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What are Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) actions?

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John Smith

John Smith

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Answered Sep 09, 2016

D1 upper extremity taking your seat belt buckling d2 upper extremity, pulling a sword out of its sheath and holding it up in the aird1 lower extremity pattern is similar to crossing and uncrossing legsd2 lower extremity pattern can be equated with riding a bicycle -the action of taking your seat belt buckling upper extremity d1 (you reach across your body and up to pull the belt diagonally down across your body). commands to pts. for this pattern are up and in, then down and out. d2 upper extremity pattern, pulling a sword out of its sheath and holding it up in the air. command is down and in, then up and out. d1 lower extremity pattern is similar to crossing and uncrossing legs d2 lower extremity pattern can be equated with riding a bicycle as you bring your leg into the up cycle a d2 flexion pattern is produced.
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