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PODAL REFLEXOLOGY: A PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC APPROACH

Isabel María Fernández Medina Physiotherapy Graduate, E.U. Ciencias de Salud (Granada). Chartered physiotherapist of the Illustrious College of Physiotherapists of Andalucia ABSTRACT Today, we pay very little attention to our feet. They are the forgotten part of our body, despite being the place where a multitude of nerve endings end. The sole of the foot and the foot as a whole schematically represent the whole body and its organs. This is the principle of podal reflexology. In it, aside from the diagnostic importance it has, through the reflex effect of ...
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MUSIC AS A TOOL IN PHYSICAL THERAPY

Vivy Sayury Aquite Agudelo Physiotherapist. Columbia There are several tools that can be used in managing patients with neuromotor illnesses or other conditions in the field of ??rehabilitation. Through my vocation as a physiotherapist, I’ve found that one of the simplest but most effective tools for development in the treatment of these patients is the use of MUSIC within the framework of the usual therapy. This is clearest in children with cerebral palsy. Due to their condition and clinical signs, they specifically demonstrate the advantages that are gained when music ...
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TAI CHI AS A COMPLEMENT TO PHYSIOTHERAPY

Francisco Pelayo de los Reyes Rafael Maqueda Benítez Third Year Physiotherapy Students at Seville University Abstract Tai chi is a traditional Chinese martial art that has been practiced in China for centuries. It combines deep breathing from the diaphragm and relaxation with various key postures. These combine with one another in slow, delicate and gentle movements. It has been championed for developing mind-body interaction, hand-eye coordination and relaxation.  All this produces several benefits in the person practicing it on both a physical and psychological level ...
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