Yoga and OMPT or … When the Students Become the Teachers

Posted by NAIOMT on Aug 1, 2016 6:57:19 PM

One main goal in physical therapy is to help keep people moving for the purpose of health and being able to participate in a full life. One way that people are able to accomplish this goal is through yoga. It incorporates movement and strengthen and balance.

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Topics: movement screen, pain, yoga, Faculty, ompt

Abstract of The Week: Effect of Velocity of Joint Mobilization on Corticospinal Excitability in Individuals with History of Ankle Sprain

Posted by NAIOMT on Jul 12, 2016 6:41:10 AM

How does orthopaedic manual physical therapy work? The available evidence strongly suggests that it is by a neurophysiologic affect. (1) The differences of effect between mobilization and manipulation techniques have not been consistent, or clear. The specific neurophysiologic mechanism and where it is occurring is also not well understood.

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Topics: Abstract of the Week, Knee-Foot-Ankle, cortico-spinal motor tracts, corticospinal activity, ompt, Uncategorized

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