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The influence of physiotherapy in irregular menstrual cycle
Skalická, Františka ; Fabičovic, Klaudia (advisor) ; Novotná, Klára (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Author: Františka Skalická Supervisor: Mgr. Klaudia Fabičovic Consultant: MUDr. Vendula Parmová Title of bachelor thesis: The influence of physiotherapy in irregular menstrual cycle Abstract: Menstrual cycle disorders are nowadays a very common problem for many women. These include dysmenorrhea, premenstrual syndrome, functional female sterility or luteal insufficiency. Their etiology may also be associated with musculoskeletal dysfunction. Luteal insufficiency is considered to be a luteal phase of less than 12 days. This condition may be one of the possible causes of infertility, but studies on this topic are lacking. The aim of my bachelor's thesis is to evaluate the influence of luteal insufficiency using diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in physiotherapy. Three women with luteal insufficiency underwent individually tailored physiotherapy ongoing for 6 months with the aim of prolonging the luteal phase. The symptothermal method was used to objectify the length of the luteal phase before and after therapy, allowing easy and reliable control of the menstrual cycle and increasing the likelihood of conception through accurate timing of the fertile period. The main 4 pillars of therapy were postural correction, elimination of functional changes in the musculoskeletal system,...
Stimulation of swallowing within PNF concept in patients with acquired brain injury
Matys, Václav ; Slámová, Adéla (advisor) ; Fabičovic, Klaudia (referee)
BACHELOR THESIS ABSTRACT Name, surname: Václav Matys Supervisor: Ing. Adéla Slámová Consultant: Ing. Mgr. Jana Horynová Title: Stimulation of swallowing within PNF concept in pacient with acquired brain injury A swallowing disorder often occurs as a complication in acquired brain injury diagnosis. In more serious cases it can constitute even life-threatening condition, primarily due to the risk of aspiration and possilbe subsequent development of an inflammatory lung disease. This thesis deals with a possibility of therapeutic influencing of neurogenic dysphagia with utilization of elements of the concept of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation - PNF. Contrary to the fact that exercise on the PNF basis to influence dysphagia isn't used frequently in clinical practice, it represents highly effective and for the therapist easily managable method of therapy. The practical part contains a case history of patients with dysphagia, to whom the therapy on the PNF basis was applied. The goal of the bachelor thesis is to create an educative material for a community of experts, particularly physiotherapist as well as speech pathologists or occupational therapists, and thus support interdisciplinary cooperation in the care of dysphagia patients. The result of the thesis is a formation of the therapeutic procedure...

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