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The sweep is similar to taking a pencil eraser and rubbing out a single letter or number. The rate of movement is about two or three cycles per second (Hertling, Kessler, 1996). ^ While classic cross-fibre frictions are just that, cross fibre, minute circular movements may also be used, although theseare not as effective (Boyling, Palastanga, 1994). & As mentioned previously, the therapist's fingers or thumb do not slide over the skin; instead, the superficial tissues are moved over the deeper ones.
Specifically, alpha motor neuron firing maintains muscle contraction. The Golgi tendon organ is able to slow this alpha neuronal firing, causing relaxation of the muscle (Guyton, 1984;Chaitow, 1988). This inhibitory effect on muscle contraction is referred to as the lengthening reaction (Chaitow, 1988). Golgi tendon organs are also part of a protective reflex to prevent muscle injury or rupture through relaxation of the muscle; this reflex is activated when an excessive load or stretch is placed on a tendon.
It is not used over uncovered or covered open or contagious skin lesions. This technique should not be performed repetitively on the limbs of clients with hypertension, heart disease, varicose veins or edema caused by a thrombus in a vein. ♦ Slow rhythmic effleurage has a sedative effect, decreasing sympathetic nervous system firing and, in turn, reducing pain and muscle hypertonicity. Quick and erratic effleurageis stimulating. Petrissage Petrissage is from the French "petrir" meaning to knead.