exercises for post-traumatic correction and rehabilitation of gait. very advanced stage – set 4

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The set consists of 16 exercises, the total duration of the set is 47:09 min

REQUIRED ACCESSORIES: a wall, a gymnastic mat, a gymnastic step, bars or handrail

Important! Pay attention to proper breathing during exercises. Remember: first inhale through the nose, and then while exhaling through the mouth, perform movement related to load, effort or stretch.

All exercises are divided into stages (sets). Each stage includes the main rehabilitation components of the complex process of gait recovery after various injuries, mainly: pelvic and pelvic girdle injuries, lower extremity injuries and spinal injuries.

At each stage exercises are aimed at: stretching and strengthening muscles, improving joint movement and increasing the range of joint movement, improving balance and stability, and proper balance when walking.

The rehabilitation set should be generated and designed taking into account and depending on the severity of an injury, post-traumatic period, a patient’s physical and psychological condition. Considering the multifactorial nature of the problem, it is strongly recommended before starting the recovery process (as well as, during the entire process), to consult with a physiotherapist or a rehabilitation physician, to select the correct set of exercises in accordance with a patient’s capabilities and health condition.

This section will describe the exercises in 4 stages – elementary, intermediate, advanced and very advanced – for athletes, respectively, according to the intensity and progress in the recovery process.

Additional Info

Gait disorders are a common consequence of past injuries of the spine, spinal cord, and extremities. Injuries such as compression fractures of the vertebrae, destabilization of the spine, damage to the ligaments and joints of the lower extremities inevitably lead to compensatory changes, the rehabilitation of which sometimes takes a long time. In this article, we will discuss the causes that lead to gait disorders and how to correct them. [Explore More]

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