Tuesday, 22 July 2014

NEMEX-TJR neuromuscular training program



Neuromuscular training seems to gain ground in the therapeutic interventions for almost all the musculoskeletal disorders. It gradually becomes clear to everyone that the neuromuscular adaptations are much more profound and important for our body and its effort to heal itself. Recently, one more study showed the immediate efficacy of neuromuscular exercise in patients with severe osteoarthritis of the hip or knee - See more at Physiospot.

A very nice guideline for the NEMEX-TJR training program presented in this study can be found here.

3 comments:

  1. Would these exercises be helpful for my cousin who has multiple sclerosis? He has been having a lot of trouble keeping his strength from day to day, and I really want to find something simple that he can do to keep his muscles active. Neuromuscular disorders can be very hard to deal with, and I hope that they discover a cure for MS someday. http://www.whitneyoakscarecenter.com/

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  2. I want to go into physical therapy. Right now I'm doing my undergrad in exercise science, and then I want to do the physical therapy program. I think it would be really fun to work with people, and their muscles. I think it's fascinating. http://www.komanorthopedics.com

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  3. Wow!! This is a superb post!! Usually I follow fitness videos for my regular exercise. The trainers are highly professional. They teach easy to follow steps. You have also described these steps wonderfully. I am impressed dear!!

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