Flys—The student holds one end of the band in each hand with the band positioned in front of the body. The student holds the band on each end and pulls back on the band in a rowing motion, repeatedly. Attach the band to the student’s wrist or hand so that the student does not have to grip the therapy band.
1. Have the students roll the small ball at the beach ball in the center of the circle one at a time. 2. Have the students continue to take turns rolling the small ball at the beach ball until the beach ball has been knocked out of the designated circle. 3. Add beach balls to the center of the circle and have students try to knock all of the beach balls out of the circle.
To clarify the clinical effect of electroacupuncture at the pudendal nerve, we studied the efficacy of electroacupuncture at the pudendal nerve in patients (lumbar spinal canal stenosis) for whom general conservative treatment (NSAIDs, hot packs, massage, etc.) was ineffective. We have found through our clinical experience that some patients with neurogenic bladder dysfunction who have applied electroacupuncture at the pudendal nerve reported improvement of their low back or lower limb ...
This increased porosity of bone, in turn, causes decreased bone density (mass per unit volume of tissue). The initial effects are mainly to the spongy bone, but later the compact bone in the shafts of long bones also decreases in thickness. According to the World Health Organization, osteoporosis (“bone porosity”) is present when the bone density is more than 2.5 standard deviations below the average bone mass of a young adult woman.