Physical Therapy -> Neuromuscular Retraining -> Proprioception

Proprioception

Proprioception is the ability to close your eyes and know where a body part is without opening your eyes, even if someone moves that body part. It's knowing where your body is in space. This is important so we can move easily around lots of obstacles without tripping.

Resources

  • How to Do Pushups preview

    How to Do Pushups

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Physical Therapy Resource. PT Resource. PT. Occupational Therapy Resource. Exercises. Pushups. 1 page with images of muscles important for pushups (triceps, deltoids, and pectorals) and 1 page with...

  • PT OT Upper Extremity Exercise Story "Bush Maze" preview

    PT OT Upper Extremity Exercise Story "Bush Maze"

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Physical Therapy Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Upper Extremity Exercise. Exercise Resource. Classroom Resource. Teacher Resource. Outdoor. Indoor. Visuals. Group Exercise. A fun story th...

    Includes activity list
  • Spring Animal Exercises preview

    Spring Animal Exercises

    Dana Parker PTA

    Physical Therapy Resource. Exercise Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. PT. OT. Movement Resource. Spring is in the air, so it's time to get moving! These fun animal exercises help improve str...

    Includes activity list
  • Holiday Breakfast Yoga and Breathing Activities preview

    Holiday Breakfast Yoga and Breathing Activities

    Whitney Castle, PT, DPT

    Yoga Resource. Movement Resource. Physical Therapy Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Mindfulness Resource. Move and breathe along with a holiday breakfast menu with yoga poses and breathing ...

    Includes activity list