Kinesiotherapy: technique uses movements to help treat localized fat and flaccidity
A thorough evaluation identifies the best therapeutic exercises that can be used to achieve the proposed and necessary goal. Finally, the movement is used to treat the improvement in basic or more specific activities, also rehabilitating movements within a function.
Kinesiotherapy and its aesthetic uses
Within the aesthetic objectives, it is important to consider that the evaluation needs to be specific, individual and meticulous. Physiotherapy has the ability to see the individual as a whole, considering that a simple complaint of localized fat in a body region may be aggravated by postural alteration, muscle weakness that changes posture, muscle shortening or others. In postural alterations, for example, even if the condition is related to the locomotor system, spinal dysfunction or altered posture of the feet, it is possible to consider a picture of treatable muscular weakness, for example, assisting in the resolution of the case and consequently acting with changes on the disposition of fat in a certain body area.
Some facial mimetic exercises are also interesting in the treatment of flaccidity. The sagging aspect of the skin often counts on a sagging muscle, which can lead to a "sagging" aspect. of some areas of the face, for example. It can not be considered that muscle weakness is exclusively responsible for the cutaneous flaccidities, but the muscular strengthening of the pointed region positively positively enhances the visual aspect of this area. This can also occur in the gluteal flaccidity, in which the two cases of sagging can usually be visualized. When the problem of muscle flaccidity with kinesiotherapy or others is solved, improvement of the appearance of the skin of that region is often observed. These considerations are also observed in arm and abdomen areas. The muscle tone (normal tension state of the muscle) is also treatable by kinesiotherapy and contributes greatly to the muscular muscular performance.
Scars when they generate adhesions or are immobile reflect directly on the movement of an area. The release of these scars, even small or larger, through movement, greatly facilitates other mechanisms, such as correct postural adoption, which may interfere with the disposition of adipose tissue in a particular area, not being specifically or only generated by muscular weakness.
The release of muscular tensions with the use of manual movements and techniques is also of great importance and collaboration to muscle relaxation in a postoperative of cosmetic surgery, depending on the region. Surgery having been performed on the upper limbs or breast requires the fixation of a same position or posture for a long and determined time, requiring the release of muscular tensions and also, even later, muscle strengthening. Regardless of the post-surgery, it is important for the physiotherapist to evaluate the loss of muscle function, for example, and to act directly in the area of surgery with specific activity released by the surgeon, with the movement, bringing back the function and basic movements and more specific, through kinesitherapy or therapeutic exercises.
It is clear that by physiotherapy the individual, even with only aesthetic complaints, should be noticed and evaluated with a whole, considering different dysfunctions and the resolution of the same in the aesthetic treatment, being possible to associate techniques that help this resolution.
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