Aquatic Exercise for Rehabilitation and Training Book
Water Exercises for Osteoarthritis Book
Water Exercises for Parkinsons Book
Ai Chi Flowing Aquatic Energy Book
Ai Chi Balance, Harmony, and Healing Book
Aquatics for Children with Challenges by Susan J Grosse
Water Exercises for Fibromyalgia Book
Aquatic Therapy Interventions and Applications Book
Water Exercises for Rheumatoid Arthritis Book
Diagnostic Aquatics Systems Integration Specialized Interventions
Water Activities for FAB CLAMS.
Aquatic Exercise Therapy
Heal Your Hips
Unpredictable Command Technique
Anatomy Coloring Workbook by Princeton Review
The authors guide readers in choosing the right exercises for their clients − including the appropriate exercise frequency, intensity, and duration − based on each client's abilities and limitations. The book presents several current theories as well as a historical view for each theory and description of treatment implementation. The theories and principles are presented with the use of a regional- and system-based approach.
Idyll Arbor Water Exercises for Osteoarthritis contains over 100 individual exercises and examples of exercise routines. It is richly illustrated so the reader can see all of the elements that go into an exercise program: equipment, warm-ups, stretching, aerobic exercises, strength exercises, balance exercises, exercises focusing on the abdominals, neck exercises, and cool downs. Included, also, is information on medications, vitamins and minerals, herbs, diet, and nutrition.
Parkinson's is a progressive disease and we may not have a cure yet, but that is no reason to give up hope. Maintaining a physical exercise program will allow those afflicted with Parkinson's to maintain an active and independent life as long as possible. For the one million Americans who have Parkinson's, this book provides gentle and effective water exercises to maintain balance, strength, endurance, and flexibility.
Ruth Sova's Flowing Aquatic Energy book describes the nature of Ai Chi and provides explanations of movements, along with sample progressions. Increase oxygen consumption, lengthen muscles, and relax with a water-based Ai Chi workout. Performed in shoulder depth water, Ai Chi is suitable for non-swimmers, seniors, athletes, and anyone else.
Balance, Harmony, and Healing − in-depth Ai Chi book by Ruth Sova − is for both experienced and novice practitioners. Updated from the previous version with new offerings including Ai Chi Ne (partner stretching), practical teaching information, pool teaching scripts for a varied learning focus, and Ai Chi for special populations. 9 chapters, 160 pgs, 7x9. Written by Ruth Sova.
Written by Susan J. Grosse - the current president of Aquatic Consulting & Education Resources - "Aquatics For Children With Challenges" is a great tool for instructors, parents, and therapists working with children suffering from myriad physical and mental challenges. Currently utilized by swim schools nationwide and USA Swimming's "Make a Splash" pools, this book assists aquatic professionals in planning appropriate activities for their young clients.
Water Exercises for Fibromyalgia, published by Idyll Arbor, contains dozens of individual exercises and examples of exercise routines. It is richly illustrated so the reader can see all of the elements that go into an exercise program: equipment, warm-ups, stretching, aerobic exercises, strength exercises, balance exercises, exercises focusing on the abdominals, neck exercises, and cool downs. Included, also, is information on medications, vitamins and minerals, herbs, diet, and nutrition.
Idyll Arbor's Aquatic Therapy Interventions and Applications internationally acclaimed therapist and instructor, Luis Vargas, describes his treatment methodology, the Diagnostic Aquatics Systems Integration ( DASI), from assessment through treatment.
Richly illustrated, Idyll Arbor's Water Exercise for Rheumatoid Arthritis provides readers with exercise routines, as well as thorough explanations of aquatic exercise in general. Ideal for aquatic professionals as well as home users, Water Exercise for Rheumatoid Arthritis synthesizes an immense amount of information in to one compact book.
Diagnostic Aquatic Systems Integration, or DASI, is a theory that deals with the therapeutic foundations of aquatic rehabilitation. Therapists practicing under this theory formulate specific diagnoses so that certain objectives can be established and rehabilitation plans can be carried out. Unlike other one-size-fits-all therapy methods, the Diagnostic Aquatic Systems Integration Theory offers therapists a process to implement programs using a problem-solving approach.
Water Activities for FAB CLAMS by Ruth Sova and Sue Grosse is an Activity Guide for Aquatic professtionals including Swim Instructors, Coaches, Fitness Instructors and Therapists. Fun Agility Balance Coordination And Motor Skills
Ruth Sova's latest aquatic exercise book - Fit 'N Fun: Water Exercises For Women - is the perfect foundational guide to health and happiness through water exercise and aquatic therapy. Divided into sections for ease of use, the chapters cover a wide range of material, including posture, stretching, arthritis, aerobic exercises, and pregnancy fitness. The soft, spiral-bound book features over 250 pages of information, followed by a glossary of terms and index.
Written by physical therapists, Andrea Bates and Norm Hanson, "Aquatic Exercise Therapy" outlines water-based therapy and pinpoints practical exercises for individual readers. What is Aquatic Exercise Therapy?
Written by Robert Klapper, M.D. and the author of "The Complete Waterpower Workout Book", Lynda Huey, "Heal Your Hips" provides readers with a range of information on hip health and treatment options. A former runner and UCLA track coach, Lynda Huey knows joint pain intimately. Along with orthopedic surgeon Robert Klapper, this book is the perfect starting point for anyone suffering from hip disorders or needing hip surgery.
Based on David Ogden's renowned rehabilitation methods, "The Unpredictable Command Technique" book provides a thorough look at the necessities for regaining somatic awareness, balance, coordination, and reaction time. Utilizing randomly varied movements, the entire body is employed, while the lack of standard repetitions provides the ideal recovery format for those with neurological and other chronic or orthopaedic conditions.
Renowned for his excellence in teaching, Dr. I. Edward Alcamo's approach to learning includes a focus on entertainment alongside information. Alcamo's "Anatomy Coloring Workbook" provides a robust source of information, while encouraging readers to take a hands-on approach to the topic.