Figure 2. Kinematic configuration of the squared dynamic position of the body. Rear view: thick black line represents the lower limbs and the rounded rectangular object represents the pelvis in its three different positions. Top view: the kinematics of the shoulder girdle; both black and white arrows indicate direction of elbow force contrasting the shifting of pelvis on the contralateral side. Dotted lines in this top view indicate the wide arc of pelvis shifting

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A Novel Approach that Ameliorates Motor Disabilities and Improves Range of Motion of Joints; Comparison with Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation

Vinicius Monteiro Diederichs

American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine. 2018, 6(1), 15-21 doi:10.12691/ajssm-6-1-4