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Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)
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Mat activities-Rolling & crawling (2)

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  • 1. Rolling & Crawling/Creeping Prepared by : Aina Nabilah Bt Nasurudin Aini Najihah Bt Nasurudin Aifaa Anira Bt Anuar Wan Nur Amalina Bt Wan Mohd Kamaron NoorHisyam Bin Roslee Sulaimi Aisar Bin Sukri
  • 2. Rolling
  • 3. Introduction  Definition: Move forward along a surface by revolving on an axis or by repeatedly turning over  It requires a certain level of control over the head, neck and trunk
  • 4. Therapeutic Goals of Rolling  Strengthening of trunk muscles  Increasing the patien’ts ability to roll  Mobilizing the trunk, scapula, shoulder , hip
  • 5. Human development sequence of rolling     2 months - the first sign of voluntary rolling appear with the infant turning from its side to its back. 4 months - the infant can roll from a supine position to the side and from the prone position to the side. 6 months - the infant matures and gains greater control of the hips and shoulders,more advanced abilities such as rolling from supine to prone. 8 months - the most difficult task, rolling from the prone to the supine position.
  • 6. Mat Activities  The mat program involves the patient in activities incorporating both movements and stability  They range from single movements to complex combinations requiring both stabilization and motion  The activities are done in different positions for function and to vary the effects of reflexes or gravity
  • 7. Mat activities of rolling  Rolling is both a functional activity and an exercise for the entire body  Rolling occur because of facilitation from the scapula or pelvis.  Combinations of scapula, pelvis, neck or extremity motions are used to facilitate rolling.
  • 8. Rolling (Supine to Prone) Scapula in anterior depression   Roll forward with trunk flexion. Facilitate with neck flexion Pelvis in anterior elevation   Roll forward with trunk flexion. Facilitate with neck flexion
  • 9. Rolling (Prone to Supine) Scapula in posterior elevation   Roll back with trunk extension. Facilitate with neck extension Pelvis in posterior depression   Roll back with trunk extension. Facilitate with neck extension
  • 10. Crawling & Creeping
  • 11. Introduction  Crawl: Act of moving the body along slowly and close to the ground on the hands and knee  Creeping: Slow movement by dragging the prone body along the ground
  • 12. Creeping Pattern  Head move ipsilaterally with the hand  Leg move alternately with the hand
  • 13. Type of crawl        The belly crawl - babies begin crawling by keeping their tummy against the floor as they move. The classic crawl – baby alternates arms and legs, getting the arm on one side to hit the floor at the same time as the leg on the opposite side. The bear crawl – baby walks on all fours, arm and leg unbent The crab crawl – baby pushes with arm instead of pulls. The leapfrog crawl – baby makes a bridge with his arms and legs and then thrust forward. The roll – some babies get so good at rolling that it become their primary way to get around. The most common style of crawling is classical crawl
  • 14. Human development sequence of crawling/creeping   6-8 months- the infant’s first purposeful efforts at prone locomotion ( creeping ) - infant creep using their arms and legs to drag the body along a surface. - the abdomen remains in contact with the surface. - their leg and back muscles are stong enough to avoid them from falling when they get on their knees and hands. 8-10 months - occurs 2 months after crawling. ( crawling ) – crawl movement involve moving in a prone position on hands and knees with the abdomen clear of the surface.
  • 15. Mat activity of crawling In the crawling position patients can exercise their trunk, hips, knees and shoulders. Types of exercise : Balancing in crawling Therapist must give resistance at scapula or pelvis, at the neck, and in addition to leg and arm motion.
  • 16. Balancing in crawling
  • 17. Crawling movement

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