Corpus ID: 19466318

The chop and lift reconsidered: integrating neuromuscular principles into orthopedic and sports rehabilitation.

@article{Voight2008TheCA,
  title={The chop and lift reconsidered: integrating neuromuscular principles into orthopedic and sports rehabilitation.},
  author={M. Voight and Barbara J. Hoogenboom and Gray Cook},
  journal={North American journal of sports physical therapy : NAJSPT},
  year={2008},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={
          151-9
        }
}
  • M. Voight, Barbara J. Hoogenboom, Gray Cook
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • North American journal of sports physical therapy : NAJSPT
  • The upper extremity bilateral PNF patterns, better known as the "chop and lift" are well known to physical therapists. These patterns which utilize spiral and diagonal motions of the upper extremity can be used for both assessment and treatment of sports and orthopedic injuries. Half kneeling and tall kneeling postures fall between low-level postures such as rolling and 4-point, and high-level postures of standing and walking. Half kneeling and tall kneeling can be considered transitional… CONTINUE READING
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