North American Seminars, Inc., healthclick.com Introduces a Feature Length DVD Training Program Filmed in High Definition, Utilizing Pilates to Enhance Rehab Outcomes

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Utilizing Pilates to Enhance Rehab Outcomes was created by the film team at Healthclick Studios and delivers a new dimension to learning and mastering Pilates exercises. This feature length DVD is designed for healthcare professionals and supports continuing education requirements for physical therapists and occupational therapists.

Utilizing Pilates Principles to Enhance Rehabilitation Outcomes

Utilizing Pilates Principles to Enhance Rehabilitation Outcomes

Utilizing Pilates to Enhance Rehab Outcomes is a unique training tool in that its content is directed only at the medical professional.

There is hundreds of Pilate’s exercise DVD’s for the consumer available in any major department store. Utilizing Pilates to Enhance Rehab Outcomes is a unique training tool in that its content is directed only at the medical professional. Over 80 exercises are featured on this DVD. Digital video details the proper form and execution of each Pilates exercise. Expert narration clearly illustrates the proper method to perform each exercise. North American Seminars, Inc a national provider of physical therapy continuing education offers continuing education credit hours for re-licensure with this DVD product.

Here are the featured exercises:

Preparatory Exercises – Imprinting, Bent-Knee Hip Circles with Neutral Pelvis, Bridging, Bridging with One Leg Extended, Tabletop toe tap, Tabletop toe taps with optional arm lift.

Lower Extremity Movements with Neutral Pelvic Alignment - Heel Slides, Knee Extension with Heel Slides, Knee extended leg lowering and lifting.

Pilates Mat Exercises - The Hundred, Half roll up, Roll up, Single leg Circles, Single Leg Stretch, Double Leg Stretch, Single Straight Leg Stretch (scissors), Scissors with Modification, Criss- Cross, Spine Stretch Forward, Corkscrew, Corkscrew II, Saw, Spine Twist, Jackknife, Front / Back, UP/ Down, Circles, Double Leg lift, Bicycle, Clams, Side plank, Side Plank, modified, Front Leg Pull, Mermaid, Swimming

Standing Pilates Exercises - Criss-Cross, Saw

Exercises with Pilates Ring – Hundred, Half Roll Up, Roll up, Corkscrew, Bridging, between thighs, Bridging, under foot, Spine twist, Hamstring stretch , Inner Thigh Stretch, Outer Thigh Stretch, Prone trunk extension.

Exercises with Foam Roll, Scapular Elevation/Depression, Scapular Protraction / Retraction, Supine on Foam Roll, Tabletop Toe Taps, Alternate, Tabletop Double, Tabletop Obliques, Bridging, supine, Bridging, Feet on Foam, Single Leg Circles, Trunk extensions.

Exercises with Swiss Ball -Hundred, Legs on ball, Hundred, small ball behind back, Half roll up legs on ball, Half roll up holding ball, Double leg stretch, Criss-cross, Bridging beginner, Bridging intermediate, Bridging, advanced, Mermaid, Swan Dive, intermediate, Swan Dive Advanced, Saw    

Exercises with Resistance Bands- Clams, Spine Twist, sitting, Bent-Knee Single Leg circles, Single Leg circles, Sidelying Hip Circles, Front Leg Pull.

Exercises with Balance Trainer - Lower Extremity Movements with Balance Trainer Bridging with Feet on the Balance Trainer, The Hundred with Balance Trainer, Half Roll Up with Balance Trainer, Roll Up with Balance Trainer, Single Leg Stretch with Balance Trainer, Double Leg Stretch with Balance Trainer, Criss Cross with Balance Trainer, Modified Side Plank with Balance Trainer, Front Leg Pull with Balance Trainer

Each exercise was filmed using a technique which isolates the therapist performing the exercise so that maximum attention can be given to proper form. This DVD is currently only available with live course registration for the two day physical therapy and occupational therapy continuing education course, Utilizing Pilates Principles to Enhance Rehabilitation Outcomes.

Look to early 2012 for the ability to purchase this DVD without live course attendance. Check http://www.healthclick.com for more info.

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