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Three-dimensional treatment for scoliosis : physiotherapeutic method for deformities of the spine

Author: Christa Lehnert-Schroth
Publisher: Palo Alto, CA : Martindale Press, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed. in EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Three-dimensional scoliosis therapy has for decades played an established role in the conservative management of mild and even of severe scoliosis. As well as describing every aspect of the pathologically curved, deformed spine, this textbook incorporates an extensive programme of exercises that can be tailored specifically to the needs of the individual patient. As outlined in Three-dimensional scoliosis therapy:  Read more...
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Lehnert-Schroth, Christa.
Three-dimensional treatment for scoliosis.
Palo Alto, CA : The Martindale Press, ©2007
(OCoLC)665183667
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christa Lehnert-Schroth
ISBN: 9780914959021 0914959026
OCLC Number: 325222943
Description: x, 278 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Part A. Theoretical basis of the Schroth method. I. Division of the trunk (including shoulders and neck) into three segments --
II. Symmetrical postural deviation in the sagittal plane --
III. Pastural deviation in the frontal plane --
IV. The three torsions of the trunk in scoliosis --
V. Breathing as a formative factor --
VI. The scoliotic breathing pattern --
VII. Increase in cardiopulmonary capacity during three-dimentional treatment --
VIII. Effect of sun and air --
IX. Evaluation of spinal length loss in scoliosis in relation to vital capacity --
Part B. Evidence-based theory. I. Influencing the scoliotic wedges with the aim of restoring rectangular blocks --
II. Appropriate starting positions and orthopaedic aids for trunk derotation exercises (three-curve scoliosis) --
III. The scoliotically changed locomotor system --
IV. Summary of physical corrections using the Schroth method for three-curve scoliosis --
V. Theoretical reflections on four-curve scoliosis (with a lumbosacral curvature) and its correction --
VI. Summary of physical corrections using the Schroth method for four-curve scoliosis --
VII. Feet and legs --
VIII. Summary of theoretical cinsiderations --
IX. Objectives of Schroth treatment --
X. Learning to observe in the Schroth manner --
Part C. Exercise instructions. I. Breathing exercises --
II. Exercise at wall bars --
III. Exercise using chair and table --
IV. Floor exercises --
V. Neck exercises --
VI. Exercises with a resistance band --
VII. Exercises to correct lumbosacral curvature & scoliotic pelvis (4th curve) --
VIII. Problems in the treatment of scoliosis --
IX. Therapeutic aids for correction --
Part D. Documentation. I. X-ray monitoring and photographs --
II. Statistical evaluation of treatment results --
Part E. General information. I. In-patient treatment in the Katharina Schroth-Klinik in Bad Sobernheim --
II. Orthopaedically-orientated daily life --
III. Indications and contraindications.
Other Titles: 3 dimensional treatment for scoliosis
Responsibility: Christa Lehnert-Schroth.

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"Three-dimensional scoliosis therapy has for decades played an established role in the conservative management of mild and even of severe scoliosis. As well as describing every aspect of the pathologically curved, deformed spine, this textbook incorporates an extensive programme of exercises that can be tailored specifically to the needs of the individual patient. As outlined in Three-dimensional scoliosis therapy: the schroth breathing orthopaedic system, correction of the spinal deformity is based on a special breathing technique and active muscle stretching, as well as on elongation, detorsion and reduction of lordosis. The provision of psychological support for the patient is also emphasised as a key element. Christa Lehnert-Schroth ... worked as a physiotherapist for about 50 years with scoliosis patients and further developed her mother's breathing orthopaedic technique with great success. Between 1961 and 1995 Christa Lehnert-Schroth - always surrounded by physicians - was director of the private Katharina-Schroth-Klinik in Bad Sobernheim/Germany. In many lectures, articles, seminars and films for physiotherapists and medical doctors in addition to recorded discs for patient's training at home she illustrated her mother's special method for scoliosis assuring well being of many patients and in honor of her mother's legacy.

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