Description of adult rolling movements and hypothesis of developmental sequences.

@article{Richter1989DescriptionOA,
  title={Description of adult rolling movements and hypothesis of developmental sequences.},
  author={R. Richter and A. Vansant and R. Newton},
  journal={Physical therapy},
  year={1989},
  volume={69 1},
  pages={
          63-71
        }
}
Physical therapists frequently evaluate and teach patients to roll from a supine to a prone position. The purposes of this study were 1) to describe the rolling movements of adults and 2) to determine whether the movement patterns used to roll might represent different developmental steps within three body regions. Thirty-six healthy adult subjects were videotaped during 10 trials of rolling from a supine to a prone position. Written descriptions of each subject's movements were reduced to… Expand

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