This book shows bodywork professionals who may be experiencing symptoms of fatigue, stress, or overuse, how to heal themselves and prevent injuries from recurring. It teaches healthy bodyworkers how to stay that way, and to help clients who suffer from repetitive motion injuries. Chapter topics include principles of physicsamoving and static objects, weight and pressure; eastern influences on body mechanics; unpatterning; repetitive motion and other common injuries; taking care of yourselfaphysiologically and psychologically; and adaptations for special populations/conditions. For all licensed massage therapists, neuropaths, chiropractors and chiropractic assistants, acupuncturists, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants, certified nursing assistants, and expressive art therapists.Inchworm Exercise 8.6. Toe Open and Close The purpose of this exercise is to stretch and strengthen the toe muscles. It may help your toe ... Extend your toes and, at the same time, spread them apart as far as you can make them go. Hold thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Body Mechanics and Self-care Manual|
|Author||:||Marian Wolfe Dixon|
|Publisher||:||Pearson - 2001|