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Influence of horse breed and type of terrain on activation of the abdominal muscles in hippotherapy
Fraňková, Věra ; Lopot, František (advisor) ; Kubový, Petr (referee)
Title: Influence of horse breed and type of terrain on activation of the abdominal muscles in hippotherapy. Purposes: The aim of the study is to find out if horse breed and type of terrain approaches muscle activation in the position of unassisted sitting Methods: The study is of intraindividual character and incudes theoretical and practical part. The activation of abdominal muscles was measured by using surface electromyography and kinematic analysis. Results: There was differance between muscle activation with a different type of terrain. Horse breed does not influence a muscle activation but the individual biomechanic of each horse. Key words: hippotherapy, hipporehabilitation, horse breed, activation of abdominal muscles, unassisted seat, therapeutic horseback riding, electromyography
Influence of horse breed and type of terrain on activation of the abdominal muscles in hippotherapy
Fraňková, Věra ; Lopot, František (advisor) ; Kubový, Petr (referee)
Title: Influence of horse breed and type of terrain on activation of the abdominal muscles in hippotherapy. Purposes: The aim of the study is to find out if horse breed and type of terrain approaches muscle activation in the position of unassisted sitting Methods: The study is of intraindividual character and incudes theoretical and practical part. The activation of abdominal muscles was measured by using surface electromyography and kinematic analysis. Results: There was differance between muscle activation with a different type of terrain. Horse breed does not influence a muscle activation but the individual biomechanic of each horse. Key words: hippotherapy, hipporehabilitation, horse breed, activation of abdominal muscles, unassisted seat, therapeutic horseback riding, electromyography
Case Study of Physiotherapy Care of Patient with the Frozen Shoulder Syndrome
Fraňková, Věra ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; El Ali, Zaher (referee)
Author: Věra Fraňková Title: Case Study of Physiotherapy Care of Patient with the Frozen Shoulder Syndrome This bachelor thesis focuses on the frozen shoulder syndrome. The thesis is devided into two main parts. The general part of the thesis deals with the theoretical knowledge to the diagnosis in terms of anatomy, kinesiology and biomechanics, as well as providing information about the shoulder examination. The thesis deals with the etiology, classification and therapy of the desease. Special section describes a detailed case report of a patient with a diagnosis of frozen shoulder syndrome. This section has been prepared on the basis of the work with the pacient during the special practise in the Centrum léčby pohybového aparátu in the period 21.1. -20. 2. 2013. Keywords: frozen shoulder syndrome, physiotherapy, case report
The Idea of Gene and some of It's Ethical Consequences
Franková, Věra ; Payne, Jan (advisor) ; Brdička, Radim (referee) ; Križan, Peter (referee)
The term gene was coined in 1909 by Wilhelm Johannsen to designate theoretical unit of genetic analysis. Concept of the gene has changed over time due to progress in genetics and its experimental practice. Currently used molecular concept is based on linear correspondence between DNA sequence and its product (Waters 2007). It also describes gene as discrete physical structure - DNA segment with clearly defined boundaries. But the investigation of wide range of genomes has put the molecular concept of gene into doubt. The aim of PhD thesis is to specify the term gene by employing mechanical, semantic and hermeneutic interpretation (Payne 2002, 101-124). It summarizes history of the gene and presents some of the biological findings that undermine the molecular concept. In biological context the gene is always connected to DNA molecule. But it can be shown that DNA functions only as a mediator or carrier, and the substance of gene is not material but it has a character of information. Therefore in the semantic view the gene is information containing instruction for development of phenotypic trait which is specified by medical or other theoretical interest. Hermeneutical interpretation of the gene can be point out in clinical genetics. Here the gene is also information containing instruction for development of...

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