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Therex week 1

Fundamental concepts

What is a maladaptive response can be caused by excessive force causing degeneration, degradation, or deformity
types of therex aerobic, strength, stretching, neuromuscular, postural control, balance, agility, breathing, relaxation, tasks/functional
patient variables health history, medication, risk factors, medical clearance, proper execution of exercise protocols, informed of risks, proper instruction
patient management pathology; ability to generate tension; joint and motion deficits; tissue healing stage; age; overall fitness level; mental status
discrete tasks action or movement with recognizable beginning and end
serial tasks series of discrete movements that are combined in a particular sequence
continuous tasks repetitive, uninterrupted movements that have no distinct beginning or end
closed environment objects around the patient and the surface on which the task is performed do not move
open environment objects or other people are in motion or the support surface is unstable during the task
cognitive stage patient must learn the goal or purpose and the requirements of the exercise or functional task
associative stage beginning to learn the skilled movement
autonomous stage movement becomes automatic
Created by: bsa8581