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Effects of the therapeutic physical education program on young people with orthopaedic foot defects
Kerdová, Terezie ; Vařeková, Jitka (advisor) ; Nováková, Pavlína (referee)
Title: Effects of the therapeutic physical education program on young people with orthopaedic foot defects Objectives: This undergraduate thesis is aimed to test the effect of exercise mainly on hallux valgus and hammertoes of young people with such defects. Methods: It is a qualitative study using the research method of a case study. The effect of the 4-week therapeutic physical education program was tasted on 3 people with orthopaedic foot defects. There were 1 male and 2 female probands aged between 17 and 24 years with orthopaedic foot defects (hallux valgus, hammertoes, high arch). In all three cases, the trouble started approximately at the age of 10. The therapeutic physical education program lasted 28 days for 15 minutes a day and included sensory and motorial exercises. The methods of data collection in the entry and exit examinations were assessment of aspection and palpation, functional tests, and examination on podoscope, which was repeated 2 months after finishing the therapeutic physical education program. Continuous changes were recorded by probands in the diary, including the Visual Analog Scale (VAS). Results: After 28-days of intervention, monitoring by the podoscope showed that the pressure on the front of the foot has been reduced in case of 2 out of the 3 probands. Weight...
Shoulder pain in tetraplegics and paraplegics
Hrůzová, Zuzana ; Hlinková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Gallusová, Veronika (referee)
The theme of this bachelor thesis is pain of shoulder girdle in tetraplegics and paraplegics. The bachelor thesis consists of teoretical and practical part. In the theoretical part of the thesis I present the findings about spinal cord lesions, anatomy and kinesiology of shoulder girdle. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to present causes of shoulder girdle pain in tetraplegics and paraplegics and options how to influence it with physiotherapy. In practical part I present case study of SCI patient with pain of shoulder girdle. The case study consists of entry and final examination and photo-documentation of therapy and wheelchair propulsion.
Rehabilitation after Total Hip Replacement
Wong, Steven Chun Tak ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Mikulášová, Markéta (referee)
Thesis title: Rehabilitation after Total Hip Replacement. Aim: To examine and better understand the human hip joint, coxarthrosis, total hip replacement and the subsequent rehabilitation care. This thesis consists of a case study (special part) and a theoretical part. The subject of the case study is a 71-year-old male patient who underwent a total hip replacement due to coxarthrosis and received physiotherapy after the surgery. The case study is composed of the anamnesis of the patient, and the details of the initial kinesiological examination, final kinesiological examination, and therapeutic procedures the patient underwent. The theoretical part contains basic theoretical knowledge, such as the anatomy and kinesiology of hip joint, clinical details of coxarthrosis, basics of total hip replacement, as well as some typical components of total hip replacement rehabilitation protocols. The patient showed some improvements after the therapy program. The aim of this thesis has been achieved. I began writing this thesis after my completion of an 80-hour clinical placement at the Revmatologický ústav (Institute of Rheumatology) in Prague, Czech Republic, during the period 4th February 2019 to 15th February 2019. Keywords: coxarthrosis, hip osteoarthritis, hip replacement, hip endoprosthesis,...
Post-stroke physiotherapy treatment: A case study
Zamazalová, Romana ; Neuwirthová, Svatava (advisor) ; Hankovcová, Eva (referee)
Title: Post-stroke physiotherapy treatment: A case study Aim: Brief review of current knowledge of stroke, with emphasis on rehabilitation possibilities; followed by a case study. Summary: The theoretical part of the thesis introduces the issue from the epidemiological point of view, provides stroke definition and classification according to the mechanism of origin, deals with risk factors and possibilities of prevention. Within the clinical signs, more attention is paid to the topic of spastic hemiparesis. The following text outlines the course of stroke treatment. The rehabilitation process, its possibilities and techniques, including the use of modern technologies and virtual reality, are described in more detail. In the empirical part, a case report of a patient after haemorrhagic stroke with right-sided spastic hemiparesis and global aphasia is presented. Keywords: spastic hemiparesis, rehabilitation
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient with the Diagnosis of total hip replacement
Stříteská, Monika ; Neuwirthová, Svatava (advisor) ; Hořejší, Jan (referee)
Title: The case interpretation of physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient with total hip replacement diagnosis Aims: The aim of the thesis has been comprehensive arrangement of theoretical findings, their deepening and exercising of practical knowledge related to total hip replacement diagnosis and subsequent physiotherapeutic treatment. Summary: The thesis is divided into two parts. The first one includes theoretical knowledge of hip joint anatomy and kinesiology, furthermore coxarthrosis findings (the most often reason of necessity of hip joint alloplastic surgery), its phases, rehabilitation, surgical attitude and kinds of used total hip replacements. The other part is dedicated to a particular case of a female patient after the total hip replacement surgery, I had an opportunity to visit her during 8 treatments. At the end of the part there is a comparison of input and output kinesiological analysis and total assessment of the treatment effect. Key words: total hip replacement, hip joint, coxarthrosis, physiotherapy, case interpretation, rehabilitation
The differences in physiotherapy after implantation of total hip and knee joint replacement
