Geriatrics, Pain with Breathing, and Dentists – Movement Debrief Episode 99

Movement Debrief Episode 99 is in the books. Below is a copy of the video for your viewing pleasure, and audio if you can’t stand looking at me.

Here is the set list:

  • What are the key performance indicators many geriatrics need to keep healthy?
  • What are some tips to maximizing movement options in geriatrics?
  • What progressions do I utilize for geriatrics?
  • What are some tips to get someone to complete a breath without pain?
  • Any cues for having someone tuck who is overweight?
  • How do we work around someone who is fear avoidant?
  • Any tips for helping someone progress to going overhead without pain?
  • What are the key things I look for in a dentist?

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Below is the recliner exercise that I like

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Explain Pain Course Notes

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