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Evaluation of postural stability of sprint kayak athletes.
Hájek, Šimon ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (referee)
Title: Evaluation of postural stability of sprint kayak athletes. Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to compare the level of thy dynamic postural stability of sprint kayakers with healthy population, which don't do any sport regularly with computerized posturography on the NeuroCom SMART EquiTest device. Methods: It is quantitative cross-sectional study. 24 sprint kayakers (experimental group) participated in this study and 40 individuals (control group), which don't do any sport on competitive level. The dynamic postural stability was evaluated with computerized posturography on the NeuroCom SMART EquiTest device in the Laboratory of Applied Kinesiology at the Department of Physiotherapy in Charles University Faculty of Physical Education and Sport. Every participant was tested once in all seven tests - - Sensory Organization Test, Motor Control Test, Adaptation Test, Limits of Stability, Rythmic Weight Shift, Weight Bearing Squat, Unilateral Stance. Data was recorded and processed by the NeuroCom Balance Manager Software and then converted into Microsoft Excel 365 programe. Data was statistically analysed by Shapiro - Wilk test, Mann - Whitney test, Pair t - test and Cohen's d. Results: Due to low number of statistically significant differences, we couldn't say that sprint kayakers have better...
Menstrual Disorders in Ballet Dancers and Orienteering Runners
Motlová, Alžběta ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (referee)
Title: Menstrual Disorders in Ballet Dancers and Orienteering Runners Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to determine prevalence of selected menstrual disorders in ballet dancers and orienteering runners. The data were analyzed and compared to available literature. Methods: The theoretical part of this thesis is a summary of available literature. The data for the research were collected by anonymous non-standardized questionnaire and processed by descriptive analysis, which was proceeded in Microsoft Excel 2010, Statistika and NCSS free version. Qualitative data were evaluated by qualitative analysis. Results: A total of 103 women participated in the research, 57 women from general population (control group), 24 ballet dancers and 22 orienteering runners. The significant higher age at menarché was found in ballet dancers group (Chi square, p = 0,038; p < 0,05) as well in group of orienteering runners (Chi square, p = 0,032; p < 0,05) compared to cotrol group. There was proved a significant deviation of prevalence of secondary amenorrhea in ballet dancers group compared to orienteering runners (Chi square, p = 0,024; p < 0,05). There was no significant difference in prevalence of dysmenorrhea among groups. We found a mild positive correlation between hours of training per week and intensity of...
Evaluation of the dynamic postural stability of competitive epee fencers
Durych, Martin ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (referee)
Title: Evaluation of the dynamic postural stability of competitive epee fencers. Objectives: The aim of this work is to objectively evaluate and compare postural stability of fencers by Neurocom EquiTest computerized dynamic posturography. Methods: The work has the character of a quantitative observational study, the aim of which was to assess and compare postural stability in sport fencers. A total of 63 probands took part in the research. The experimental group consisted of 9 fencers and 7 fencers in the age range of 20-29 years (average age = 24.19, SD = 2.70). The remaining 47 individuals formed a control group (23 men, 24 women, mean age = 25.22, SD = 2.20). Postural stability was assessed using a Neurocom SMART EquiTest. A complete range of 7 tests was used - Sensory organization test (SOT), Adaptation test (ADT), Motor control test (MCT), Unilateral stance (US), Limits of stability (LOS), Rythmic weight shift (RWS) and Weight bearing squat (WBS). In the experimental group, then additional balance tests - Single leg standing test and Stork test. The measured data were statistically processed and compared in the program R. Descriptive elements were determined for the data used for this work - mean, median, standard deviation. Data normality was assessed by the Shapiro-Wilk test. The...
Exercise and physical activities during pregnancy from the perspective of physiotherapist in the Czech republic.
Humlová, Kateřina ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (referee)
Author: Bc. Kateřina Humlová Title: Exercise and physical activities during pregnancy from the perspective of physiotherapist in the Czech Republic. Objectives: The aim of this diploma thesis is evaluate the opinions, experiences and competencies of physiotherapist from the Czech Republic in relation to work with pregnant woman, which were collected during pre- and postgraduate education. Methods: A non-standardized questionnaire was created for the Leeds of the research. The research was taken by 171 probands (physiotherapists of the Czech Republic). The data were evaluated using Microsoft Excel and mathematical software R. Results: In the examined number of physiotherapists in the Czech Republic (n = 171) it was found that over 85 % (n = 146; 85,4 %) of participating physiotherapists rand the evaluation of informatik during undergraduate study and the posibility of working with pregnant woman as insufficient. There were no statistically signifiant differences between the evaluations of respondents from different schools or between the time from graduation. More than 81 % of respondents (n = 139) were interested in pregnancy education. Interest of women dominated over interest of men. Over 71 % of respondents (n = 119) work regurarly with pregnant women and more than 73 % of respondents (n = 126)...
