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.
Scoliotic Hip: Is It Real? Spine,Hip,Kinetic Chain
Webinar presented by: Lise Stolze, MPT, Scoliosis Therapist, Schroth BSPTS C2, SEAS 2 Educator
The 3-dimensional nature of scoliosis can produce asymmetrical forces at the hip and lower extremities that can accentuate curve compression. This 90-minute webinar focuses on the effect multi-planar spinal imbalance has on the kinetic chain and introduces corrective movement strategies to improve body alignment and reduce muscle imbalances at the hip, knee ankle and foot. This webinar is designed for health care practitioners, movement educators and those living with scoliosis who will benefit from a broader understanding of how the hip is the keystone in establishing the body’s “center line” to promote axial elongation.
Objectives: by the end of this webinar the student will:
1. Recognize how 3-dimensional spine imbalance affects proximal femoral acetabular forces
2. Understand how hip incongruences can lead to lower extremity dysfunction
3. Learn movement interventions to restore kinetic chain patterns
About Lise Stolze, MPT, DSc, NCPT. Lise Stolze is a certified Schroth scoliosis physical therapist through the Barcelona Scoliosis Physical Therapy School (C2) and is a certified SEAS scoliosis specialist (SEAS 2) through the Italian Scientific Institute for the Spine (ISICO). Her research on low back pain and Pilates has been published in the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy. Lise serves on the Pilates Method Alliance Research Committee. She is a principal educator for Polestar Pilates Education and is an active member of the International Society on Scoliosis Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Treatment (SOSORT). Lise owns Stolze Therapies in Denver Colorado. She is the Co-creator: Pilates Adaptations for Scoliosis: Supporting the Teachings of the Schroth Method
JOSPT 2012: Derivation of a preliminary clinical prediction rule for identifying a subgroup of patients with low back pain likely to benefit from Pilates-based exercise.