USING WHOLE BODY VIBRATION IN PHYSICAL THERAPY AND SPORT - HINMNAN M.R. - Churchill Livingstone - Terapia fisica e riabilitazion
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Using Whole Body Vibration in Physical Therapy and Sport

Using Whole Body Vibration in Physical Therapy and Sport
titolo Using Whole Body Vibration in Physical Therapy and Sport
sottotitolo Clinical Practice and Treatment Exercises
autori , ,
argomenti Medicina Terapia fisica e riabilitazione
Medicina
editore Churchill Livingstone
formato Libro
pagine 216
pubblicazione 2009
ISBN 9780702031731
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48,00 45,60 (-5%)
 
"Using Whole Body Vibration in Physical Therapy and Sport" is an innovative new manual demonstrating the application of vibration technology to the treatment of pathologies such as osteoporosis, osteopenia, stroke and different musculoskeletal disorders. It covers pathology on the upper and lower extremities as well as the whole spine. New treatment strategies are practically and logically presented with recommended exercises and accompanying instructions which can be applied using the vibration platforms. Rationale is given for selected vibration frequencies, amplitudes and modes for the duration and frequency of the exercise session. The manual is grounded in evidence underpinned by a thorough literature review (including a balanced view of both pros and cons) and clinical cases. The authors present clinical treatment parameters that are evidence-based and have supportive physiological rationale that is consistent with the nature of the pathology being treated. The text is further supported by online access to over 35 video clips demonstrating the possible treatment exercises. This must-have guide for clinicians and therapists enables use of whole body vibration as a treatment and ensures best practice throughout.
 

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Foreword by Professor Martha R. Hinman Acknowledgements Chapter 1 Introduction History Is vibration a natural stimulus? Definition Commercial devices that deliver WBV Chapter 2 Biomechanic principles of WBV The inverted pendulum and walking Simple harmonic motion (SHM) Motor control: length, stiffness and potential Stiffness Resonance Force exerted by stretched or compressed material Elastic potential energy Hill model of viscoelasticity and motor control Generation of torque and the conservation of momentum Inverse dynamics Eccentric exercise and plyometrics Tensegrity Conclusion Chapter 3 Theoretical considerations in the clinical application of WBV to sarcopenia, osteoporosis and metabolic syndrome Sarcopenia WBV and muscle function Immune function and Sarcopenia Bone Clinical affects of WBV on bone density Clinical affects of WBV on obesity and metabolic syndrome Conclusion Chapter 4 Indications and contraindications in the clinical application of WBV: immediate and long term affects and their influence on the selection of dosage Indications Contraindicators Clinical research on acute and long-term effects of WBV The influence of WBV on pain Conclusion Chapter 5 Whole body vibration: treatment with patients or athletes Preparation for Therapy Guidelines and indications using examples of exercises for specific clinical conditions Exercise proposals Strengthening exercises Chapter 6 WBV as a warm-up prior to sport - effects on flexibility Whole body vibration and the effect on flexibility: a review Conclusion Exercises proposals: stretching section Appendix: Synopsis of research into WBV Index

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