Facilitation

The strategy of therapeutic handling that makes a posture or movement easier or more likely to occur

Facilitation
Righting reactions, Equilibrium reactions, Protective extension of arms. With small shifts of centre of mass righting reactions elicited With greater shifts equilibrium reactions elicited, When Com outside base protective extension of arms elicited.

Facilitation
Facilitation done through key points, proximal distal Proximal head, shoulder-girdle, spine, sternum, pelvic-girdle, Distal Elbow, wrist, thumb, fingers, knee, ankle, foot, toes. Used singly or in combination. as control improves distal key points of control, and weaning of handling.

Facilitation
Practical Facilitation of head control Supine to sitting, side-lying, prone Facilitation of rolling, Facilitation of sitting up, Facilitation of creeping, crawling, kneeling ,standing up squat to stand, sit to and stand ,walking. Facilitation of sequences of movements.

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