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Comparison of static and dynamic stability after induction of vestibular stimulation in ice hockey players and healthy population
Kasala, Lukáš ; Levínská, Kateřina (advisor) ; Čakrt, Ondřej (referee)
In this study we found out whether professional ice hockey players have better static and dynamic stability after vestibular stimulation after 20 seconds of spinning on a rotary chair compared to normal healthy population. A total of 21 probands, 8 professional men players, 1 professional woman player and 12 men from the ordinary healthy population underwent testing. Probands passed a total of 8 tests, 4 tests without vestibular stimulation and the same tests after vestibular stimulation on a rotary chair. For testing on a stabilometric platform, we used the variants parallel stance barefoot on plate, parallel stance on a foam pad, parallel stance barefoot on plate with head movement to extension, parallel stance on a foam pad with head movement to extension. The rotation time on the chair was 20 seconds at a rate of approximately 1 Hz (20 turns ± 2), followed by a stability measurement time of 30 seconds. Our measured results showed that there is not signifficant difference in static and dynamic stability between ice hockey players and healthy population after induction of vestibular stimulation.
Influence of light touch on postural balance of persons with visual impairment
Součková, Zuzana ; Čakrt, Ondřej (advisor) ; Levínská, Kateřina (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to evaluate the influence of the sensory adaptation on postural balance of persons between 10 - 20 years old. The measurement of postural balance on stabilometric desc without visual control in postural situations in different difficulty with and without light touch. For this study 10 blind probands and 10 probands without visual impairment are tested. We expect that blind ones will show better results in all of tested COP parameters in all postural situations than control group because of sensory adaptation. Keywords postural stability, static balance, visual impairment, blindness, sensory adaptation
The impact of a training on a children floorball player's level of motor skills
Čermáková, Eliška ; Urbářová, Eliška (advisor) ; Levínská, Kateřina (referee)
The popularity of floorball has been growing significantly. Floorball, as any other sport, is associated with certain health risks. Not only acute injuries but also chronic injuries have been connected with practicing sports. There is high risk of development of muscle imbalance, cumulative trauma disorders and chronic overuse, that negatively influence motor development of child. The aim of this diploma thesis was to evaluate the influence of corrective exercise on motor functions of young floorball players. Methodology: Two top Czech floorball teams of young boys has participated in the research. The observed group was composed of 79 players (Group A - 40 players, Group B - 39 players) aged 11 and 12 (the average age of 12,1 ± 0,6 SD). Short version of motor funciton test BOT-2 has been used to examine participants. Additional anamnestic data were used to run detailed analysis of factors influencing the test results. Results: The players of Tatran Střešovice and FbS Bohemians scored average percentiles of 63,45 ± 26,1 SD and 65,5 ± 27,8 SD respectively. That implies no impact of corrective exercise on results of motor funciton test (p = 0,74).However, the corrective exercise has decreased the risk of injury (p = 0,0183). The athletes playing for the team for more than 3 years have significantly...
Effect of various types of sensory and cognitive dual-tasking in high performance athlete's stance stability
Levínská, Kateřina ; Čakrt, Ondřej (advisor) ; Slabý, Kryštof (referee)
Bibliographic identification Author's first name and surname: Bc. et Bc. Kateřina Levínská Title of the master thesis: Effect of various types of sensory and cognitive dual-tasking in high performance athlete's stance stability Department: Department of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, 2nd faculty of medicine, Charles University and FN Motol Supervisor: PhDr. Ondřej Čakrt, Ph.D. The year of presentation: 2017 Abstract: This study focused on the influence of various types of cognitive and sensory dual- tasking to the stability of stance of the elite floorball players, elite floorbal players with anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and healthy controls. A total of forty probands were divided into 3 groups according to the sports activity and the history of ACL injuries. Volunteers underwent examination of bipedal and monopedal standing on a stabilometric platform using a foam pad. We chose three types of secondary task, which we tested first at probands in a sitting position. Subsequently, we combined them with a bipedal and monopedal stance on a foam mat. In secondary tests, latency of response and error rate were measured. Our results show that the combination of a postural challenging situation with a secondary task significantly more affects performance in the sensory-cognitive task than the...
History of primary schools in Týn nad Vltavou and surroundings
LEVÍNSKÁ, Kateřina
The thesis deals with educational and school development and history of certain schools in Týn nad Vltavou and its surroundings by the end of 19th century. The first part of the project guides you through a brief history of the region and later through educational and school development during different time periods. In the last chapter i describe school history of chosen schools. The story of school development in Týn nad Vltavou follows history, school buildings and their keeping, the board of school governors, teachers their duties and compensation and a notable figure of Czech history K. A. Vinařický. The history of village schools presents available historical information and events. The schools in Modrá Hůrka, Koloděje nad Lužnicí and Křtěnov were cancelled. The school building in Křtěnov still exists together with the church and the presbytery building, as a memory of the vanished village that was demolished because of the Nuclear Plant Temelín. The one-class school in Neznašov and the two-class school in Žimutice still serve their original purpose.

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