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*  Constraint-induced movement therapy
The focus of CIMT is to combine restraint of the unaffected limb and intensive use of the affected limb. Types of restraints ... Physical Therapy. 87 (7): 872-878. doi:10.2522/ptj.20060202. ISSN 0031-9023. PMID 17472950. Miltner, W. H. R.; Bauder, H.; ... Some restraints restrict the wearer from using their hand and wrist, though allow use of their non-involved upper extremity for ... However, restraints that allow some use of the non-involved extremity will result in less intensive practice because the non- ...
*  Physical restraint
For restraint for medical or psychiatric purposes, see medical restraint. Physical restraints are used: primarily by police and ... See false arrest, false imprisonment). The misuse of physical restraint has resulted in many deaths. Physical restraint can be ... restraint can cause physical harm, can frighten and humiliate the victim. Restraint, specially face down restraint can re- ... Vast numbers of care staff are trained in 'physical interventions' including physical restraint, although they rarely employ ...
*  Teratology
Physical restraint. An example is Potter syndrome due to oligohydramnios in humans. Genetic disorders Alcohol consumption ... About 3% of newborns have a "major physical anomaly", meaning a physical anomaly that has cosmetic or functional significance. ... Historically, people have used many pejorative terms to describe/label cases of significant physical malformations. In the ...
*  Pain compliance
Physical restraint Torture. ... with physical aids including the use of whips and shock collars ...
*  Living Proof: The Farewell Tour
... physical restraint was mentioned.' But seriously, I figured if I didn't stop, I was going to go into permanent Marlene Dietrich ... Cher triumphed over restraint, aging and gravity, standing proudly alongside her younger selves in the video clips. In her ...
*  Glossary of BDSM
Bondage: Acts involving the physical restraint of a partner. Bondage typically refers to total restraint, however it can be ... Hogtie: To tie up a submissive's wrists and ankles, fastening them together behind their back using physical restraints such as ... Subdrop: A physical condition, often with cold- or flu-like symptoms, experienced by a submissive after an intense session of ... Bottom: one who receives physical sensation from a top in a scene; the one-done-to rather than the do-er. Breast bondage: The ...
*  Gag
Muzzle Physical restraint Lukas, J. (1969-10-30). "Seale Put in Chains At Chicago 8 Trial; Judge Has Seale Chained and Gagged ... A gag is usually an item or device designed to prevent speech, often as a restraint device to stop the subject from calling for ...
*  Badge of shame
Social stigma Public humiliation Barefoot Prison uniform Physical restraint stigma. Dictionary.com. The American Heritage ... Presenting a prisoner to the public in restraints (such as handcuffs, shackles, chains or similar devices) has always served as ... as it renders the person practically defenceless and showcases his or her physical defeat to onlookers. The effect is often ...
*  Field punishment
However physical restraint remained a theoretical (though rarely imposed) possibility. According to author Paul Ham, Australian ... 1", consisted of the convicted man being placed in fetters and handcuffs or similar restraints and attached to a fixed object, ... 1914 Manual of Military Law specifically stated that Field Punishment should not be applied in such a way as to cause physical ...
*  Jean Mercer
Mercer, Jean (August 2002). "Child psychotherapy involving physical restraint: techniques used in four approaches". Child and ... a treatment without empirical support Child psychotherapy involving physical restraint: techniques used in four approaches ( ... She is an outspoken critic of RAD therapies (also known as attachment therapy, rebirthing, compression or coercive restraint ... Mercer, Jean (July 2001). "'Attachment therapy' using deliberate restraint: an object lesson on the identification of ...
*  Commercial offshore diving
These include limiting umbilical length, and other physical restraints. Offshore diving practices are basically similar in ... Commercial diving operations are constrained by occupational health and safety legislation, but also by the physical realities ... Divers face specific physical and health risks when they go underwater or use high pressure breathing gas. When a diver enters ...
*  List of killings by law enforcement officers in the United States, July 2015
Bauer, Kelly (11 September 2015). "Man Died in Police Custody Due to Drugs, Physical Restraint: Morgue". dnainfo.com. DNA Info ...
*  False imprisonment
Actual physical restraint is not necessary for false imprisonment to occur. False imprisonment is a common-law felony and a ...
