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One of the roles of fascia is to keep the organization of our body. In cerebral palsy, this property is lost impending the movements to happen independently.
How many times do you ask your child to lift his head up, or to sit up straight?
Those words are commonly said to individuals with Cerebral Palsy. Their parents, their teachers, their therapists, the team around them is constantly reminding them how they should be sitti...
This video from Georgia Victor - Estudo dinâmico da coluna vertebral - published in YouTube, shows a tensegrity model of the spine.
What lessons can we learn from it?
1. The vertebrae are floating, held by tensile structures (this is what tensegrity is!)
2. The spin...
Mariana Barreto (notes from Stecco's presentation)
Understanding the role of the fascial system in the activation of the proprioceptors.
The "push" from the organs is essential for the development of the pelvis.
The proper development of the pelvis in cerebral palsy is essential to gain control in sitting and to prevent hip subluxation
Collagen remodeling under mechanical stimulation
If the fascia is not supporting the body parts as it should, training trunk control is always a challenge. WeFlow targets the fascia to strengthen it and to gain more support in sitting and better trunk control.
This is a wonderful video that explains in depth how complex the fascial system is, its roles, its properties and how it behaves.
"Strolling under the skin" is based on the work of Dr. Jean-Claude Guimberteau. A must watch if we want to understand the powerful impact we...
Due to a brain damage, the fascial system loses its tension and collapses. The whole structure is now wobbly and the body parts get misplaced.
There is a chaotic situation in the muscular-skeletal system. The organization of the different compartments is lost and the...
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