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Characteristics of the Ball as
Ball Treatment and Muscle Tone
Ball Techniques for Goals in Prone
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abdominal obliques adduction allows the child ankle and foot arms base of support bearing hip bouncing calcaneus center of gravity cervical spine co-activation collapse diagonal dissociation distal distraction dorsiflexion elongation external rotation facilitate feet floor forward and back function gait cycle half kneeling hamstrings hands head control head lift hip adductors hip extension hip flexors hold humerus hyperextension Illus Illustration inhibit joint alignment joint mobility lateral flexion latissimus dorsi lengthened lower body lower extremities lumbar spine move the ball movement muscle activity musculature neutral alignment neutral pelvis non-weight bearing normal patient pelvis and femurs pelvis moves plantar flex plantar flexion point of stability posterior promote prone quadriceps reactions rectus ribs roll scapula shoulders single limb stance spinal extensors stance leg subtalar joint supine supine to sitting synergistic activity synergistic control tensor fascia lata therapist can stabilize therapy thoracic spine tibia tion transition trunk and hips upper body weight bearing side