*  Attachment therapy
... there is a hands-on treatment involving physical restraint and discomfort. Attachment Therapy is the imposition of boundary ... Through this process of restraint and confrontation, therapists seek to produce in the child a range of responses such as rage ... Proponents argue that their therapies present no physical risk if undertaken properly and that critics' concerns are based on ... In addition, proponents believed that holding induced age regression, enabling a child to make up for physical affection missed ...
*  Mental illness in ancient Greece
Treatments also covered a whole range from physical restraint to counseling; they did not make much use of pharmaceuticals." ... Some believed it was the punishment of the gods while others believed it to be caused a physical problem, this led to many ... However most physicians understood mental illness was often caused by physical ailments such as an imbalance of the humors. ...
*  John B. Watson
These situations provoke rage because they are associated with physical restraint. Love: Watson said that love was an automatic ... Of course behaviorism putting an emphasis on people's external behaviors, emotions were considered as mere physical responses. ... physical support). But because older children are afraid of many things (Different animals, strange people etc...) it must be ... including that the child only cry when in physical pain, can occupy himself through his problem-solving abilities, and that the ...
*  Roller coaster phobia
Claustrophobia is the persistent illogical fear of small spaces or physical restraint. The name originates from the Latin word ... Symptoms of coasterphobia are generally classified into two different categories: physical and psychological. Common physical ... Indications for Vestibular Physical Therapy?". Physical Therapy. 85 (5): 443-458. PMID 15842192. Minton, Eric (1999). "Thrills ... In rare cases, riders may be afraid of roller coasters due to a painful ride, tight restraints, being thrown around in the ...
*  Medical restraint
Sedation Locking clothing Restraint chair "Use of Restraints". 15 Nov 2016. "Physical Restraints: Patient Who Had Fallen Should ... Medical restraints are physical restraints used during certain medical procedures to restrain patients with the minimum of ... Medical restraints are generally used to prevent people with severe physical or mental disorders from harming themselves or ... Luo H, Lin M, Castle N (Feb 2011). "Physical restraint use and falls in nursing homes: a comparison between residents with and ...
*  Effects of cannabis
If the episode is accompanied by aggression or sedation, physical restraint may be necessary. While many psychoactive drugs ... Some of the short-term physical effects of cannabis use include increased heart rate, dry mouth, reddening of the eyes ( ... Moelker, Wendy (19 Sep 2008). "How does Marijuana Affect Your Body? What are the Marijuana Physical Effects?". Kalant, H.K.; ... Exposure to marijuana may have biologically-based physical, mental, behavioral and social health consequences and is " ...
*  Exothermic welding
American practice appears to be very similar, a straightforward physical restraint of the rail. The rail is prestressed, or ...
*  State Reform School for Boys
Discipline was more parental in nature there being no physical restraints or confinement. After the first year of the trial, ... It was thought that young boys would prosper from the knowledge and physical labor of working on the farm. Additionally, it was ... There were two other forms of restraint that were called the straitjacket and the sweatbox. The straitjacket was made of ... At the time of admittance, the boys were classified by age, temperance, education level and physical abilities. This ...
*  Western State Hospital (Virginia)
Techniques such as "ankle and wrist restraints, physical coercion, and straitjackets" were used. After the passage of the ...
*  Primary polydipsia
Progressive steps might include redirection, room restriction, and increasing levels of physical restraint with monitoring. ...
*  Hogtie bondage
This risk is in addition to the normal risks of physical restraint and BDSM play. Bondage (BDSM) List of bondage positions Frog ... is a position in which a submissive's wrists and ankles are fastened together behind their back using physical restraints such ... involves connecting a person's wrists and ankles behind the back whilst lying face down using some form of physical restraints ...
*  Nancy Landry
Landry argues that only parents should be able to use physical restraint to discipline children. More than half of the ...
*  Frank Wigglesworth Clarke
His study Constants of Nature (Smithsonian Institution 1876) was one of the first collections of both physical and chemical ... Professor Clarke exhibited restraint in speaking either negatively or positively of others. His praise he reserved for the ...
*  Limb restraint
Limb restraints are physical restraints that are applied to a person's arms or legs. The application of limb restraints on both ... Limb restraints can be fabric, leather or metal. The most commonly used type of limb restraints are fabric restraints. If ... As a medical restraint, limb restraints are soft, padded cuffs which are applied to a patient to prevent the patient from ... Leather restraints are used for strong patients for whom soft restraints fail to prevent escape. They can be applied around the ...