Menus of the 4 DVD set

 

Active DVD 1         Time:  1 hr 52 min

Introduction                                                             

Safe And Effective Body Mechanics

Techniques Utilizing A Belt And Collar

Safe And Effective Use Of A Belt And Collar

Trunk Techniques:

  • Moving The Body Effectively Through The Water
  • Challenging The Trunk
  • Isometric Techniques And Rhythmic Stabilization
  • Active Assisted Trunk Techniques
  • Active Resisted Trunk Techniques
  • Maintaining Stability And Position
  • Resisted Trunk Techniques Standing Near Patient’s Pelvis
  • Resisted Trunk Techniques Standing Near Patient’s Head
  • Resisted Trunk Techniques With Patient Holding Onto Fixed Points

Active Resisted Extremity Techniques:                          

  • Lower Extremity Weight Bearing In Supine
  • Lower Extremity Abduction/Adduction
  • Upper And Lower Extremity Abduction/Adduction
  • Active Lower Extremity Abduction With Passive Adduction
  • Upper Extremity Spiral Diagonal
  • Knees To Chest Combined With Upper Extremities
  • Gluteus Medius And ‘Walking’ In Supine
  • Medial/Lateral Hamstrings

 

Active DVD 2           Time:  1 hr 29 min

Techniques With A Mask And Snorkel:                            

  • Safe Use Of A Mask And Snorkel – Patient Instruction
  • Trunk And Shoulder Isometric Techniques In Prone
  • Extremity Assisted And Resisted Techniques In Prone

Patient Sitting On Therapist’s Knees:

  • Challenging Patients Appropriately
  • Trunk Extension, Flexion And Stabilization
  • Reaching Activity And Lower Extremity Weight Bearing

Sit To Stand

Gait Activities:

  • Weight Shifts Progressing To Assisted, Facilitated, And Challenged Gait

Cube Position:                                                                              

  • Metacentric Effects To Assist And Challenge
  • Turbulence To Assist And Challenge
  • Cube to Oblique With Patient’s Foot Stabilized
  • Cube To Supine And Return To Cube

Supine Techniques And Rolling For Trunk Awareness, Control And Stabilization:

  • Supine Techniques
  • Rolling Techniques

Scapular Stabilization:

  • Support At Elbows And Scapulae
  • Support At Forearms / Hands
  • Dynamic Stabilization With Movement

A Final Word From Peggy

 

Passive DVD 1         Time:  1 hr 22 min        

Introduction                                                                                   

Safe And Effective Body Mechanics

Techniques Utilizing A Belt And Collar:

  • Safe And Effective Use Of Belt And Collar
  • Trunk Techniques:

a.  Flexed Position With Support Under Knees
b.  Neutral Position With Belt At Pelvis:

– Passive Movements With Therapist Near Patient’s Pelvis
– Passive Movements With Therapist Near Patient’s Head
– Lumbar Flexion And Extension Stretches
– Thoracic Mobilization
– Quadratus Lumborum Stretch
– Rib Cage Roll

Neck And Back – Patient’s Head On Therapist’s Shoulder

  • Lateral Flexion, Flexion, Extension And Rotation
  • Manual Stretches And Soft Tissue Mobilization

Neck And Shoulder With Therapist Holding Patient’s Head

  • Cervical Traction And Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Shoulder And Latissimus Stretch

Vertical Techniques

  • Cervical Traction
  • Elongation Of Pectoral Muscles

Techniques With A Mask And Snorkel

  • Safe Use Of A Mask And Snorkel – Patient Instruction
  • Lateral Flexion For Neck And Trunk
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization In Prone
  • Movements For Neck, Trunk And Shoulders

 

Passive DVD 2         Time:  1 hr 17 min                   

Techniques From Clinical Watsu® – With Patient Supported By Therapist         

Starting Safely – Optimal Alignment & Support                              

Movements For The Trunk

  • Linear Movement
  • Lateral Trunk Flexion
  • Gentle Extension
  • Thoracic Extension
  • Gentle Flexion
  • Flexion For Trunk, Hips And Knees
  • Rotation For Trunk And Hips

Side Changes

  • Side Change – Gliding Patient Away
  • Slow Side Change
  • Side Change – Rolling

Options for Patients With Hypertonicity

  • Double Leg Side Change And Upper Extremity Stretching
  • Strong Trunk Rotation And Dissociation

Moving And Mobilizing

  • Patient’s Head On Therapist’s Shoulder
  • Cervical Rotation While Gently Swinging Patient
  • Patient’s Head On Therapist’s Shoulder While Leg Is Supported
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization And Trunk Rotation Stretches

Patient’s Arm Over Therapist’s Shoulder

  • Gentle Traction for Spine During Movement
  • Hip Extension With Dynamic Movement Through Water

Additional Positions For Stretching And Soft Tissue Mobilization

  • Patient’s Leg Folded Across Therapist
  • Patient Resting On Therapist’s Legs

Returning The Patient To The Wall

A Final Word From Peggy