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www.synergistic-movement.com

Home page for Synergistic Movement. Has navigation to information about Fascial Stretch Therapy, Lokte Method, Muscle Activation Techniques and Cupping. These services can help treat individuals with mobility restrictions, acute injuries, injury rehabilitation, and just overall increasing general he

www.flintrehab.com/2018/synergistic-movement-stroke

Synergistic movement happens when you try to make one movement on your affected side, and you end up making multiple movements. For example, trying to move your affected arm might result in hand and shoulder movements too. While movement is a great sign during stroke recovery, synergistic movement is less than ideal. ...

mycerebellarstrokerecovery.com/2014/01/01/synergistic-movement

Home › Brain stuff › Synergistic Movement. Synergistic Movement By Amy on January 1, 2014 • ( 1). That stats year round up thing said that my most popular post was the one on synergistic movement.That’s interesting. I wrote that a long time ago when I still thought I knew something about recovering from a stroke so I thought I should write about it again.

medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/synergistic+muscles

7) In support of this principle, there is an extensive body of work demonstrating that significant amounts of force are transmitted amongst multiple antagonist and synergistic muscle groups across joint capsules through various sections of extra- and intramuscular fascia.

www.prehabexercises.com/synergistic-training-how-to-improve-mobility-stability...

• Synergistic Training prevents imbalances (strength, energetic, postural), which leads to improved movement. • Synergistic Training is an evolution of the premise behind Cross-Training, which sought to create better performance in one modality, such as a specific sport, by using a variety of training modes to improve the body’s total ...

www.saebo.com/the-stages-of-stroke-recovery

The Brunnstrom Stages of Stroke Recovery. Saebo Saturday, June 9th, 2018. Contractures Evidence-Based Treatment Frozen Shoulder Hand and Arm Legs and Mobility Neuroplasticity Occupational Therapist Info Physical Therapist Info Rehabilitation Nursing Spasticity strengthening Stroke Statistics Therapist Advice Weakness

medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/synergy+patterns

synergy patterns Primitive movements that dominate reflex and voluntary effort when spasticity is present following a cerebrovascular accident. They interfere with coordinated voluntary movements such as eating, dressing, and walking. Flexion synergy patterns include scapular retraction, shoulder abduction and external rotation, elbow flexion, forearm ...

www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-synergist-muscle.htm

A synergist muscle is a muscle which works in concert with another muscle to generate movement. These muscles can work with the so-called agonists or prime movers which surround a joint, or the antagonistic muscles, which move in the opposite direction.For many common movements, from turning the head to pointing the toes, a synergist muscle or group of muscles is required.

www.medscape.com/viewarticle/769564

August 22, 2012 — Researchers have described patterns of muscle synergies — groups of muscles that act as single units — in stroke patients that could become physiologic markers of impaired ...

www.reference.com/science/examples-synergist-muscles-9a6f3b37fd8b577e

Synergistic muscles are muscles that have a similar and mutually helpful function or action. Mosby's medical dictionary defines synergistic muscles as groups of muscles that contract together to accomplish the same body movement.