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Hand rehabilitation training

Wrist rehabilitation training Wrist training methods The carpal joint includes the distal radial joint, the carpal joint and the intercarpal joint are biaxial joints, and its physiological function can be used for flexion and extension of the frontal axis and radial, ulnar flexion and rotation of the sagittal axis. (1) Passive or active exercise: Rehabilitation therapists fix the distal forearm near the wrist joint with the upper hand, hold the distal finger of the wrist joint with the lower hand, and perform [...]

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Methods of upper limb rehabilitation training

upper limb rehabilitation training First, the shoulder joint movement training method. 1. Shoulder joint flexion and extension training (1) Passive movement: the patient lies on his/her back with his/her arms placed naturally on the side of his/her body. The rehabilitation therapist stands on the side of the affected limb, holding the elbow below and the wrist above. If the affected arm is moved to the head in front of the body within the possible range of joint movement, it will be flexion, [...]

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How to do lumbar traction

How to do lumbar traction Traction therapy is the application of external force on a part of the body or joint to apply pulling force, so that it occurs a certain separation, the surrounding soft tissue get appropriate drafting, so as to achieve the therapeutic purpose of a method.Spinal traction therapy usually refers to the use of external forces to pull the lumbar spine – pelvis for the purpose of treatment, which is called lumbar traction.   The general use of supine [...]

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cervical traction method

cervical traction method: traction is to use the principle of force and reaction force, through the manipulation of instruments or electric devices to produce external forces on the human spine or limb joints, so as to make certain tissues to separate the soft tissue around the joints and get appropriate stretch, so as to achieve the purpose of treatment. (1) Traction Angle: Generally speaking, the neck is inclined forward and forward about 10°-30° from the longitudinal axis of the trunk [...]

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Common principles of rehabilitation therapy

Common principles of rehabilitation therapy 1. The principle of being different from person to person is to make rehabilitation treatment goals and plans according to the characteristics of each patient’s dysfunction, disease condition, rehabilitation needs, etc., and timely adjust the plans according to the treatment progress and function.The reasons for the emphasis on individuality are as follows: (1) Difference in condition and target: if the condition is serious, the intensity of rehabilitation treatment should be low, and monitoring should be strengthened [...]

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Evaluation of freehand muscle strength after rehabilitation

muscle strength after rehabilitation,Evaluation of freehand muscle strength 1. Define the method by which the client completes the standard movements in a specific position according to the instructions of the examiner. The client evaluates the maximum autonomic contractility of the measured muscles or muscle groups by touching the abdominal muscles, observing the client to complete the movements and the ability of the muscles to resist the body gravity and the resistance exerted by the examiner. 2. Indications and contraindications (1) Indications: weakness [...]

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knowledge on the use of rehabilitation equipment standing frame

standing rehabilitation frame is a device that trains a patient to stand. It is a rehabilitation device that immobilizes a user who is unable to stand. Applicable population: It is suitable for people with standing dysfunction such as paraplegia and hemiplegia to carry out compulsory standing and upright training. The patient is transformed from sitting to standing with the help of others. The patient is placed in the predetermined position of human body space on the standing frame. The human body is [...]

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How to use the rehabilitation equipment

What is rehabilitation training equipment and how to use it?Who needs rehabilitation equipment?   Rehabilitation training is the basic means and main content of rehabilitation medical treatment, it is aimed at various reasons (such as hemiplegia, paraplegia, cerebral palsy, amputation, etc.) caused by the body dysfunction, the use of exercise therapy and work therapy, so that the patient’s residual function to a greater extent of recovery, and to return to the society in a better state.   When carrying out rehabilitation training, the [...]

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Shoulder rehabilitation training equipment

Shoulder rehabilitation equipment includes: Vibrating paddles can be used for low-intensity exercise to fully enhance joint function and muscle strength.As part of your rehabilitation exercise, this shoulder rehabilitation device can be used for different abilities, strengthening the stabbing position of the trunk and the entire shoulder complex, restoring the throwing sequence of full movement, and shoulder and back extensions to improve stretching. Rotator, good internal and external rotation is essential to restore shoulder function.Factors such as injuries, or a sedentary lifestyle, [...]

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Why should rehabilitation equipment be used properly

Rational use of rehabilitation equipment: 1, through the correct mode of muscle movement, to achieve the purpose of the nerve. 2. Exercise can stretch and compress muscles and increase the pressure of meridians’ reflux. 3. Increase the range of motion of joints.Let the limbs become more and more soft. 4. Maintain or restore walking ability, and enhance limb coordination ability. 5. Blood circulation and intestinal peristalsis can prevent the formation of deep thrombosis and urinary tract. 6. Improve hands and feet, enhance muscle strength and [...]

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