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La trachée se divise en 2 bronches souches. Chaque bronche souche va se diviser en 3 à droite et se diviser en 2 à gauche. Chaque bronche va envoyer de l'air dans un lobe pulmonaire. •
On observe donc 2️⃣ lobes (supérieur et inférieur) au niveau du poumon gauche et 3️⃣ lobes (supérieur, moyen et inférieur) au niveau du poumon droit. Les lobes sont séparés par des scissures. •
On retrouve 2 scissures à droite : oblique (grande scissure) et horizontale (petite scissure) et 1 scissure à gauche (oblique). •
Les 2 poumons sont séparés par le médiastin, qui contient le cœur et d’autres organes. Le poumon gauche est légèrement plus petit et contient que 2 lobes afin de laisser un espace suffisant au cœur. •
C'est donc pour cela que l'on dit que le cœur est à gauche, alors que cela est presque faux, puisqu'en vérité, il est placé au centre. Mais ses ventricules et son apex (sa pointe) sont dirigés vers la gauche. •
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Weak or tight piriformis muscles can lead to a variety of problems, both in sports and in everyday life. Stretching can help alleviate or prevent the pain you can experience from this muscle that lies deep in your buttocks. Learn both simple and advanced piriformis stretches you can use.
✔Function of the Piriformis Muscle
The piriformis muscle is a deep muscle located beneath the gluteal (butt) muscles that play a surprisingly important role in hip flexibility and stability. This large, powerful muscle laterally rotates and stabilizes the hip. The piriformis works along with other hip rotators to turn the hips and upper leg outward (external rotation of the hip).
The proper function of the piriformis muscle is essential for athletes who participate in running sports that require sudden changes of direction, such as soccer or basketball. Strong and flexible hip rotators keep hip and knee joints properly aligned with activity and help prevent sudden twisting of the knee during quick side-to-side movements, quick turns, lunges or squats.
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- Knee pain can be pretty common especially among sedentary individuals due to lack of strength surrounding the joint and mobility restrictionedentary individuals due to lack of strength surrounding the joint and mobility restrictions.
1️⃣ The quadriceps are a group of four muscles (rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis and vastus intermedius) which are located on the front of the thigh.
Tight quadricep muscles can exert imbalanced tension at the knee joint which can lead to pulling of the muscles surrounding and misalignment of the patella.
Improve muscle balance at the hip and knee by stretching your quadriceps daily and foam rolling your quads 2-3 times a week.
2️⃣ Ankle Dorsiflexion, The ankle is a mobile joint and when ankle dorsiflexion ROM is limited, the body has to compensate, often by overloading the knee.
Start my loosening the calf and shin muscles surrounding your ankle, then proceed to mobilize the joint with banded dorsiflexion and finish off by loading the increased ROM with squats, lunges (whichever variation is pain free)
3️⃣ Master the hip hinge and your back and knees will thank you 🙌🏻 use the hip hinge to strength muscles opposing the quads, especially the hamstrings and glute muscles 🍑
Start with a basic stick hip hinge and focus on a neutral spine position and then try feet elevated hip bridge.
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Not everyone believes they can recover after an injury or with chronic pain and this results in feelings of hopelessness and fear-related Avoidance behaviour.
In these cases building self-efficacy is important to help you or your patient realise they have what it takes to change.
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a technique for increasing motivation to change and has proven to be particularly effective with people that may be unwilling or unable to change.
A core principle of MI is that individuals are more likely to accept and act upon opinions that they voice themselves. The more a person argues for a position, the greater his or her commitment to it often becomes. Therefore, clients are encouraged to express their own reasons and plans for change (or lack thereof). This process is referred to as eliciting change talk. Expression of change talk, particularly a strong crescendo of commitment, appears to be a good predictor of future change, and a key mediator of the MI process.
An emerging body of research is currently tracking the language that patients use when talking about change, and it appears that change talk predicts better outcomes.
Zimmerman, G. L., Olsen, C. G., & Bosworth, M. F. (2000). A 'stages of change' approach to helping patients change behavior. American Family Physician, 61, 1409-4016.
A space to note down what happen in my physio workplace. Physiotherapy is an interesting field and working in a hospital (high class private) based make it even more FUN, Sometime. You get to see lots of pattern of people. Really, all sorts of people. Some are being real nice but some are behaving like an asshole. I encountered this patient and her family members few weeks before, I understand that she’s having pain initially and her family members are concerning about her. But seriously, they have no respect to all the healthcare members other than doctor. Physio did the job to help her to gain back her walking ability but the kids come to the department gym treating the gym as their home. Lean on the chair and lift up the legs on another chair while waiting for the mother to done the physio session. Next, doubted the therapist since day 1, feeling that physio done nothing to help, doesn’t wants to follow what physio said, I taught the patient how to come up from sitting to standing with both ankles placing on the floor slightly behind than the knee, but the son adjust the mother’s leg in front, saying it’s easier for her to stand. 🙄 alright, you don’t need a therapist, you can be the therapist. But still insists to come. 🤷🏻♀️ Some more, coming down late about half an hour for the appointment and causing people to delay work time for them, yet they still wants to blame why the rehab department closing so sharp on time? Duhhhh.. life’s hard for adult but is even harder when the therapist met these kind of patients. So, all the therapists need to have a big heart and mind in order to live longer 🙏🏻 #physiolife#physio
What would you do for 9% improvement in performance? Well in the case of cycling it seems that you just need to catch some more zzz’s.
People often downplay sleep in favor of hard effort, but we are seeing a case emerge in the literature that this isn’t necessarily such a great idea and we likely need to manage it better.
Temesi et al. Has experienced endurance sport athletes complete a cycling to failure test and found that when comparing those who had normal sleep and those who were deprived of sleep, the normal group performed 9% superior. .
Temesi J, Arnal PJ, Davranche K, et al. Does central fatigue explain reduced cycling after complete sleep deprivation? Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2013;45(12):2243-2253.
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