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient after Proximal Humerus Fracture
Blektová, Veronika ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (advisor) ; Šachová, Dana (referee)
Title: Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient after Proximal Humerus Fracture Objectives: The main aim of this thesis is to describe the possibilities of physiotherapy treatment of patients after proximal humerus fracture. The summary of theoretical knowledge, orientation in specialized literature dealing with this topic and a case study of one patient. Methods: The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts - the general part and the special part. The general part focuses on general information concerning this diagnosis, which will be accessed from specialized literature. Specifically, this part contains information about the anatomy and kinesiology of the shoulder girdle, general information about fractures of the proximal humerus, treatment options and rehabilitation. The special part contains a complex initial physiotherapy examination, therapy proposal, short and long term goals of therapy, description of individual therapies, output physiotherapy examination and the overall effect of therapy. Results: The case study of physiotherapy treatment was compiled on the basis of my bachelor practice in Centrum léčby pohybového aparátu in Prague during January and February of 2020. The result of physiotherapy treatment was reduced pain, increased range of motion and increased muscle...
A case study of physiotherapeutic care of a patient after wrist arthroplasty.
Nemec, Štěpán ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (advisor) ; Křížková, Štěpánka (referee)
Title: A case study of physiotherapeutic care of a patient after wrist arthroplasty. Objectives: The goal of this study was to describe the course of therapy of and to summarize the current knowledge of wrist arthroplasty. The participant of the study was a patient with typical physical ailments after wrist arthroplasty, which we aimed to decrease and compensate using methods of physical therapy. Methods: The thesis is divided into two parts. The general part describes the anatomy and kinesiology of the wrist joint. It also overviews the types and features of wrist endoprotheses, operational approaches, possible complications and therapeutical options. The special part deals with a case study of physiotherapeutic care of a patient after wrist arthroplasty, which consists of an initial and final kinesiological examination, description of individual therapies and assessment of the outcome of therapy. Results: We succeeded in the relaxation of antalgic shoulder position, increasing of range of motion and muscle strenght, stretching of shortened muscles, improving of fine motor skills and partially in correcting the movement stereotype of right arm abduction. We did not succeed in decreasing pins and needles sensation in the second and third finger. Conclusion: The present study accomplished all its...
The Case Study of the Physiotherapeutic Treatment of a Patient with Diagnosis a State after the Fracture of Caput Radii
Dvořáková, Dominika ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (advisor) ; El Ali, Zaher (referee)
Title: The Case Study of the Physiotherapeutic Treatment of a Patient with Diagnosis a State after the Fracture of Caput Radii Aim: The main purpouse of this bachelor thesis is a processing of a case study of the physiotherapeutic care of a patient with diagnosis a state after the fracture of caput radii on the left side. The Case study was processed during an intership in the CLPA rehabilitation centre. Another purpose is also processing of relevant theoretical informations related to the topic. Summary: The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts - the general part and the special part. The general part focuses on the theoretical informations related to the diagnoses. These informations were accessed from specialized literature. Anatomy and kineziology of the upper limb were mentioned, orhopaedy and traumatology of elbow and forearm and methods, that can be used during the rehabilitation of these fractures as well. Contain of the special part is a case study of the patient with radial head fracture. It consists anamnesis, kinesiologic evaluation in the beginning and in the end of the rehabilitation, which shows the differences and the final effect of the therapy. It also concludes all of the therapy units, that were made. Keywords: Case study, physiotherapy, fracture, therapy, caput radii,...
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient with the Diagnosis of Fracture of the Distal Radius
Bezděková, Hana ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (advisor) ; Sohrová, Jana (referee)
Author: Hana Bezděková Title: Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient with the Diagnosis of Fracture of the Distal Radius Head of the thesis: Mgr. Irena Opatrná Novotná Objectives: The main aim of this these sis to describe the possibilities of physiotherapy threatment of patient after distal radius fracture. The summary of theoretical knowledge and a case study of one patient. Methods: The theoretical part of the thesis is elaborated in the form of a literature research. It describes the important information of anatomy, kinesiology and hand function. The traumatology side discusses possible fractures in the area of the forearm, the possibilities of treating the injuries and the most commonly used physiotherapeutic methods. The special part is a case study of a patient after distal radius fracture. The special part includes input and output assesment, description of the individual therapeutic units and evaluation of the effect of the therapy. The data for the special part of the thesis were obtained in Centrum léčby pohybového aparátu in Prague, Vysočany since 13. 1. 2020 to 7. 2. 2020. Results: During the physiotherapy treatment the patient's condition improved. Swelling was reduced as well as overal pain, joint play of the joints and the range of their motion improved, reflexive...
The effect of chosen manual techniques on static and dynamic postural stability in physiotherapy students
Hrmová, Jana ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (referee)
Title: The effect of chosen manual techniques on static and dynamic postural stability in physiotherapy students. Aims: The main aim of this study is to assess the effect of chosen manual techniques on participants' static and dynamic postural stability. Summary: The study was done from May to December 2019. A total of 100 subjects aged 19-38years took part in the study. Participants were randomly divided into two groups - experimental and control. Postural stability was measured by the following tests: Star Excursion Balance test, Unipedal Stance test, Timed Up and Go test and Sit to Stand test. These standardised measurements were taken before intervention, after intervention and a week from intervention. Experimental group undertook the intervention by manual techniques, which took 20 minutes. Outcomes were written into recording sheets. Final data were processed using Microsoft Excel 2013, IBM SPSS Statistics V26 and TIBCO Statistica 13.3.0. To calculate differences, the following statistical methods were used: Shapiro-Wilk test, independent T-test and Mann-Whitney U test. To measure effect size, Cohen's d was used. The level of statistical significance was determined to α = 0,05. The clinical significance was assessed by these levels: d = 0,2-0,49 (small effect), d = 0,5-0,79 (medium effect),...

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