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Gardy Reglas

Fresh Meadows, NY 11365

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Functional Anatomy

5 Answers | Asked by Lee chong on Mar 20, 2017

Answered by Gardy Reglas on May 10, 2017

Hello Lee Think about for a couple seconds, Lee. The key word in the question is isometrically. Just perform the exercise and the answer will come to you. Best of luck

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Pre and Post Natal Specialist Certification

2 Answers | Asked by Megan Drane on Apr 12, 2017

Answered by Gardy Reglas on May 10, 2017

Hello megan Did you try AAAI/ISMA? You might also look up AFPA! Best of luck!

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What are some exercises to correct painful trochanteric bursitis?

2 Answers | Asked by Margaret Smullin on Apr 09, 2014

Answered by Gardy Reglas on Apr 29, 2014

Agree with Gregory! Tretching, specially yhe ITB is very important. It Should be stretched before and after each session. As a matter of fact make it a point to tell your client to do it every day!

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Would like to know about beginner certification course

5 Answers | Asked by Jayasree MK on Apr 14, 2014

Answered by Gardy Reglas on Apr 29, 2014

Hello! One certification I found very helpful when I satarted was AFAA! It spends a huge portion of the curriculum on muscles and functions; something Pt certs didn't do back then! And it's live; giving a great opportunity to get a good understanding on practical and applications. Best of lu...

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looking for information on training a client with muliple scroses

2 Answers | Asked by Jerald Evans on Apr 14, 2014

Answered by Gardy Reglas on Apr 29, 2014

Hi Jerald! I strongly recommend that this individual sees or has been released by a PT or an OT! The main goal with MS is to improve that person's overall functional capacity. The exercise program should focus on improving, balance, coordination, functional strength and endurance, and improving...

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One of my clients suffers from a torn hip labrum. I am trying to strengthen her gluteus medius and maximus. Thoughts?

5 Answers | Asked by Michelle Guerrero on Apr 28, 2014

Answered by Gardy Reglas on Apr 29, 2014

Hello Michelle! While the gluteus medius is the key muscle to strengthen, don't forget your client. Pay special attention to the ITB; (personally, I would stretching it before and after thes session). I would also do some balance activities Best of luck

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Exercises for hip replacement

5 Answers | Asked by Kathleen Burlage on Mar 19, 2014

Answered by Gardy Reglas on Mar 21, 2014

Hello Kathleen! Please aware that after a hip replacement, the gluteus medius is the primary muscle that needs strengthening, hip bridging, standing terminal knee extension, multi-directional leg raises, and some balance activies. Also be aware that your client should not perform any hip flexion >...

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The shoulder is a complex joint--what does the research say is the weakest rotator cuff muscle and why?

2 Answers | Asked by Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc &Sports Physio, MPT on Jun 30, 2012

Answered by Gardy Reglas on Mar 24, 2013

I think the answer to your question is the Subscapularis! Yes, I know it is the largest of the SITS muscles, however, its location makes it hard to train. As Karen Said, I can't wait to hear your answer!.

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What is the best certification to get to teach seniors one on one - ACE senior specialist or Personal trainer certification?

7 Answers | Asked by Robin Marshall on Dec 27, 2012

Answered by Gardy Reglas on Dec 28, 2012

Hello Robin! I had the opportunity to buy the American Academy of Health, and Fitness Senior Fitness Training Series! I found it to be very insightful and straight forward. It comes with a manual and two DVDs with Dr. Wayne Scott providing the input.

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Corrective exercise Certifications vs Physical Therapy, what is going on?

8 Answers | Asked by Louie Arias on Dec 28, 2012

Answered by Gardy Reglas on Dec 28, 2012

Hi Louie! Just adding a little bit more to what Natalie and probably others have said! As corrective exercise specialist with mostly deal with muscular imbalances and the final result is to increase or improve the person's functional conditioning, including the person's favorite sport. Whereas, a p...

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