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A therapeutic progression for tissue durability and injury prevention starts with passive mobility, and builds to static stability, then active mobility, and finally challenging tissue capacity with increased speed, load or challenge.
Techniques we could use to recapture diminished range of motion include:
Which technique is currently thought to create the best acute increase to passive range of motion?
Strength work should never be done before passive mobility work.
The following statements are true in relation to isometric work EXCEPT:
In Active Range of Motion (AROM) work, we want to isolate the targeted tissue as much as possible by relaxing the core and other surrounding muscles.
Most soft tissue injuries happen in eccentrically loaded positions, especially with the addition of speed.
The following statements are true in relation to eccentric work EXCEPT:
Fibroblasts are responsive to mechanical inputs.
Other than strengthening weak or dormant tissues, and releasing excessively tight tissues, a therapeutic approach for a students might involve: