The Feldenkrais Method® in rehabilitation: a review.

@article{Ives1998TheFM,
  title={The Feldenkrais Method® in rehabilitation: a review.},
  author={J. Ives and G. A. Shelley},
  journal={Work},
  year={1998},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={
          75-90
        }
}
Musculoskeletal disorders are often suggested to be caused, in part, by poor postural behaviors that are associated with occupational demands. The inefficacy of conventional strategies to elicit postural correction has prompted many to seek alternative techniques such as the Feldenkrais Method®. The rapidly growing use of the Feldenkrais Method® by laypersons and professionals has been fueled by extravagant claims and data published in non-peer-reviewed sources, for the effectiveness of this… Expand
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