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PNF techniques


SR- slow reversal Muscle Imbalance, limited ROM Increase ROM, increase controlled movement
SRH- slow, reversal, hold Lack of motor control increase strength, stability, controlled movement
RC- relax, contract Muscle weakness Increase strength
TE- timing for emphasis Weakness within the ROM Increase strength with in the ROM
AR- antagonist reversals Muscle weakness around a joint
RI- Rhythmic intitation Decreased ROM, hypertonia
HRAM- hold, relax, active motion Hypertonia, decreased movement in one direction
HR- Hold, relax Muscle tightness on one side of the joint
CR- contract, relax Decreased ROM on one side of the joint
RS- rhythmic stabilization Decreased ROM due to splinting of a joint
RR- reverse, relax Hypertonia with no active movement
RP- Resisted progression Lack of muscle strength and endurance
Created by: trainer trish