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Evaluation of dynamic postural stability in climbers
Karšayová, Kateřina ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Stupková, Michaela (referee)
Author: Bc. Kateřina Karšayová Title: Evaluation of dynamic postural stability in climbers Objectives: The main objective of this diploma thesis is to investigate the difference of dynamic postural stability in between climbers and recreational athletes and measure all the data by computerised dynamic posturography Smart EquiTest System from Neurocom Incorporated. Methods: This is a quantitative cross-sectional study involving 40 participants aged between 22 and 29 years divided into two groups (climbers, non-climbers). Measurements of dynamic postural stability were performed on Neurocom Smart EquiTest in the Kinesiological Laboratory of Charles University, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport. Motor Control Test, Sensory Organization Test and Limits of Stability test batteries were chosen for this study. The measured data was subsequently processed by Neurocom Balance Manager Software. The following statistical methods were used to analyze the data obtained by Neurocom: Shapiro - Wilk test, Student's t-test, Mann - Whitney test and Cohen's d effect size. Results: A statistically significant difference (in favor of climbers) was found in COND6 of Sensory Organization Test, where p-value was 0,04. In Motor Control Test there was a statistically significant difference (in favor of climbers) in...
Influence of stretching on performance of pupil in athletics
Nováková, Magdalena ; Satrapová, Lenka (advisor) ; Stupková, Michaela (referee)
Title: The effect of stretching on performance of youth athletes in track and field Objectives: The difference of views on stretching as part of sports training is great, so this work aims to prove or disprove its effect on performance. The work should contribute to the awareness of domestic athletic trainers and the results will be applied practically. This work also aims to demonstrate whether the rate of shortened muscles affects the pupil's speed and endurance performance. The work is also interested in whether a strictly adhered stretching plan will reduce the amount of shortened muscles. Method: The thesis is conceived as an experimental study. The study was attended by 30 probands who were divided into two groups. To evaluate the results, a standardized test of shortened muscles according to Janda is used, as well as a run measured by hand-held stems for 2x40 and 600 meters. Result: There are great differences in the youth age between individuals with the almost same age and do the same sport. There are individuals who do not have shortened muscles, but those who have shortened almost every muscle group. The rate of shortened muscle does not affect pupil performance in athletics. Performance on the sprinter and endurance track was deteriorated or even improved, regardless of whether there...
The motion pattern of abduction in the shoulder joint in overhead throwing of softball Extraliga players
Hrdinová, Denisa ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Nováková, Tereza (referee)
Author: Bc. Denisa Hrdinová Title: The motion pattern of abduction in the shoulder joint in overhead throwing of softball Extraliga players Objectives:The aim of the thesis was to monitor and evaluate the difference in the sequence of tenses of muscle recruitment during the abduction in the shoulder joint between softball players and the general population, using surface electromyography (SEMG). A partial aim was to identify shortened muscle groups of the shoulder girdle and their influence on the timing of the abductors. Another partial aim was to evaluate the effect of shortened muscle groups on possible deficits in scapulohumeral rhythm of softball players. Methods: The experimental group (n=10) and the control group (n=10) with a total average age of 21.8 ± 1.81 (SD) participated in the kinesiological analysis with targeted examination of the shortened muscle groups and scapulohumeral rhythm. Followed by SEMG examination of muscle timing during abduction in the shoulder joint. Five muscles were monitored during 15 repetitions of motion at 70 bpm. The SEMG signal analysis was processed by rectification and smoothing in MyoResearch software by Noraxon v3.80 and statistical analysis performed in program Statistica 13.4. Results: 1. The difference in timing between the experimental and control...
Case Study of Physiotherapeutic Treatement of a Patient with the Diagnosis of Unilateral Above - Knee Amputation.
Malošíková, Andrea ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Hankovcová, Eva (referee)
Title: Case Study of Physiotherapeutic Treatement of a Patient with the Diagnosis of Unilateral Above - Knee Amputation. Objectives: The aim of this work is a summary of theoretical knowledge about amputations of lower limbs and processing of case study of patient with the diagnosis of unilateral above - knee amputation. Methods: This bachelor thesis consist of two parts. The general part includes the literature review focused on the issue of amputations of lower limbs in relation to diabetes mellitus and its therapeutics and prosthetic options. Special part consists of case study of physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient with the diagnosis of unilateral above - knee amputation. This part describes anamnesis, complex kinesiological examination, the course of each therapeutic unit and a final evaluation of therapeutic intervention. Results: This case study was created during two weeks at the turn of January and February 2019 in Ústřední vojenská nemocnice Praha. Physiotherapeutic procedures contributed to improve patient's condition. Edema of stump was reduced, extension in right hip joint increased, shortened muscles were stretched, muscle strength of higher and lower limbs increased, standing posture and gait improved. Keywords: diabetes mellitus, amputation, physiotherapy, diabetic foot...
