PATERSON, Jane (2009) Teaching Pilates For Postural Faults, Illines and Injury. Elsevier




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CONTENTS

Acknowledgements

Preface 
History of Joseph Pilates
Note to he reader
Anatomical body charts
Exercise index


1. GOOD POSUTE AN HOW IT CAN BE ACHIEVED

Introduction
Good erect posture
Postural faults
Useful tests
Tables of exercises for addressing postural faults

2. COMMON MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND PROBLEMS

Eating disorders
Obesity
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Epilepsy
Multiple sclerosis
Parkinson's disease
Diabetes mellitus
Thyroid disease
Osteoporosis
 Osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Psoriatic arthritis
Gout 
Hypertension
Coronary heart disease
Cerebrovascular disease
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Asthma
Gastrointestinal problems
Neck, shoulder and arm problems
Back problems 
Hip problems
Lower leg problems
Ankle and foot problems

3. ANATOMY REVIEW-THE TORSO, LOWER LIMBS AND FEET

Thoracic  cage
Vertebral column
Pelvic girdle
Hip Joint
Knee Joint
Ankle joint and foot

4. EXERCISES FOR CORE STABILIZATIONS
AND EFFICIENT MOVEMENT 

Correct resting body positions
Prerequisite preparatory exercises 
Basic core strengthening exercises

5. ANATOMY REVIEW THE UPPER 
Pectoral girdle
Elbow joint
Writs joint

6. Upper body, stretching and overall joint mobilization exercises

Exercise list
Basic upper body exercises instruction further ways to improve your teaching, joint mobilization and exercises to improve foot alignment, mobility and  strength

7. THE TEACHING PROCESS
While the learner is doing exercises 
Further ways to improve  your teaching.

8. HEALTH AND SAFETY
Safe, effective practice 
The working space 











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