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Reproduced with permission from Platzer et al (2000) 372 Naturopathic Physical Medicine Figure 9 cheap urispas 200 mg. Redrawn from an image kindly provided by Paul Chek colonic stretch receptors) in the latter order 200mg urispas amex. Additionally, sympathetic dominance towards parasympathetic the full squat assists decompression of the lumbar dominance by nightfall. This process is commonly discussed The full quadruped position is rarely used by adults, in terms of scar tissue formation (Croft 1995) and the though by babies it is commonly used as a sleeping laying down of a functional scar with collagen deposi- position. This is why it is more colloquially known tion along the lines of stress (Lederman 1997). Tetley (2000) observes that this tive and archetypal rest postures would aid in tissue posture is commonly utilized by Tibetan caravaneers healing through this mechanism. Additionally, an as a sleep posture – meaning that only bone is in increase in static pressure on muscles tends to lower contact with the ground – all signiﬁcant muscle mass arterial blood pressure (Schleip 2003a). It is also an excel- archetypal postures results in compression through lent position for assessment and for treatment of weight-bearing on different tissues, thereby distribut- various joint pathologies as described by Shirley Sahr- ing the therapeutic effect across multiple muscle mann (2002), so is therefore worthy of mention. This, of course, would be exactly ing prone with the neck fully rotated in one direction what one would want after a hunt, after a ﬁght, after may support removal of waste metabolites from the being chased – and, most importantly, when resting. Such inhibition of sympathetic activity would also Schleip (2003b) explains that static stretching is likely make these postures ideal positions to eat in and to to inhibit capillary blood ﬂow in the targeted tissues, encourage the body to make its diurnal switch from which, he suggests, may inhibit tissue repair. However, Chapter 9 • Rehabilitation and Re-education (Movement) Approaches 373 Table 9. Compresses (tangential force) Myofascial trigger points/hamstrings/soleus/gastrocnemius/ pre- + postpatella bursae Decompresses Posterior annulus/posterior ligamentous/prostate/genitalia Works Lumbar erectors/obliques Base of support Toes + knees Continued 374 Naturopathic Physical Medicine Table 9. Stretches Ipsilateral internal rotators, quadratus lumborum, lumbar factors/contralateral external rotators/dorsiﬂexors Compresses (tangential force) Ipsilateral gluteus maximus/contralateral lateral annulus + facet Decompresses Ipsilateral lateral aspect of annulus + facet Works Contralateral quadratus lumborum and obliques Base of support Ipsilateral shin/foot/hand – thorn in foot, tetrapod vs biped loading Indian sit Feature: Stretches adductors (facilitated)/aerial/ability to Prayer/meditation: remove thorns ± tend to soles Hindu/Buddhist Stretches Adductors/internal rotators, including piriformis/upper hamstrings/anterior hip capsule Compresses (tangential force) Ischial tuberosities/prostate Decompresses Knee/lateral subtalar joint Works Lumbar erectors/(? Alfredson & Ohberg ischemic environment within the tendon, explaining (2002) suggest that this may be due to a process of the dramatic success of their eccentric training proto- neovascularization and they have demonstrated that col for presurgical cases of Achilles tendinopathy. Chapter 9 • Rehabilitation and Re-education (Movement) Approaches 375 Therefore, far from Schleip’s (2003b) suggestion that what towards ﬂexion and therefore a reduction inhibition of capillary blood ﬂow may be counterpro- of lordotic curve may have provided optimal ductive to healing, it may in fact facilitate healing or rebalancing.
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