The case study of physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient after lesion and reinsertion of ACL
Marková, Kamila ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Křížková, Štěpánka (referee)
Title of thesis: The case study of physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient after lesion and reinsertion of ACL Autor: Kamila Marková Head of the thesis: Mgr. Michaela Stupková Year of defense: 2019 Objectives: The purpose of this bachelor thesis is to summarize the theoretical knowledge about the knee joint, its anatomy, kinesiology, biomechanics and traumatology, focusing on the anterior cruciate ligament. Then to introduce the possibilities of treatment of its rupture and physiotherapeutic care after surgery. The goal of the practical part is to propose the therapeutically plan for patient with this diagnosis, monitoring and evaluating the effect of the therapy. Method: This bachelor thesis consists of two parts, theoretical and practical. The first part is concerned with theoretical knowledge about the knee joint. The second part contains entry and leaving examination of a patient and a description of therapeutic units. This part was created during bachelor practice in the hospital in Kladno. Results: Since the condition of the patient has significantly improved during the therapies, I conclude that the physiotherapeutic methods were effective. Key words: Case study knee joint, physiotherapy, anterior cruciate ligament, ACL, lesion of ACL, reinsertion
Case study of physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient with left-handed hemiparesis.
Malá, Kristýna ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Čajka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: Case study of physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient with left-handed hemiparesis. Objectives: The main target of this bachelor thesis was to compile a complete case study of physiotherapeutic treatment, which was carried out in the course of clinical work placement, including evaluation of the effect of therapies. Another objective was to obtain theoretical knowledge about the diagnosis of the patient, namely the craniocerebral trauma. Summary The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts, general and special. The general part is theoretical and compiles information about craniocerebral trauma. It deals with the anatomical description of the brain, blood supply of the brain and it explains the neurophysiological background of motion. It also deal with kinds of craniocerebral trauma, including disorders of consciousness and their treatment. The last part presents physiotherapeutic methods and techniques that can affect the state after brain injury. A special part is a case study of physiotherapeutic treatment of patient (V. H.) after craniocerebral trauma with left side hemiparesis. The work includes a complete in-and-out kinesiological examination, process of therapies and a final evaluation of the effect of the therapies. This special part is based on a three-week work with a patient in...
Case study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient with the diagnosis of total hip replacement
Jaber, Jaber ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Kolářová, Kateřina (referee)
The abstract of my study deals with the treatment of patient after total hip replacement of right hip joint after repetitive unhelpful rehabilitations of the right hip the pain was lasting from 4 years and now even during the night. My practice was at University Hospital Vinohrady. The physiotherapy program started on 16.01.2019 and ended on 29.01.2019. My thesis branched into two parts: theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part analysis everything related to the hip muscles, joints, ligaments, bones, nerves also the biomechanical and kinesiological point of view about the hip joint. In the practical part, after analysis eight sessions with my patient. Which include, all the examinations, therapy, conclusions and results. The patient had the operation at ORT. FNKV hospital at 08.01.2019. Goal of the therapy is to decrease oedema and pain, to increase rom, to increase mobility and elasticity of all soft tissues skin, fascia, ligaments, muscles, strengthening of the right leg, stability of the left leg. After making the final kinesiological examinations in comparison with the initial was significant improvement, as rom of the hip and knee joint of the right leg, strength, mobility and elasticity of the skin was improved, and oedema and pain according to VAS scale was decreased, also the...
Pedagogy of yoga due to population health targeted to inverse positions and their effectivness to physiotherapy
Hynková, Zdeňka ; Malá, Jitka (advisor) ; Stupková, Michaela (referee)
Title: Pedagogy of yoga due to population health targeted to inverse positions and their effectivness to physiotherapy Objectives: In the theoretical part of this thesis the aim is to research the pedagogy of selected inverted positions (Šíršásana, Sarvángásana, Prasárita Pádottánásana) and to subsequently evaluate their contribution to physiotherapy. In the practical part of the the thesis the aim is to determine the level of pedagogy of applied yoga in selected fitness centers of Prague and Hradec Králové in relation to public health. Methods: The thesis has a descriptive theoretical and empirical character. The theoretical part of the thesis is a form of research. The practical part of the thesis is conducted in the form of a blind experiment when an instructor of a public lesson is observed and then an interview is conducted. Results: Significant discrepancies in the pedagogy of selected inverted positions were found among the authors of yoga publications, but also between literature and yoga practice in public yoga lessons. Inverse positions are not part of each open lesson. Selected inverse positions were trained during only 13 lessons of the 20 lessons that were involved to the research. Only two of twenty lecturers had health education both of them did the right yoga pedagogy but the...
The level of equilibrium sporting abilities of gymnasts in younger school age compared to physically inactive population
Šedivá, Andrea ; Satrapová, Lenka (advisor) ; Stupková, Michaela (referee)
Title: The level of equilibrium sporting abilities of gymnasts in younger school age compared to physically inactive population. Purpose: The purpose of this diploma paper is to compare the level of equilibrium ability of younger school age sport gymnasts (i. e. of the age of 8-10 years old) to the girls at the same age, who are not taking part in sports. This level of abilities is compared based on simple static and dynamic equilibrium tests. Furthermore I would like to find out if the level of equilibrium capability influences the final place they get on gymnastic competitions. Methods: This research was made based on the group of 15 female sport gymnasts and 15 girls who are not doing sports (all of them at the age of 8-10 years old). We tasted equilibrium abilities of each testee using simple tests showing the level of static and dynamic balance. In particular we used standing stork test, blind standing stork test, standing on one leg after turning (to evaluate static balance) and blind back and forth walking (to evaluate dynamic balance). Based on measured output we set a point scale from 1 to 5 (according to the tests) to compare results. The comparison was done also using the average score of measured values. Results: After evaluotion of all measured data it is clear that the group of sports...

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