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Physiotherapy in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Dobešová, Petra ; Šebek, Milan (advisor) ; Šebková, Natálie (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Title: Physiotherapy in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Abstract: This bachelor thesis is consisting of a theoretical part and a practical part. The theoretical part is consisting of the basics of neuroanatomy needed to understand the disease, pathophysiology of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and clarify the term motor neuron disease. Then is the ALS described in more details, talks about its history, epidemiology, aetiology, diagnosis, clinical manifestation, classification, treatment and palliative care in patients with ALS. In terms of physiotherapy is first described the course of physiotherapy in the 6 stages of ALS. Subsequently, specific physiotherapeutic techniques are described, which are used in therapy with a justification of what we can influence with their help. The described techniques are respiratory physiotherapy, active exercise, dynamic neuromuscular stabilization, passive exercise and the possibility of influencing pain through physiotherapy. The practical part is consisting of an information brochure for patients with ALS in the 1st and 2nd stage of the disease and a case report of a patient in the late phase of ALS. The brochure is containing basic information about the disease and the possibilities of movement and exercise with the...
Dry needling in the therapy of functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Subtitle: Myofascial trigger points
Bečvářová, Zuzana ; Jeníček, Jakub (advisor) ; Šebek, Milan (referee)
BAKALÁŘSKÉ PRÁCE V AJ Author: Zuzana Bečvářová Supervisor: Mgr. Jakub Jeníček, Ph.D. Title: Dry needling in the therapy of functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system Subtitle: Myofascial trigger points Abstract: This bachelor's thesis has a research character and concerns the application of dry needling in the therapy of functional disorders of the musculoskeletal system. The objective of this thesis is to provide a comprehensive summary about the topic of myofascial trigger points, which are considered to be the most common cause of myofascial pain and dry needling, which presents one of the therapy options. A part of the topic summary is dedicated to the Czech legislation concerning the application of dry needling in the physiotherapy practice. The main objective of this thesis is to create a systematic research of clinical studies, which compare the efficacy of dry needling to standard methods of physiotherapy. The research includes 22 randomized clinical studies, which compare the efficacy of dry needling to manual therapy, physical therapy and a combination of physiotherapy methods. Some follow the inclusion of dry needling application into a multimodal program. The results of this research show that the effect of dry needling is at least similar or even better in comparison to the...
Use of yoga in physical therapy in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Fragnerová, Marie ; Šebek, Milan (advisor) ; Pudilová, Veronika (referee)
OF BACHELOR THESIS Title: Use of yoga in physical therapy in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Abstract This bachelor thesis is focused on the use of yoga in physical therapy in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. In the theoretical part the anatomy and physiology of the upper and lower motor neuron is explained as well as the symptoms of their lesion. Next, the problematics of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is covered. Epidemiology, etiology, symptoms and different types of ALS are explained along with the description of each stage and the possible care in each of them. The second part of the theory covers yoga, most importantly yoga breathing, the importance of it and different types of techniques. Next, the execution of the asanas and their kinesiology are described. This thesis also covers the influence of yoga on mental and physical health, but also on the health condition of an ALS patient. Practical part contains a handbook made for the purpose of this bachelor thesis. There are 4 yoga breathing techniques and 8 yoga positions that were chosen to improve breathing. This handbook was used in therapy of 2 ALS patients. The results from each therapy are part of 2 case reports that are also part of this thesis. Key words Motor neuron disease, ALS, physiotherapy, yoga, yoga breathing
The Use of Orthesis at Patients Suffering from Spastic Dystonia
Pekárková, Martina ; Šebek, Milan (advisor) ; Jakovcová, Karolína (referee)
OF BACHELOR'S THESIS Name, surname: Martina Pekárková Thesis supervisor: Ing. Milan Šebek The second reader: Title of bachelor's thesis: The Use of Orthesis at Patients Suffering from Spastic Dystonia Abstract of bachelor's thesis: The theme of this bachelor's thesis is the use of orthesis at patients suffering from spastic dystonia. The thesis consists of the theoretical and practical part. The most common causes of spastic dystonia are mentioned in the theoretical part. The key chapters of the thesis are Spastic Dystonia and Treatment. In the last chapter of the theoretical part, which deals with orthotics, its particular types and their functional use are described. The practical part of the thesis is compiled with regard to doing research based on foreign studies. Orthesis are specified on the basis of the static and dynamic use. Relevant studies were analysed and based on their results it may be said that static orthesis are not significant for their use. The application of dynamic orthesis is debatable, because in some studies their positive effect on spacticity was proved, while in others it was disproved. For lack of valid literature, in which the effect would be definitely proved or disproved, it is necessary to do some more research. The purpose of this thesis was to gather and unify...
