OUTWOOD COMMUNITY VIDEO
FILMING TODAYS EVENTS FOR TOMORROWS MEMORIES
COFFEE MORNINGS 2017
PUBS AND CHIPPY'S
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PINDERFIELD’S 1944, BRITAINS FOREMOST REHABILITATION CENTRE
The painting of lampshades was a popular form of therapy. PR1
Using a loom, the patient has a weak right shoulder supported in a sling. PR2.
Special exercises for men with knee injuries. PR3.
Soldier patients with knee injuries are prone to wasting of the thigh muscles. PR4.
Tommies make toys without being aware of the remedial effect. PR5.
Special exercises for calf muscles against weight and pulley resistance. PR6.
Soldier with paralysis of the legs, given supported movement of the joints. PR7
Wounded in Normandy, fractured femurs, help to strengthen backs and arms. PR8
Young coal miner who had been caught in a belt, fractured humerus, ankle and elbow. PR9.
Basket making is a valuable exercise for patients with stiff or weak fingers. PR10.
Electrical stimulation of weak and paralysed muscles. PR11.
Toy Making, many of the toys are sent to local children's nurseries. PR12.
Music, patients move their limbs in rhythmic exercises under the nurse's directions. PR13.
Lathe work is of great benefit to patients with arm injuries. PR14.
Manual pedal fretsaw is a very useful remedial treatment for stiff ankles. PR15.
Serving under Montgomery in France in 1944 this tommie was wounded in his left arm. PR16.
1. Rug Making. 2. Special apparatus deigned to strengthen wrist and forearm. PR17.
1. Fretsaw. 2. Coal Miner receives physiotherapy. PR18.
1. Weaving. 2. Heat Therapy. PR19.
1. Exercise sling for Shoulder and elbow. 2. Parallel Bars. PR20.
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