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Dysmenorrhea and its possible treatment by physiotherapy
Keresztenyová, Nikola ; Malá, Jitka (advisor) ; Kučerová, Ilona (referee)
Title: Dysmenorrhea and its possible treatment by physiotherapy Objectives: The aim of this thesis has been to assess the effect of simple feet exercises along with the practice of pelvic floor activation and relaxation on women struggling with dysmenorrhea. Subsequently, it also deals with the issue of whether the pelvic floor treat- ment per rectum together with the exercises is more effective than just plain exercising. Methods: This research has been based on an experiment. This thesis includes both a the- oretical part and a practical part. The methods used for the practical part are as follows: questionnaire (specifically Menstrual Symptom Questionnaire), simple feet exercises, ex- ercises used for the activation and relaxation of the pelvic floor as well as the pelvic floor treatment per rectum and final processing of the gathered data into statistics. Results: The menstrual cycle of every woman is completely individual and every woman perceives it quite differently. The result of the research was that simple feet exercises along with the practice of pelvic floor activation, relaxation and the pelvic floor treatment per rectum help women struggling with dysmenorrhea. We didn't discover any data that confirms whether the pelvic floor treatment per rectum, together with the exercises, is more...
Dysfunction of pelvic floor
Divišová, Kamila ; Šorfová, Monika (advisor) ; Tlapáková, Eva (referee)
Title: Pelvic floor dysfunctions Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to determine the effect of physiotherapy based on the methodology of Ludmila Mojzisova on patients that were showing pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms. The objective is to take the clinical picture of the patients and compare it to the typical findings of Mojzisova. Also to determine which one of the clinical history events had most likely the biggest impact on the development of the dysfunction. Methodology: For the assessment of the effectiveness of the therapy on the patient, I used the pain scale called visual analogic scale (VAS), that was recorded at the beginning and at the end of the therapy. For the comparison of the clinical picture, I used the aspection while focusing on the divergence from the posture and assessment of spasms and blockades according to Mojzisova. This was completed with a test of stretching maneuvers and deep and superficial sensation. In order to determine the root cause of the problem of each patient, I used their clinical history. Findings: This diploma thesis confirmed the benefit of the Mojzisova method therapy in lowering the pain levels and improving the functional state of probands. This was further confirmed by the clinical picture of the study subjects. The most probable root cause of the...
Influence of the physical therapy on the pelvic floor rehabilitation
Podskalská, Patricie ; Hurt, Karel (advisor) ; Slámová, Adéla (referee)
OF BACHELORS THESIS Name, surname: Patricie Podskalská Supervisor: MUDr. Karel Hurt DrSc. Opponent: Title of bachelor thesis: Influece of physical therapy on the pelvic floor rehabilitation Abstract of bachelors thesis: The topic of this bachelor thesis is an influence of a physical therapy on the pelvic floor rehabilitation. The thesis consists of a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part first describes problems related to pelvic floor dysfunction and continues with the summary of the most important parts of the examination, which are performed in case of suspicion of a pelvic floor musculature disorder. In the last chapter of the theoretical part the thesis discusses individual possibilities of the physical therapy and its effects on pelvic floor muscles. The practical part consists of two case reports of patients diagnosed with a chronic pelvic pain. The patients were treated with a shock wave therapy. A subjective evaluation of pain NRS (numeric rating scale) was used to evaluate the efficiency of the therapy. The aim of the thesis is to collect informations about the pelvic floor dysfunction and particular types of physical therapy used for its treatment. Key words: pelvic floor, pelvic floor dysfunction, shock wave, magnetic stimulation, electrical stimulation
Dyspareunia and the Treatment by Physiotherapy
Čechová, Zuzana ; Hurtíková, Ida (advisor) ; Šebek, Milan (referee)
Name, surname: Zuzana Čechová Supervisor: Bc. Ida Hurtíková Opponent: Title of bachelor thesis: Dyspareunia and the Treatment by Physiotherapy ABSTRACT: The aim of this bachelor thesis is to determine the effect of Physiotherapy through treatment of Dyspareunia in selected patients, and to provide a comprehensive overview of this diagnose. In the theoretical part described the Pelvic floor muscles from anatomical and functional view and their activity in Deep stabilizing muscles and during the coitus. Next an overview of Female sexual dysfunctions included Dyspareunia, her manifests, classification, etiology and possibilities in the treatment. The practical part contains two case reports of patients diagnosed with Dyspareunia. Both patients went through gynecological, sexuological, psychological and other checkups with negative results. Assumption in these patiens is dysfunctional Pelvic floor muscles in contraction. I aimed the therapy on notification, relaxation and correct activity of the Pelvic floor muscles, concatenations and results of the general comprehensive Physiotherapy examination. I attempted to touch the psychological aspect of the patients as well. Patients had eight intense therapies during more than two months and assigned to exercise at home. Both patients improved condition, mentally,...
Comparison of the current physiotherapy approaches to incontinence in the Czech Republic and abroad
Čížková, Linda ; Sládková, Petra (advisor) ; Hálková, Jindřiška (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the topic of female urinary incontinence and its physiotherapeutic treatment options. The aim of this thesis is to introduce and compare the current physiotherapy approaches used in the Czech Republic and abroad. This thesis is composed of two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part describes physiotherapy approaches to urinary incontinence in the Czech Republic and in selected foreign countries (Australia, Canada, The United Kingdom, The United States of America, Norway, The Netherlands and Germany) - it is devoted to the description of physical examination, manual and instrumental techniques. Besides that, the theoretical part includes brief informations about the pelvic floor, physiology of micturition, and about the topic of urinary incontinence in general (definition, epidemiology, types, diagnostics and treatment options). The practical part contains a case history of one female patient suffering from stress urinary incontinence. Both Czech and foreign findings were used in the treatment of this patient. In the discussion and conclusion, the comparison of the Czech and foreign approaches is summarized and the treatment effect is evaluated. Key words: female urinary incontinence, physiotherapy, pelvic floor, approach comparison, Czech Republic,...
The possibilities of physiotherapy in dysmenorrhea
Bačíková, Miroslava ; Táborská, Silvie (advisor) ; Čápová, Eva (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Author: Miroslava BAČÍKOVÁ Supervisor:Mgr. Silvie TÁBORSKÁ Opponent: Title of bachelor thesis: The possibilities of physiotherapy in dysmenorrhea Abstract: This thesis concerns the possibilities of use of physiotherapeuthical methods by women suffering from dysmenorrhea. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part and a practical part. The theoretical part explains the process of menstruation and its difficulties. It presents the anatomy of woman's body, physiology of menstruation cycle, possible pathologies of the muscolosceletal system and their projection as pain during the menstruation cycle. It gives an overview of selected physiotherapeuthical methods used in the practical part. The practical part is focused on evaluation of questionnaire answers, examinations of randomly selected clients with dysmenorrhea, search for common pathological signs and application of physiotherapeithical methods. The purpose of this thesis is to find out the relationship between pathologies of the musculosceletal system and dysmenorrhea and possible applications of physiotherapy in pain supression. Key words: dysmenorrhea, painful menstruation, menstruation cycle, musculosceletal system, lower pelvis, cramps

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