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A low-tech training load monitoring excel spreadsheet based on long-term research into the effects of training load on performance and injury, with charts to track training load. Modifiable to a small extent. RSS Feed. Home Book Courses Functional exercise for the overhead athlete.
The role of trunk stability in landing mechanics. You can't win if you fail. If you want to succeed, you must first be present at the end of the race to fight it out. Falling by the wayside at any time before the end of the race automatically renders you unable to be in the fight to win. Simple concepts. Except in physical therapy, because "what does winning look like in physical therapy?
Slight risk would be where risk factors are non-modifiable and must be managed. The patient is appropriately referred for ongoing support in their physical pursuits with a follow-up appointment at an appropriate short- or medium-term interval to re-evaluate their function.
Now, any of the above are possible, and there is a bell-curve of likelihood about what physical therapists will do. The upper shoulder of the bell-curve is number 4.
The lower shoulder of the bell-curve of winning is number 3. The outlier is number 5, but it should not be such an outlier. One problem with not rising above mediocrity, or deciding that a patient "regressing to the mean" is satisfactory, is that there is rarely considered a fail in physical therapy. The PT always has an out. It's not the PT's fault if a patient "fails". There's little to no consequence except the sting of discontent In football, the fear of failure drives excellence. The signature of failure in football is that the opposition scores more goals than you.
The signature of not winning and not failing is a draw. A point is awarded and you advance for another attempt at winning. To win a game, first don't let them score. To win a game, second, you score. To lose a game, let failure occur. The concept is simple - be present long enough to score more than your opposition and don't let them do something to fail you.
If you fail to recognise signatures of potential failure, are there any ramifications that effect the way you work? Why not? You might think you do well. Maybe you do. What does "doing well" mean? Because here's a thought, maybe you are good at regional treatment and rehab. Hustle to not fail. It's what me and my colleagues do - we professionally mentor you. Argumentou-se que o controle motor pode ser o fator limitante no desempenho esportivo de corrida e salto. Se esse for o caso, somos levados a perguntar se podemos avaliar sistematicamente para revelar barreiras ao desempenho eficiente.
Nesta primeira das quatro partes, analisamos Jenny: Jenny sente dor na triagem da mobilidade do tornozelo. Ela tem amplitude de movimento completa, mas dor no intervalo final. Vamos olhar para a nossa primeira pergunta. Vamos revisitar nossa primeira pergunta. Cook, citado em Cook, , p. Isso pode ser amplificado em um salto?
Isso poderia afetar seu salto vertical? Greg Dea Fisioterapeuta de esportes de desempenho. Are there any research studies done using the SFMA model? The SFMA is an assessment. To arrive at a list of movements that hurt, or are demonstrating limited movement as measured by clinical observation, then measured by goniometer, or movements that clear minimum range of motion passively but that are not able to be done passively.
So the research question would be what? Does the SFMA reveal movements that hurt? Does the SFMA reveal movements that are limited? Does the SFMA reveal movements that are not limited passively but that are limited actively? Often, the question that is asked is, is there any research that shows the SFMA works? Which is a misunderstanding. The SFMA is not a treatment. The intervention follows the assessment which tells you if something hurts - then you use clinical reasoning and further evaluation local biomechanical testing to understand more about the painful movement.
The intervention follows the assessment which tells you if something is limited - then you use clinical reasoning and further evaluation local biomechanical testing to understand what is limiting the movement - is it tissue or joint? In which direction are the accessory motions limited? And further, the intervention follows the assessment which tells you if something has above minimum mobility passively not the person can not demonstrate it actively ie a motor control problem , which requires further evaluation of the motor control dysfunction, which starts with rolling.
Here is a publication that discusses the use of the SFMA to guide treatment of an athlete with low back pain: 1. Goshtigian, G. Int J Sports Phys Ther, 11 4 , It is not. It is an assessment.
Another question is - is the assessment reliable? There are two studies on this. Glaws, K. Intra- and inter-rater reliability of the selective functional movement assessment sfma. Int J Sports Phys Ther, 9 2 , Dolbeer, J.
Int J Sports Phys Ther, 12 5 , Another question is - is the assessment valid? The answer is that it is not a single assessment - it is a battery that contains, within it, tests that are widely used with their own protocols to ensure maximum reliability. For example, the Modified Thomas Test is reliable and valid if the tester sets up the flexed hip to the right range too much hip flexion rotates the pelvis posteriorly and gives a potentially false positive for hip extension mobility dysfunction.
For example, the PSLR is a widely used test to reveal whether hip flexion is at least 80 degrees, as per minimal mobility standards, before the opposite hip moves. Busch, A. Int J Sports Phys Ther, 12 6 , So, the SFMA is a model, using batteries of evaluations, to provide a diagnoses of movement patterns that are functional as defined by the criteria, dysfunctional, painful or not.
Thus, it is a model to diagnose. Which leads us to further evaluation, which is what the SFMA does. IF the research question is whether the diagnosis of mobility dysfunction is correct, we only have to look at whether an inclinometer, goniometer, or clinical observation using strict criteria is reliable and valid, and that research is done independently of anything related to SFMA - which is why we borrow what is already acceptable.
Research would say that there is some reliability between raters for clinical observation such as Craigs test and clinical use of goniometers and clinical use of inclinometers. IF there is breath holding, it is not easy and it is thus not controlled since a high-threshold strategy for that movement of a body part is considered inappropriate.
Since it is not an intervention, research about effect of intervention is not applicable. It is not a MET course, or visceral manipulation course, or craniosacral or biodynamics course. But it does put the clinician into the space to apply whichever intervention they are trained in, trust through research-guided understanding, and clinical experience.
What the level 2 does introduce, is cueing, feedback and motor control training - of which there is a very large body of research to support such training. From my article, Bulletproofing the volleyball knee. Big Bang for buck strategies force us to go for biggest risk reducers, like being warm, moving within a tolerance range and being robust enough to handle all sorts of challenges.
It doesn't matter what I used to say, but I used to say that the only people interested in injury prevention - I mean passionately and seriously interested in injury prevention - were physiotherapists who had discovered it might be possible, and researchers whose current and future livelihood hung on the possibility that they might be invited to do something and be paid to do something about injury prevention. That number is very small. So, that leaves everybody else.
Everyone who is rightfully interested in what athletes, sporting and tactical, are really interested in - getting the job done, getting the win, or at the very least and the very most ideally staying in the game for the pure enjoyment of having fun and being competitive.
So, when we focus on preventing something that a probably can't be done, and b if it can be done, is hard to know if it was related to what we did or not, then we are on a hiding to nothing. If that is injury prevention, then we've named it wrong. It should be called Burn the bridges and train properly. Rehab properly.
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