Proprioception Exercises For Ankle, Physiotherapy Balance Training, Proprioceptive Exercises
Proprioceptive and balance training :
Proprioceptive Exercises are those that work on developing proprioceptive receptors that has to do with balance and stability training. Proprioception aids in the stability of a joint during both static and dynamic functional tasks. Reduced proprioception can lead to injury. For clients who arrive with symptoms of reduced proprioception, physiotherapists of TheraCure clinic conduct an examination and prescribe a proprioception rehabilitation program. Injury or immobility can impair proprioception and hence it is important to address this often neglected aspect of rehab during treatment planning.
The following are some of the advantages of proprioceptive exercise :
- Improves joint Position and Stability.
- Reduces risk of getting injured.
- Improves muscle flexibility.
- Muscle overactivity - Muscles may become hyperactive if proprioception is impaired because they will compensate to stabilize the joint.
Proprioceptive Exercise techniques assist a wide range of people. People may complain about issues such as ankle sprains, shoulder and knee instability, and so on. Proprioceptive exercise may be helpful for them. Swelling of a joint and joint pain can impede proprioceptive input. Ligament and tendon injury will most likely occur following impaired functioning or disruption of proprioceptive receptors. Post-surgically too, proprioceptive receptors can get impaired because of the trauma and tissue damage that occur during the surgery.
Balance training is performing workouts that develop the muscles that help you stay upright, such as your legs and core. These Exercises can assist increase stability and prevent falls.
Balance exercises, especially some of the most difficult yoga positions, may be exhausting. Others are as easy as standing for a few seconds on one leg. You may also employ equipment that challenges your body to steady itself, such as a Bosu half-circle stability ball or a balancing board used in conjunction with a video game.
Balance Training includes Standing on one leg while elevating the other leg to the side or behind you, to stand and sit from the chair without using the hands, doing yoga or tai chi, using certain equipment’s such as Bosu, which features an inflated dome on top of a circular platform that tests your balance. The Balance can be improved by holding a certain yoga position for a longer, changing or making movements in the pose, keeping the eyes closed during the pose also improves the balance, Or by letting the support of your chair go or other support, after a certain time period. You don't have to sprint, jump, or perform any other high-impact or high-intensity Training to balance. Typically, balancing training consists of slow, systematic motions.