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Therapeutic exercises using the Swiss ball

by Caroline Corning Creager

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Published by Executive Physical Therapy, Distributed by OPTP in Boulder, Colo, Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Exercise therapy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 14) and index.

    StatementCaroline Corning Creager ; [illustrations by Mike Berry, hand illustrations by Cathy Davenport].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM725 .C74 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 292 p. :
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1133473M
    ISBN 100964115301
    LC Control Number94094327
    OCLC/WorldCa31851860

    Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball. By Caroline Corning Creager, P.T. Executive Physical Therapy, Distributed by: OPTP, P.O. Box , Minneapolis, MN Recommended by Barbara Conable. The Swiss balls are great for freeing oneself and for working on breathing. This book shows they can also help with strengthening. Stability balls offer a fun and also known as Swiss balls, fit balls, yoga balls or physio balls. Use of strength, endurance, balance, flexi ­ bility and core stability. Stability balls are unstable, which challenges and engages core muscles while Stability balls may be used alone or in exercises using other types of.

    There are several advantages to using rubber bands and tubing for therapeutic exercises. Some of these advantages include (a and c only) They are relatively inexpensive Swiss ball activities are not more challenging than other exercises, but they do relieve the boredom of exercise for some patients. Haff GG, et al. Exercise technique for alternative modes and nontraditional implement training. In: Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning. Champaign, Ill.: Human Kinetics; Aksen-Cengizhan P, et al. A comparison between core exercises with Theraband and Swiss ball in terms of core stabilization and balance performance.

    Among all the different methods and strategies to relieve back pain, stability ball exercises shouldn’t be overlooked. It’s safe and effective for most people. Use it at home, at the gym, to stretch, or get stronger. Convenient and easy to use, the stability ball is a great tool . Though based on the concept of S. Klein-Vogelbach, Beate Carriere has added so many of her own exercises, descriptions, and explanations that we are justified in speaking about the Carriere concept of using the Swiss ball. What I appreciate in particular is her critical view and attempt to see the patient and his problems from all possible aspects.4/5(1).


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Therapeutic exercises using the Swiss ball by Caroline Corning Creager Download PDF EPUB FB2

Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball will open your mind to innovative new methods for developing strength, increasing flexibility, and improving balance and coordination.

I have been using the Swiss Ball for years and am continually amazed by the possibilities of its uses, especially in the rehabilitation of sports by: 8. Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball provides numerous clear and concise illustrations for learning these valuable exercise techniques.

We have used the Swiss Ball exercise techniques along with our Myofascial Release Approach and found it to be extremely helpful with our patients. -John Barnes, P.T/5(17). There are hundreds of exercises in this book, everything from beginner to advanced.

There is a section with a series of exercises combining the swiss ball and a resistive band; also a section of hand exercises using a small (high-bounce) ball (a very effective tool for exercising the hand)/5.

Get this from a library. Therapeutic exercises using the Swiss ball. [Caroline Corning Creager]. Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball A practical how-to manual with over illustrated exercises including: balance stretching supine bridging prone sidelying standing and sitting.

Exercises are one per page with space provided to write instructions and can. Exercise pages may be photocopied for patient/client use. Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball is one of the most popular Swiss Ball books available today.

This book provides the reader with more than illustrated exercises, designed to be photocopied for patient use, or utilized as a reference manual.

Exercises are presented one per. Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball by Caroline Corning Creager,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. You can do many core-strength exercises with a fitness ball.

In general, use a fitness ball sized so that your knees are at a right angle when you sit on the ball with your feet flat on the floor. Do each core-strength exercise five times and maintain good form and technique. As you get stronger, gradually increase to 12 to 15 repetitions.

Before attempting any exercises on the ball, it is very important that you are able to find neutral spine in the following positions: Supine on the floor: Lie on mat with knees bent, feet flat on the floor. Tighten the lower abdominals and pelvic floor muscles.

Your back should in. of results for "swiss ball book" Exercise Balls For Dummies. by LaReine Chabut | May 6, out of 5 stars Paperback Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball. by Caroline Corning Creager, Caryl Riedel, et al.

| Jun 1, out of 5 stars DVD: Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball The focus of this course is to break away from traditional therapies and explore new strengthening, stretching, balance, and cardiovascular methods using the Swiss Ball. This course will also teach you how t. Swiss ball exercises work on a deep core muscle, the transverse abdominis.

The benefits of adding Swiss ball exercises to your workout routine are that they help you build a strong core and get flat abs (or belly), improve balance, and reduce back and neck pain.

Here are 30 Swiss ball exercises you can try out. Caroline is the author of Therapeutic Exercises Using the Swiss Ball, Therapeutic Exercises Using Resistive Bands, The Airobic Ball Strengthening Workout, and The Airobic Ball Stretching Workout. Product details. Paperback: pages; Publisher: Executive Physical Therapy Inc (August 1, )Reviews: 8.

Swiss Ball activities add diversification to treatment regimens and are enjoyed by all ages and patient populations. The following patient populations have been successfully treated with the Swiss Ball: pediatric, post-partum, geriatric, orthopedic, neurologic, cardiac, chronic pain, and sports medicine.

Extension Exercises. Lumbar extension - Place lower chest/stomach area over the exercise ball with legs straight, spread apart for stability and feet flexed up on toes (or with legs together and feet against a wall); rest hands on side of the ball, but do not use arms to push up; slowly lift head and chest off the ball as far as is comfortable, squeezing shoulder blades while lifting; return.

GalSports Exercise Ball (45cmcm), Anti-Burst Yoga Ball Chair with Quick Pump, Stability Fitness Ball for Birthing & Core Strength Training & Physical Therapy out of 5 stars $ $ Are there contraindications in the use of swiss balls in theraputic exercises.

-an individual who has a fear of falling off the ball, and cant be reassured -increased pain. "Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present an Exercise Ball Workout for Back Pain using a Swiss, Stability, or PhysioBall.

Make sure to. Main exercises were performed for 20 minutes. The patient put both hands on their head, lay on a Swiss ball on the opposite side of the superior convex side, and twisted their trunk toward the opposite side. Next, they sat on a ball, put their hands on their pelvis, placed both feet on the ground, and bounced using the elasticity of the ball.

An exercise ball, also known as a yoga ball, balance ball, or stability ball, is a great tool that many people love using for at-home exercises.

Before doing any exercises with an exercise ball, make sure that you have found the right size for your body to ensure safety and effectiveness.

The Swiss ball, or exercise ball, is one of the most versatile training and rehabilitation tools available. With over exercise options, this guide will help individuals and patients increase strength, flexibility, balance and coordination.

Healthcare professionals can easily create a custom home exercise plan using. Pediatric Core Strengthening Exercises Using a Therapy Ball in Sitting. Try some core exercises for kids in sitting: Twist and Drop: Put a pile of objects (i.e. small stuffed animals, bean bags, etc) on the floor on the left side of the the therapy ball.

Sit on a therapy ball. Put a basket on the right side of the therapy ball.The Swiss ball or therapy ball is a great way to work your core muscle and gain good trunk stability. It doesn't take much to get a good workout on one of these! Make sure you are holding your abdominal muscles in or contracting them while you are exercising, or you might fall off the ball.

Sitting on it with good posture is a workout in itself.