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Intensive hippotherapy in children diagnosed with infantile paralysis and its short-term and intermediate effect
Kopecká, Tereza ; Pivec, Martin (advisor) ; Kulichová, Jana (referee)
Hippotherapy belongs to the family of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation methods. It especially benefits the rehabilitation care of complex neurological patients. This paper theoretically examines the methodology of hippotherapy. Further, this paper examines an evaluative survey of 21 subjects after intensive hippotherapy who were initially diagnosed with cerebral palsy. The immediate, short and medium term effect of the therapy was exami-ned. For the evaluation the intercondylic index, Collis symptom and position reaction tests were used. The testing is complemented with a questionnaire filled in by parents with 11 pa-rameters, which included changes in the functions of knowledge and psyche of the child. The results show that there is a statistically significant improvement in all examined parameters after immediate and weekly therapy. Thus this method can be recommended as a possible approach to the therapy of children with cerebral palsy. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Věra Špánová-Boudníková. Textile Art between Needlework and Conceptual Art
Kopecká, Tereza ; Rakušanová, Marie (advisor) ; Foltýnová, Marie (referee)
Kopecká_bakalářská práce_Věra Špánová-Boudníková. Textil na pomezí.txt ANNOTATION Věra Špánová-Boudníková. Textile art between needlework and conceptual art. Věra Špánová-Boudníková is an artist who chose textile as her artistic medium. She emerged on the artistic scene in 1960's. Her early works were influenced by studies of textile technologies under guidance of Bohdan Mrázek and Jindřich Vohánka and also by the new concept of "authentic tapestry". It was at that time when she met Vladimír Boudník. In the1970's and 80's artist's work went through several changes. Tapestry was liberated from the wall and became an object. Artist started to determinate herself against the decorative quality of Textile art. This tendency culminated in art works from 90's when she left handmade tapestries and started to use prefabricated textiles as a part of her objects. In this time period, artist's fellowship with the artistic group Žararaka and her active participation at group's symposiums played a significant role in her life and work. It was at these symposiums where Věra Špánová-Boudníková created her most conceptual objects and it is also where the biggest transformation of her artistic style took place. In my thesis, I tried to illustrate this transformation by detailed description of her artworks. Since 2000...
Language and style in prosaic works written by Irena Dousková
Kopecká, Tereza ; Mareš, Petr (advisor) ; Vaňková, Irena (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to provide linguistic and stylistic analysis of selected works written by Irena Dousková with focus on use of instruments of nonstandard language. A key criterion for the selection of individual texts was the presence of nonstandard language instruments in given prose. The following works were selected: a novel Hrdý Budžes (1998), a novella Někdo s nožem (2000) and a series of small proses O bílých slonech (2008). The thesis introduces Irena Dousková as a present author of both sophisticated and popular literature, summarizes the themes and critical reception of the selected works, which are further subject of linguistic and stylistic analysis. Based on the analysis results the thesis presents conclusions on trends in proses of Irena Dousková, and thus characterizes the individual style of the artist, whose main feature is a stylization of spoken communication.
Students and graduates at Faculty of Medicine of Charles University in the First Half of the Twentieth Century: Social Structure, Curriculum, Student Life, and Professional Careers
Kopecká, Tereza ; Svobodný, Petr (advisor) ; Mášová, Hana (referee) ; Křížová, Eva (referee)
Students and graduates at Faculty of Medicine of Charles University in the First Half of the Twentieth Century: Social Structure, Curriculum, Student Life, and Professional Careers Tereza Kopecká Institute for History of Medicine and Foreign Languages, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University The topic of medical studies in the first half of the twentieth century offers an interesting insight into the community of first-republic youth, developing modern medicine and universities. A prosopographical study brings the possibility to perceive the topic from multiple points of view: demographical, social, political, in terms of gender etc. The students who act as the subject of this study, have lived through a major part of the twentieth century; their common forming experience was the World War One but later, they differentiated enough to let us look inside the world of science, hospital and community medicine, underground movements, active politics and even art. Their medical carrers were influenced by the changes in organization of the public health care system that led to the loss of professional freedom. These difficulties could have been overcome by the social capital they had created yet during the school years. The main issue of the scientific life was the discontinuity caused by the World War Two...
