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The use of Nordic Walking in physiotherapy
Hradiská, Lucie ; Kohoutová, Hana (advisor) ; Senetyčová, Miroslava (referee)
Title Use of Nordic Walking in physiotherapy Abstract Nordic Walking is a physical activity, which leads to a substitution of two points and three points stages. Nordic Walking demands great requirements on the circulatory and respiratory systems, increases metabolism, relieves joints and with a correct technique it involves up to 90% of the muscles. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the history of Nordic Walking and its effects on human health. There is described the way of walking with poles for different terrains and with different difficulty. There is also compared the work of chosen muscles during the classic walking and Nordic walking. There is also described an anatomy of hip join, his illness and physiotherapy. The practical part describes the methodology of research. The aim of the research was to confirm the utility of Nordic Walking in physiotherapy. The work includes two case reports of patients with diseases of the hip, the therapy, a questionnaire and Footscan measuring. The research results show that Nordic Walking has therapeutic effects on the physical and mental aspects of man. Key words Nordic Walking, hip joint, Footscan
Physiotherapy approaches to restore function in patients after ankle fracture
Hollá, Zuzana ; Senetyčová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Tichá, Monika (referee)
The aim of this work is to summarize knowledge on the issue of ankle injuries and give an algorithm physiotherapy procedures and methodologies in patients after fractures in this area. Noted that a comprehensive physiotherapy immediately after reduction leads to the restoration of joint function and prevent chronic problems. General part is devoted to the description of construction and function of the ankle joint. The mention of the types of trauma injuries and the possibility of conservative and surgical treatment. Special chapters are focused on the application of specific physiotherapy techniques and methodologies in selected patients after traumatic injury of ankle joint. Includes mention of the possibility of using prosthetic aids - kalceotics and orthotics. The practical part contains two case studies followed patients after traumatic injury of ankle joint, with the proposed training unit, the patients underwent. Key words: ankle joint, fracture, immobilization, dorsal flexion, physiotherapy
Physiotherapy in patients with Spina bifida
Kamarýtová, Jitka ; Senetyčová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Kohoutová, Hana (referee)
The purpose of my bachelor thesis is to sum up the findings related to spina bifida and to list opportunities of using physiotherapeutic approaches and methods in individual forms of this development congenital disorder. The thesis is divided in two parts - practical and theoretical. In the theoretical part, I tried to sum up the information gathered and these were then applied in the practical part. I provided a detailed explanation of different types of spina bifida as the surgery treatment and physiotherapeutic intervention depend on the clinical picture of individual forms of this disorder. In the practical part, my focus was the application of concrete physiotherapeutic approaches and methods in selected patients suffering from spina bifida.
Use of Neurodynamics as a Method of Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Strnadová, Hana ; Táborská, Silvie (advisor) ; Senetyčová, Miroslava (referee)
This Bachelor's Thesis deals with the possibility of using nervous system mobilization when treating carpal tunnel syndrome within the physiotherapeutic intervention in terms of conservative treatment. The theoretical part of the work concerns anatomical and kinesiological aspects of hand and wrist. It also describes nervus medianus, entrapment neuropathy and introduces the neurodynamics method. The practical part focuses on application of this method in two patients, who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome and who are subject to conservative treatment. The objective of the Thesis is to examine whether and how the symptoms change and if the articular range in active motion of wrist to flexion, extension and radial and ulnar duction will be influenced. After the therapy, both patients proved change in sensation symptoms, and for one of them, articular range in wrist improved. Key words: mononeuropathy, nervus medianus, carpal tunnel syndrome, neurodynamics.
Functional disorders of motion system, their diagnosis and therapy- lumbar spine
Baxová, Dana ; Senetyčová, Miroslava (referee) ; Břízová, Marie (advisor)
The aim of my bachelors work was to describe the formation of functional disorders of the motion system in details in the theoretical part. There have also been described the most commonly used methods of therapy of the functional disorders. For each individual method of therapy are given the theoretical principles of the method, indications and contraindications, examples of exercises and practice exercises, advantages and disadvantages of the method. In the practical part was performed clinical examination and then was developed casuistry in selected patient. Patients were selected in the Department of Rehabilitative Medicine. Therapy was conducted with two patiens one and half months. Each patient had six respectively seven therapies. In the beginning patients were examined, then was conducted therapy in which were used methods described in the theoretical part. Therapy was finished by final examination and evaluation of the patiens.

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