Frenkel exercises are a set of exercises developed by Professor Heinrich Sebastian Frenkel to treat ataxia, in particular cerebellar ataxia. They are a system of.
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Although the technique is simple, needs virtually no exercise equipment, and can be done on one’s own, concentration and some degree of perseverance is required.
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The repetitions will take just a few minutes every hour. Retrieved from ” https: They are a system of slow repetitious exercises.
This page was last edited on 11 Octoberat Frenkel’s book states that the best way to perform the exercises is to do them for three minutes using some kind of timer so the exercises become less of a chore. Frenkel noted that the patient had to be free from opiate and alcohol use, for instance, in order to achieve the required focus of attention. Frenkel exercises are a set of exercises developed by Professor Heinrich Sebastian Frenkel  to treat ataxiain particular cerebellar ataxia.
Frenkel ejetcicios astonished by the improvement.
The brain as a whole learns to compensate for motor deficits in the cerebellum or the spinal cord where applicable. The exercises were developed by Dd Frenkela Swiss neurologist who, one day inwhile examining a patient with ataxia, observed the patient’s poor performance of the finger-to-nose test.
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This attitude is almost always incorrect and in recent years has begun to change with the recognition of brain plasticity. When Frenkel asked the patient what had happened in the interval, the patient replied, ‘I wanted to pass the test and so I practiced. Mosby’s Medical Dictionary 8th ed. The Frenkel and Other Exercises”. At that point the patient goes back to the exercises for another three minutes when it will be found that the skill has improved to a step higher from when the exercises were last done fifteen minutes earlier.
Frenkel states that is very important that the therapist also gives the patient pep talks and motivation. Then the patient should do something entirely different and unrelated for fifteen minutes, say read a book or have a chat. The patient asked Dr Frenkel about the test and was told what it meant and that he did not ‘pass’ the test.
Julian—Gregorian uncertainty Wikipedia external links cleanup from April Wikipedia spam cleanup from April The therapist may also help the patient move where muscular strength is low. It is thought that the fifteen-minute break enables the new neural connections to be created. Research has shown that 20, to 30, repetitions may be required to produce results.
Views Read Edit View history. Apathy, lack of motivation and clinical depression are very common in cases of cerebellar ataxia and are one of the main reasons for failure of therapy. However, it is better that a physiotherapist is involved. He had never seen such an improvement before, which was contradictory to the teaching of the day and in fact is sadly widespread today.
The patient can treat himself and obviously in the absence of a medical practitioner ed do so. In his book on ataxia, Frenkel states: Or at least others?
The American Journal of Nursing. April Learn how and when to remove this template message. Several months later, on re-examination, the patient showed extraordinary improvement in coordination. This article’s use of external links may not follow Wikipedia’s policies or guidelines.