Ordinary Day at School and in the Family in Terms of a Healthy Lifestyle
Kopecká, Tereza ; Lorenzová, Jitka (advisor) ; Sedláčková, Daniela (referee)
The theme of the thesis is the view of the day-to-day life in terms of healthy lifestyle in the family and in the school, specifically focusing younger school age pupils. The theoretical part of this work deals with the description of the basic terms, it also deals with the development stage of the pupil of the younger school age and what role plays the school and the family in his healthy lifestyle. The aim of the empirical part is to analyse the pupil's daily life in terms of healthy lifestyle. Using research questions, it has been identified which problems the pupil faces during the day in terms of eating, leisure and in psychohygienic areas. Based on these findings, recommendations have been proposed to improve this status.
Language and style in prosaic works written by Irena Dousková
Kopecká, Tereza ; Mareš, Petr (advisor) ; Vaňková, Irena (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to provide linguistic and stylistic analysis of selected works written by Irena Dousková with focus on use of instruments of nonstandard language. A key criterion for the selection of individual texts was the presence of nonstandard language instruments in given prose. The following works were selected: a novel Hrdý Budžes (1998), a novella Někdo s nožem (2000) and a series of small proses O bílých slonech (2008). The thesis introduces Irena Dousková as a present author of both sophisticated and popular literature, summarizes the themes and critical reception of the selected works, which are further subject of linguistic and stylistic analysis. Based on the analysis results the thesis presents conclusions on trends in proses of Irena Dousková, and thus characterizes the individual style of the artist, whose main feature is a stylization of spoken communication.
The case study of a physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient with total hip arthroplasty
Kopecká, Tereza ; Říha, Michal (advisor) ; Hankovcová, Eva (referee)
Title: The case study of a physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient with total hip arthroplasty. Aim: The aim of this thesis is to elaborate theoretical and practical knowledge of the diagnosis and their application while processing the case study of a patient after total hip replacement. Methods: The bachelor thesis is divided into a general and a special part. The general part is focused on the total hip replacement issue. I describe the anatomy and kinesiology of hip joint, coxarthrosis and arthroplasty of a hip joint, including the rehabilitation. The special part contains the case study of a patient after total hip replacement, including input and output kinesiology analysis, goal of the therapy, a short-term and a long-term therapy plan, therapy units and evaluation of therapy effect. The case study was processed during my internship in the Military University Hospital in Prague at the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in the period from 22th of January to 2nd of February 2015. Results: We managed toreach the aim. Patient's physical condition was increased, weakend muscles were strengthened, hypertonic muscles relaxed, shortend muscles stretched, there was an improvement in walking stereotype and release of tension of soft tissue in left lower limb. Key words: hip joint,...
Věra Špánová-Boudníková. Textile Art between Needlework and Conceptual Art
Kopecká, Tereza ; Rakušanová, Marie (advisor) ; Foltýnová, Marie (referee)
Kopecká_bakalářská práce_Věra Špánová-Boudníková. Textil na pomezí.txt ANNOTATION Věra Špánová-Boudníková. Textile art between needlework and conceptual art. Věra Špánová-Boudníková is an artist who chose textile as her artistic medium. She emerged on the artistic scene in 1960's. Her early works were influenced by studies of textile technologies under guidance of Bohdan Mrázek and Jindřich Vohánka and also by the new concept of "authentic tapestry". It was at that time when she met Vladimír Boudník. In the1970's and 80's artist's work went through several changes. Tapestry was liberated from the wall and became an object. Artist started to determinate herself against the decorative quality of Textile art. This tendency culminated in art works from 90's when she left handmade tapestries and started to use prefabricated textiles as a part of her objects. In this time period, artist's fellowship with the artistic group Žararaka and her active participation at group's symposiums played a significant role in her life and work. It was at these symposiums where Věra Špánová-Boudníková created her most conceptual objects and it is also where the biggest transformation of her artistic style took place. In my thesis, I tried to illustrate this transformation by detailed description of her artworks. Since 2000...
Intensive hippotherapy in children diagnosed with infantile paralysis and its short-term and intermediate effect
Kopecká, Tereza ; Pivec, Martin (advisor) ; Kulichová, Jana (referee)
Hippotherapy belongs to the family of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation methods. It especially benefits the rehabilitation care of complex neurological patients. This paper theoretically examines the methodology of hippotherapy. Further, this paper examines an evaluative survey of 21 subjects after intensive hippotherapy who were initially diagnosed with cerebral palsy. The immediate, short and medium term effect of the therapy was exami-ned. For the evaluation the intercondylic index, Collis symptom and position reaction tests were used. The testing is complemented with a questionnaire filled in by parents with 11 pa-rameters, which included changes in the functions of knowledge and psyche of the child. The results show that there is a statistically significant improvement in all examined parameters after immediate and weekly therapy. Thus this method can be recommended as a possible approach to the therapy of children with cerebral palsy. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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