Physiotherapy in Patients after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury of a Knee Joint. Subtitle: Focusing on the Method InternalBraceTM
Pavlíková, Lucie ; Šebek, Milan (advisor) ; Jakovcová, Karolína (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Author: Lucie Pavlíková Supervisor: Ing. Bc. Milan Šebek Opponent: Name of the bachelor thesis: Physiotherapy in Patients after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury of a Knee Joint Focusing on the Method InternalBraceTM Abstract: The bachelor thesis is focused on the issue of physiotherapy after injury of the anterior cruciate ligament of a knee joint. The thesis is divided into the theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part describes the anatomy and kinesiology of the knee joint and its structures, as well as the way of injury of the anterior cruciate ligament. The following are the most common solutions of LCA rupture (graft from ligamentum patelae and m. Semitendidosus and m. Gracilis) and subsequent physiotherapy. There is also an innovative method, the InternalBraceTM method, using FiberTape® knitted fiber. In the practical part, case reports of three patients after the operation using InternalBraceTM system are processed. Physiotherapeutic intervention was, in two patients in the acute phase, conducted according to the guidelines by method makers for seven weeks. Its aim was to verify the used methodology of rehabilitation in practice. In a third patient, the difficulties that may arise are described. Key words: FiberTape, InternalBrace, knee joint, ligamentum cruciatum...
Analysis of ergonomic sitting position and design of ergonomic seat for hemiparetic patients
Benešová, Karolína ; Slámová, Adéla (advisor) ; Šebek, Milan (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Author: Karolína Benešová Supervisor: Ing. Bc. Adéla Slámová Consultant: Ing. Petr Havlena Title: Analysis of ergonomic sitting position and design of ergonomic seat for hemiparetic patients Abstract: This bachelor thesis deals with sitting ergonomics and summarizes basic parameters of ergonomic chair, which are created for patients with hemiparesis. The bachelor thesis is divided into theoretical and practical part. In the theoretical part is described in detail the vascular supply of the brain, vascular disease, stroke and its clinical images. Furthermore, the concept of ergonomics is explained and the ergonomics of sitting are taken into account. The parameters for the ergonomic chair are based on the THERAPIA chair, so it is introduced in the theoretical part. In the practical part are processed two case reports of hemiparetic patients, which describe their sedation. The aim of this work is to create basic parameters of ergonomic chair for hemiparetic patients, which are based on studied ergonomics of the sitting and from the examination performed in patients. Key words: ergonomics, sitting position, stroke, chair
Screening of the Individual Physioterapeutic Unit in Patients with Central Hemiparesis Focused on the Time Subsidy of Individual Physioterapy and Repetition of Movements on the Individual Segments of Upper Limb during the Physioterapy
Kindlová, Michaela ; Pětioký, Jakub (advisor) ; Šebek, Milan (referee)
OF BACHELOR THESIS Author: Michaela Kindlová Supervisor: Mgr. Jakub Pětioký Title of bachelor thesis: Screening of Individual Physioterapeutic Unit in Patients with Central Hemiparesis Focused on the Time Subsidy of Individual Physiotherapy and Repetition of Movements on the Individual Segments of Upper Limb during the Physiotherapy. Abstrakt of bachelor thesis: An aim of a thesis is screening of individual conventional physiotherapeutic units and robotic-assisted rehabilitation. The screening of ergotherapy units was also included for a more comprehensive picture. The bachalor thesis is focused on upper limb therapy and the aim is to compare the intensity of the conventional therapy lead by therpist and intensity of robotic assisted rehabilitation lead by robotic system. Specifically, the time spent on upper limb training during therapy and the number of repetitive movements in each segment of the upper limb was compared. The bachelor thesis consists of two parts, theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, which is written in the form of a literary research, the issue concerning a stroke disease is summarized. This includes, for example, etiopathogenesis, incidence of disease, stroke distribution, clinical picture and classical rehabilitation options such as Bobath's concept or...
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,...
Physiotherapeutic approaches to patients with impingement syndrome
Pekárovicsová, Anna ; Šenderová, Karolína (advisor) ; Šebek, Milan (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Author's firstname and surname: Anna Pekárovicsová Bachelor thesis supervizor: Ing. Karolína Šenderová Oponent: Title of bachelor thesis: Physiotherapeutic approaches to patiens with impingement syndrome Abstract: Bachelor thesis deals with impingement syndrome of the shoulder joint. It is one of the most common lesions of the shoulder girdle. Most of the described type of impingement is subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS), on which the work is focused. SIS is a painful disorder of the arm, particularly when the movement of the upper limb is in the area above the head leaves less subacromial space and consequently there is suppression of structures in this space. In the theoretical part is described the anatomy and kinesiology of the shoulder girdle. Further is characterized SIS, its etiology of origin and possible approaches to treatment. The practical part contains a case report of a patient with SIS, along with various methods of physiotherapy that have been used in the context of therapy. The main aim of the practical part is to evaluate whether physiotherapy resulted in an increase range of motion, reduction in pain in the shoulder joint and thus led to subjective and objective benefit to the patient. For an objective assessment of pain intensity the method of visual...

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