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I am adjusting the speed of the water treadmill for Logan.
This is the remote that I use to adjust the speed and time of the water treadmill for Logan.
I am putting a freezer pack in a pillow sheet to use for Logan’s knee.
Logan is doing leg kick-out’s to continue building strength in his knee. This exercise also stretches out the ligaments in his knee.
Mr. Luth is currently pressing down on Logan’s Femur and Tibia. The pressure is being applied right at the bottom of the Femur and the top of the Tibia. This stretch loosens Logan’s Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) and Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL). These ligaments are responsible for keeping the knee from twisting out of place.
Mr. Luth is stretching Logan’s knee by pressing it back towards his chest. This does the same thing as the picture before, but in the opposite direction.
The GameReady machine is hooked up to Logan leg. This machine applies freezing cold water all around Logan’s knee and causes the pins and needles effect. This reduces inflammation and allows the ligaments in the knee to move and stretch like normal.
Mr. Luth is teaching me new information about the structure of the knee.
This is the exercise bike that Logan uses to warm up for most of his sessions of physical therapy. The bike has many options to adjust the incline and resistance on the user. This machine allows Logan to warm up the ligaments in his knee in a controlled environment.
The interface of the exercise bike allows for many options to adjust Logan’s ride.
This is the piece of equipment Logan uses to do step-ups. It allows for complete stretching of his calve before he advances into more strenuous activity.
This is a picture of me and my mentor the day I asked him to be my mentor for senior project.