KOLBABOVÁ, Petra
This bachelor thesis deals with physiotherapy after the implantation of total hip and total knee replacement. The structure of the thesis consists of theoretical and practical part. In the theoretical part there is an anatomical build of the hip and knee joint, it also includes a description of movements that can be performed in the joints. Next subchapter is devoted to total hip and total knee replacement - types, indications and contraindications to their implantation or possible genesis of complications after these orthopedic operations. The specifics of rehabilitation of total joint replacement of the mentioned joints are sequentially described. The work also acquaints with various physiotherapeutic methods and concepts which are used in the postoperative phase of rehabilitation. The last section of the theoretical part contains a description of physical therapy options that can be used as a part of physiotherapy. The qualitative research method was used to process the practical part of the thesis. The research group consisted of two patients after total hip replacement and the same number of patients were observed after replacement of the knee joint in the posthospitalization phase of rehabilitation while they were staying at the Hamza Treatment Centre in Luže - Košumberk. Observations, semi-structured interview and kinesiological analyse (input and output) were used for obtaining the dates. Then the dates were analyzed and completed by a description of the course of the therapies throughout the patient´s staying in the rehabilitation facility. After that all the dates were processed in the form of case reports and evaluated. The bachelor thesis can serve as a comprehensive overview of common and different features in physiotherapy after the implantation of total hip and total knee replacement. It is intended for both physiotherapists and the general public.
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Sanatorium with Speleotherapy for Childern Ostrov u Macochy
Vitoulová, Alena ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
Diploma thesis has been prepared as an architectural study on the completion of the Children's Hospital Ostrov u Macochy using the method of speleotherapy (in the Imperial cave). The new building respects the valuable natural surroundings (CHKO Moravian karst) and the existing sloping terrain, which adapts. Resort spa is designed as a single interconnected complex of three operations - building the house, primary school and the hospital itself. The complex includes: services to visitors, restaurant, pension, clinic, primary school, administration, children accommodation, dining, hospital and sports. The structural system of the object is combined. The idea of urban and architectural solutions is the simplicity of shapes, respecting the existing landscape, copy the shape of the terrain, functionality and aptness plan.
Rehabilitation centre, Pasohlávky
Skříčková, Alžběta ; Císař, Lukáš (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design of a rehabilitation center, which is located in the cadastral area of the village Mušov on the border of the village Pasohlávky. It is a two-storey rehabilitation center with a gym and a partial basement. The thesis deepens the initiative of Thermal Pasohlávky, which plans to build a spa resort in the same section, combining elements of spa care, recreation and sports use. The object fulfills the function of a rehabilitation medical facility. The center is designed for up to 50 patients and is functionally divided into three parts. The first part consists of rehabilitation. We will find here several exercise rooms, hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, doctor's office with waiting room and reception. Rehabilitation also includes a gym with access to the terrace and park. On the second floor we can find specialized department of ergotherapy for people with different types of disabilities and second functional part of the bulding designed for staff facilities. It is made up of staffing facilities, dressing rooms, offices and meeting rooms. The third functional part consist from the technical background of the building and is located on the ground floor. The object is designed as a wall system, built from sand-lime bricks km beta Sendvix and insulated with the ETICS thermal insulation made from mineral wool. Horizontal supporting structures are designed as reinforced concrete. The entire building is roofed with a flat roof. Wooden windows and doors are used in the building to fill the holes. Before the building is a parking lot for employees and visitors of the rehabilitation facility. The design respects the principles of barrier-free solutions. The bachelor thesis is elaborated in the form of a project documentation for the execution of the construction.
The Rehabilitation of the historical center and adjacent surroundings of Kyjov with a focus on the public space
Lípová, Markéta ; Řehák, Filip (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is “Rehabilitation of the historical center and the surrounding neighborhoods in Kyjov with main focus on public space”. Urbanistic solution covers an area in close distance from the Masaryk Square, where the effort is to offer housing in the newly designed residential district. Diploma thesis also contains a design for completion and increase of capacity of the social services complex which is adjacent to the park by Saint Josef Chapel. This park is a part of the urbanistic design as well. The studied area is bordered by the streets of Újezd, Dobrovského, Dvořákova, Klvaňova, Brandlova and Palackého třída. Although Kyjov is situated mostly on plains the studied area is in a hilly and disunited part of the city. Buildings in this area are rather low-rise and mainly used for housing purposes. The design is focused on offering varied housing, which relates to the existing buildings and develops unused public space. Scope of this diploma thesis also contains a vision for the year 2070. The vision focuses on an area currently with high-rise blocks of flats. This area is adjacent to the newly designed residential district.

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