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The theory and technique of yamuna body rolling.

Suzuki S - J Phys Ther Sci (2013)

Bottom Line: The extraordinary effect of Yamuna Body Rolling is its multidimensional elongation of muscle fibers.Hamstring, abdominal, and sideline routines are presented as examples for techniques of Yamuna Body Rolling.Yamuna Body Rolling can be applied to functional evaluation and therapeutic uses; therefore, it could provide many benefits in the treatment of different conditions in the medical field.

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Affiliation: Department of Rehabilitation, Jiyugaoka Orthopedic Clinic.

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[Purpose] This paper provides information about the theory and technique of Yamuna Body Rolling. In order to treat physical problems, using the specialized Yamuna Body Rolling balls, people can target superficial skin, fasciae, muscle fibers, tendons, ligaments, bones, internal organs, and the nervous system by themselves. The extraordinary effect of Yamuna Body Rolling is its multidimensional elongation of muscle fibers. In addition to the regular longitudinal elongation by the conventional stretch method, Yamuna Body Rolling enables the transversal and diagonal expansion of muscle fibers in order to move the body more dynamically. Hamstring, abdominal, and sideline routines are presented as examples for techniques of Yamuna Body Rolling. Yamuna Body Rolling can be applied to functional evaluation and therapeutic uses; therefore, it could provide many benefits in the treatment of different conditions in the medical field.

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Mentions: Another variation starts with stimulation of the pubic symphysis, and the ball is thenrolled upward along the center line of the abdominal area. Any surgery in the abdominalarea within 12 weeks is contraindicated. To prevent potential damage, do not directlystimulate any floating ribs (Fig. 3).


The theory and technique of yamuna body rolling.

Suzuki S - J Phys Ther Sci (2013)

Abdominal Routine
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fig_003: Abdominal Routine
Mentions: Another variation starts with stimulation of the pubic symphysis, and the ball is thenrolled upward along the center line of the abdominal area. Any surgery in the abdominalarea within 12 weeks is contraindicated. To prevent potential damage, do not directlystimulate any floating ribs (Fig. 3).

Bottom Line: The extraordinary effect of Yamuna Body Rolling is its multidimensional elongation of muscle fibers.Hamstring, abdominal, and sideline routines are presented as examples for techniques of Yamuna Body Rolling.Yamuna Body Rolling can be applied to functional evaluation and therapeutic uses; therefore, it could provide many benefits in the treatment of different conditions in the medical field.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Rehabilitation, Jiyugaoka Orthopedic Clinic.

ABSTRACT
[Purpose] This paper provides information about the theory and technique of Yamuna Body Rolling. In order to treat physical problems, using the specialized Yamuna Body Rolling balls, people can target superficial skin, fasciae, muscle fibers, tendons, ligaments, bones, internal organs, and the nervous system by themselves. The extraordinary effect of Yamuna Body Rolling is its multidimensional elongation of muscle fibers. In addition to the regular longitudinal elongation by the conventional stretch method, Yamuna Body Rolling enables the transversal and diagonal expansion of muscle fibers in order to move the body more dynamically. Hamstring, abdominal, and sideline routines are presented as examples for techniques of Yamuna Body Rolling. Yamuna Body Rolling can be applied to functional evaluation and therapeutic uses; therefore, it could provide many benefits in the treatment of different conditions in the medical field.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus