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Physiotherapy options in dialysis patients
Vernerová, Lenka ; Herbenová, Alena (advisor) ; Honců, Pavla (referee)
The aim of this work is to point the benefits of physiotherapy and the possibilities of its use in dialysis patients. It present basic information about the kidney disease, dialysis treatment and possible complications that may arise. It focus on the physical examination and possibilities to join the activity program, which takes place during the dialysis treatment or beyond. The exercises are divided into three basic phases. Each with a different structure of the excercise unit and different intensity of the given physical activity.
Use of Physiotherapy at Asthma Bronchiale in Childhood
Petržílková, Zuzana ; Jandová, Dobroslava (advisor) ; Honců, Pavla (referee)
This work deal with use of physiotherapyst methodes within the global treatment of bronchial asthma in childhood. In the first part is served a brief overview about physiology of respiration and charakteristic illness. In the next one, the main part, is present listing options, how the physiotherapy can favorably affect the process and progress of disease and describes, what need to be focus on during the treatment of children with asthma.
Influence of education and work environment on selection and view on different kinds of physiotherapy methods used in therapy of sclerosis multiplex
Miškovská, Anna ; Řasová, Kamila (advisor) ; Honců, Pavla (referee)
Objective of this thesis was verifying an influence of education and work environment on selection and view on different kinds of physiotherapy methods. It was compared diference between three units : students of 2.LF UK , 3.LF UK and experienced physioterapists, used a special anonymous questionnaire taken from PhDr.Kamila Řasová, PhD.(partly supplemented by other methods). There were 5 methods included in the research. Vojta's method ,Perfetti method, PNF method, psychomotor stimulation and Bobath. The student's results showed that views were similar only in two methods, PNF and Vojta's method. For the other methods statistically signifiant diference was found. A hypothesis of influence for education were confirmed by the results. Views of physioterapist with long experience could not be compared due to the low number of respondents from KRL Motol. The difference of view has been studied between students of 3.LF UK and physioterapist from FNKV too. There was found significant difference between students theoretical knowledges and practical experience of physioterapist.
Evaluation of the McKenzie Method in the Treatment of Postural Syndrome using Computer Kinesiology
Strejcová, Hana ; Honců, Pavla (advisor) ; Jandová, Dobroslava (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis was to evaluate the treatment in the diagnosis of the postural syndrome using McKenzie method. In the theoretical part are mentioned influences on the corrext body posture. Also it is explained, what the postural syndome is, what the cause of pain of this syndrome is and how the therapy looks like. In the practical part is studied 6 probands with this diagnosis. For evaluation was used subjective assesment of the probands and the diagnostic part of the expert and information system of Computer Kinesiology. There was improvement in the output examination of 5 probands in the segment L5 and improvement in the output examination of 4 probands in the segment L4. All probands subjectively evaluate the therapy positively.
An impact of Vojta reflex locomotion on patients with multiple sclerosis
Dvořáková, Tereza ; Řasová, Kamila (advisor) ; Honců, Pavla (referee)
Vojta reflex locomotion works on the strength of rediscovery of locomotive patterns. In this study, we investigated influence of Vojta's method to the clinical condition of patients with multiple sclerosis cerebrospinalis. There were five patients with multiple sclerosis which underwent two months Vojta reflex locomotion rehabilitation. We found out that Vojta reflex locomotion has positive influence to relief spasticity on the upper and lower extremities. The spasticity improves at all patients on average on 12, 3 %. Except improve of the spasticity, is also noticeable the increase of muscle strength (around 8 %). In the other clinical symptoms weren't found any considerable improvement in comparison with the primary condition before rehabilitation.

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