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Suspension Therapy
Continuous Passive Motion
Assisted Exercises
Suspension Therapy
Aim
Types
Axial Suspension
Uses
Pendular Suspension
Uses
Vertical Suspension
Uses
Suspension
Unit
Late Mrs. Guthrie
Smith has invented
the suspension
apparatus.
Parts
Fixed Point
Supporting Ropes
Single Rope
Double Rope
Pulley Rope
Slings
Single Sling
Double Sling
Three Ring Sling
Head Sling
Wooden Cleat
Dog Clip / S Hook
Storage Trolley
Advantages
If some resistance to the muscle
work is requires:
Difference
Hook is placed above the
joint under treatment.
Hook is placed above the
COG of the limb under
treatment.
 Axi...
Suspension Exercises
Upper Limb
Shoulder joint
Shoulder Flexion
Movement:
Shoulder Extension
Position of Patient:
Prone Lying
Range:
0 to 45 degree
Movement:
Shoulder
Abduction
Position of Patient:
Side Lying
Range:
0 to 180 degree
Movement:
Shoulder
Adduction
Position of Patient:
Side Lying
Range:
180 to 0 degree
Movement:
Lateral
Rotation
Position of Patient:
Short Sitting
Range:
0 to 60 degree
Movement:
Medial Rotation
Position of Patient:
Short sitting
Range:
0 to 80 degree
Elbow Joint
Movement:
Elbow
Extension
Position of Patient:
Supine Lying
Range:
150 to 0 degree
Wrist Joint
Movement:
Wrist Extension
Position of Patient:
Short sitting
Range:
0 to 70 degree
Lower Limb
Hip Joint
Movement:
Hip Extension
Position of Patient:
Side Lying
Range:
0 to 20 degree
Hip Extension
Movement:
Hip Abduction
Position of Patient:
Side Lying
Range:
0 to 45 degree
Movement:
Hip Adduction
Position of Patient:
Supine Lying
Range:
o to 15-20 degree
Hip Adduction
Movement:
Lateral
Rotation
Position of Patient:
Short Sitting
Range:
0 to 45 degree
Movement:
Medial Rotation
Position of Patient:
Short Sitting
Range:
0 to 45 degree
Medial Rotation
Knee Joint
Knee Flexion
Movement:
Knee
Extension
Position of Patient:
Short Sitting
Range:
135 to 0 degree
Knee Extension
Ankle Joint
Movement:
Dorsi Flexion
Position of Patient:
Short Sitting
Range:
0 to 20 degree
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Suspension Therapy

  1. 1. Suspension Therapy
  2. 2. Continuous Passive Motion
  3. 3. Assisted Exercises
  4. 4. Suspension Therapy
  5. 5. Aim
  6. 6. Types
  7. 7. Axial Suspension
  8. 8. Uses
  9. 9. Pendular Suspension
  10. 10. Uses
  11. 11. Vertical Suspension
  12. 12. Uses
  13. 13. Suspension Unit Late Mrs. Guthrie Smith has invented the suspension apparatus.
  14. 14. Parts
  15. 15. Fixed Point
  16. 16. Supporting Ropes
  17. 17. Single Rope
  18. 18. Double Rope
  19. 19. Pulley Rope
  20. 20. Slings
  21. 21. Single Sling
  22. 22. Double Sling
  23. 23. Three Ring Sling
  24. 24. Head Sling
  25. 25. Wooden Cleat
  26. 26. Dog Clip / S Hook
  27. 27. Storage Trolley
  28. 28. Advantages
  29. 29. If some resistance to the muscle work is requires:
  30. 30. Difference Hook is placed above the joint under treatment. Hook is placed above the COG of the limb under treatment.  Axial Suspension  Vertical Suspension
  31. 31. Suspension Exercises
  32. 32. Upper Limb
  33. 33. Shoulder joint
  34. 34. Shoulder Flexion
  35. 35. Movement: Shoulder Extension Position of Patient: Prone Lying Range: 0 to 45 degree
  36. 36. Movement: Shoulder Abduction Position of Patient: Side Lying Range: 0 to 180 degree
  37. 37. Movement: Shoulder Adduction Position of Patient: Side Lying Range: 180 to 0 degree
  38. 38. Movement: Lateral Rotation Position of Patient: Short Sitting Range: 0 to 60 degree
  39. 39. Movement: Medial Rotation Position of Patient: Short sitting Range: 0 to 80 degree
  40. 40. Elbow Joint
  41. 41. Movement: Elbow Extension Position of Patient: Supine Lying Range: 150 to 0 degree
  42. 42. Wrist Joint
  43. 43. Movement: Wrist Extension Position of Patient: Short sitting Range: 0 to 70 degree
  44. 44. Lower Limb
  45. 45. Hip Joint
  46. 46. Movement: Hip Extension Position of Patient: Side Lying Range: 0 to 20 degree
  47. 47. Hip Extension
  48. 48. Movement: Hip Abduction Position of Patient: Side Lying Range: 0 to 45 degree
  49. 49. Movement: Hip Adduction Position of Patient: Supine Lying Range: o to 15-20 degree
  50. 50. Hip Adduction
  51. 51. Movement: Lateral Rotation Position of Patient: Short Sitting Range: 0 to 45 degree
  52. 52. Movement: Medial Rotation Position of Patient: Short Sitting Range: 0 to 45 degree
  53. 53. Medial Rotation
  54. 54. Knee Joint
  55. 55. Knee Flexion
  56. 56. Movement: Knee Extension Position of Patient: Short Sitting Range: 135 to 0 degree
  57. 57. Knee Extension
  58. 58. Ankle Joint
  59. 59. Movement: Dorsi Flexion Position of Patient: Short Sitting Range: 0 to 20 degree

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