“هیجان انگیز است که قادر به جمع آوری بسیاری از استراتژی ها و تکنیک هایی باشیم که در توانایی من برای کمک به مردم ایجاد شده است. مردم باید بدانند که بدن یک واحد واحد است و راه های دیگری وجود دارد.” ~ آدم گرگ، PT، LMT، FAFS
در این کتاب عملی، کتاب آدام ولف تجربیات خود را در صنایع پزشکی و صنایع ورزشی را به یک مقدمه قابل هضم و آسان برای درک جنبش انسانی انسان در حالی که ارایه راهبردهای ارزیابی و پیشرفت در طول راه می پردازد، تلفیق می کند.
این که آیا شما یک پزشکی ورزشی یا متخصص توانبخشی فیزیکی، یک تمرین اصلاح یا تمرین جنبش حرکتی، و یا فقط علاقه مندان به حرکت است، این کتاب برای شما مناسب است.
Ch. 1: The Interconnectedness of the Body
Ch. 2: Movement & Fascial Connections
Ch. 3: 3-Dimensional Movement Defined
Ch. 4: Motor Control Theories and Their Importance in 3D Movement
Ch. 5: Integration of Fascia & Nervous System
Ch. 6: Injury
Ch. 7: Composition of Tissue & Scars
Part II: Clinical Considerations
Ch. 8: Clinical Considerations for the Lower Extremity
Ch. 9: Clinical Considerations for the Thoracic Spine & Upper Extremity
Ch. 10: Exercise Library
Ch. 11: Conclusion
“It’s exciting to be able to put together many of the strategies and techniques that have made a huge difference in my ability to help people. People need to know that the body is an integrated unit, and that there are other ways.” ~Adam Wolf, PT, LMT, FAFS
In this practical, hands-on book, Adam Wolf synthesizes his experiences in both the sports medicine and movement industries into a digestible and easy to understand introduction to integrated human movement while providing assessment and progression strategies along the way.
Whether you’re a sports medicine or physical rehab professional, a corrective exercise or functional movement trainer, or just a movement enthusiast, this book is for you.
“Most times we aren’t affecting structure when performing bodywork or movement modalities, we are affecting the nervous system and the bodies ability to connect with it appropriately.”
Most resources teach through one lens, and there is a lack of unity or inclusion of multiple approaches to treatment. This book provides strategies to include multiple approaches for best practice.
REAL MOVEMENT is the first book to define true, integrated human motion, within the context of the latest motor control theory and apply it to real life patterns of movement.
The reader will gain an understanding that the site of injury typically isn’t the cause of the injury and is often the result of something doing too much because something above or below isn’t doing enough. With this in mind, the reader will explore specific ways to address these issues region-by-region.
Too often we look at the body from a systems driven perspective where things exist in isolation. Therefore, it becomes easy to look at the who’s, what’s, when’s & where’s. But the question WHY
doesn’t get answered. This book provides perspective on where to look to find out why.
Throughout this book, Adam dives into understanding the inter-connectedness of the body, within a framework where bones move, joints feel or perceive motion, and myofascia reacts to control the movement, all while being governed by the nervous system.
REAL MOVEMENT’s in-depth discussions include:
- Qualities of integrated movement
- Naming 3-D joint motion
- Introduction to motor control theories
- Current research on fascia and its influence on movement
- Clinical considerations of the Lower Extremities
- Clinical considerations of the Upper Extremities
- Clinical considerations of the Thorax
- Additional resources and readings lists at the end of each chapter
- Detailed, accessible and easy to understand Exercise/Movement Library describing specific movements, exercises, progressions and regressions
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“There are too many people that aren’t getting as many results as they could, which leads to clinician and client frustration. The ability to have numerous approaches to work with someone, and understanding when the work is isolated vs integrated allows so many more options of movement and ways to make lasting changes.”
~Adam Wolf, PT, LMT, FAFS