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The case study of the physiotherapeutic care of a patient with total endoprothesis of a knee joint
Strakoš, Filip ; Novotná, Irena (advisor) ; Sohrová, Jana (referee)
Title: The case study of the physiotherapeutic care of a patient with total endoprothesis of a knee joint Objectives: The purpose of this bachelor thesis is the processing of case reports about one patient during the bachelor's practice, which took place in the hospital Centrum léčby pohybového aparátu. This is a case study of the physiotherapeutic care of a patient with artrotic diagnosis with implantation of total endoprosthesis of the left knee joint. The patient was hospitalized on 9 January 2019 and the surgery took place on 10 January 2019. Methods: The thesis is divided into general and special part. The general part explains anatomy and kinesiology of the knee joint. Further, the thesis deals with the description of arthrotic disease, surgical treatment by application of endoprosthesis and physiotherapeutic care after surgery. The content of the special part is a case study of the patient. From physiotherapeutic methods, I used soft tissue techniques, Lewit's mobilization and postisometric relaxation, sensomotorcal stimulation by Janda, exercises according to muscle test and Kabat's method PNF. I used the foam balls, overball and underarm crutches during the individual therapies. Results: The patient co-operated during all the therapeutic units very well. The patient was satisfied with...
The effect of water-based exercise program on the functional physical fitness in elderly
Strakoš, Filip ; Kramperová, Veronika (advisor) ; Chrzanowská, Babeta (referee)
Title: The effect of water-based exercise program on the functional physical fitness in elderly Objectives: The purpose of this study was to verify the effect of water-based exercise program on functional performance in elderly. Methods: Seven elderly subjects (two men; mean age 70.5 ± 3.5 years and five women; mean age 68.6 ± 8.6 years) volunteered to participate in the study. The subjects participated in a twelve-week supervised exercise program in shallow water once a week (60 min/session). Selected parameters of body composition (body weight, TPH,% TT, TBW, ICW, ECW, ECM / BCM) were determined by multi- frequency bioimpedance electrode (device B.I.A. 2000). The level of hand grip strength was measured by hand-grip dynamometer. The level of lower extremity muscle strength was measured by the 30-Second Chair Stand Test. In order to measure the flexibility of lower back, the standardized motor test Sit and Reach Test was chosen. Results: Intervention program did not induce significant changes in the monitored parameters of body composition. The quality of muscle was unchanged, parameter ECM / BCM remains unchanged. Values of water (ICW and ECW) remained without significant changes and show some stability. A surprising finding is that after the intervention the body fat percentage increased by 7.1%...

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