Dobomed Method, developed in 1979, by the Polish Dr. Krystyna Dobosiewicz (1931- 2007), is a conservative approach to Idiopathic Scoliosis, aimed at both deformity of the trunk and restoration of respiratory function. It has incorporated in its techniques both the position of the Klapp Method for the retraining of the normal 'kyphosis' of the thoracic spine and the technique of active asymmetrical breathing by Lehnert-Schroth (Lunes et al., 2010 , Berdishevsky et al., 2016). The mobilization of the primary bulges is carried out through a closed kinetic chain, in a symmetrical position of the pelvis and shoulders, emphasizing both the pelvis and the shoulders so that they are kept stable during the exercise and during the phase of inhalation and exhalation, respectively. active asymmetric respiration.
Functional Individual Therapy of Scoliosis (FITS) by Marianna Bialek & Andrzej M'hango
Created in 2004 by Marianna Białek and Andrzej M'hango for diagnosis and treatment of structural and non-structural scoliosis, FITS is a complex, asymmetrical and individual method of treating patients with scoliosis based on a variety of physical therapy techniques. Some of the techniques were modified or created by the founders and adjusted to work with scoliosis patients. Most of the FITS techniques are based on their own knowledge and experience.
Some of FITS Special features that will be discussed in the webinar :
Sensory motor balance training to improve nervous system control over the muscles function.
Examination of the ability of active and passive corrective movement.
Releasing myofascial structures which limit three-plane corrective movement.
Primary curve correction by creating functional compensation.
Building and stabilization of corrective movement patterns in open, closed biokinematic chains and functional positions.