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Case study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient with distortion of ankle joint
Hulinský, Filip ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Nováková, Tereza (referee)
Author: Filip Hulinský Title of the thesis: Case study of physiotherapy treatment of patient with distortion of ankle joint Supervisor: Mgr. Kateřina Maršáková Objectives: The goal of this Bachelor's thesis is to gather and present theoretical knowledge about ankle joint and distortion of this joint. This theoretical information's with addition of practical examination are collaborated to create patients specific case study. Summary: In this bachelor thesis I give attention towards the ankle joint. It is separated into two distinct parts which are theoretical and practical part. First is the theoretical part in which I introduce and present the anatomical, biomechanical, kinesiological, and overall functional structures and aspects of the ankle joint. Further more I dive into reasoning of different types of distortions, its reasoning behind why they occur, and possibilities of treatment. The second part is the practical where you may read about my experience in Centrum léčby pohybového aparátu (CLPA) where I worked with a patient that has suffered the ankle joint distortion. Practical part includes: methodical work, initial kinesiological examinations, treatment plan, day to day therapy where I explain step by step the methods of treatment that I have used and why, and final kinesiological...
Case Study of a patient with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
Pujate, Elizabete ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Hlinovská, Jana (referee)
Author: Elizabete Pujāte Title: Case study of a Patient with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease Objectives: The thesis is divided into two general parts. The first one consists of an overview of this inherited genetic disease called Charcot-Marie-Tooth, its' discovery, the clinical picture of it, etiology, prevalence in population and currently available treatments. The second part presents the case study, with respective examinations provided, applied therapy and evaluation of results and the therapy effectiveness. Methods: All examinations and treatments are based on the knowledge I have acquired in the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports of Charles University. These include examination of posture, gait, breathing pattern, goniometry, muscle strength test, muscle length test, anthropometric measurements, neurological examination, fascia examination, scar mobility testing, examination of the muscle tone, joint play examination. The methods used for the patient therapy were mainly strengthening exercises along with DNS and PNF Kabat technique, in addition we performed sensory-motor stimulation and myofascial release, through stretching, soft tissue therapy and PIR. No invasive methods were used. The main goals of the therapy was to reduce the pain of the patient, improve posture and gait, increase...
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient after reverse total shoulder arthroplasty
Pojerová, Jana ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Nováková, Tereza (referee)
Title: Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of Patient after reverse total shoulder arthroplasty Objectives: The aim of this bachelor thesis is the theoretical elaboration of the issue of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty and creation of a case study of physiotherapeutic care of a patient after implantation of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty including the evaluation of the effect of the therapy. Methods: The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts. The first is the general part, in which the theoretical treatment of the topic of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty is presented by means of a literature search. The second part is the special part, in which a case study of physiotherapeutic care of a patient after this procedure is presented. Thus, the second part contains the initial and final kinesiological examination, description of individual therapies, and finally the evaluation of the effect of the performed therapy. Results: The performed therapies had a positive effect on the patient's condition, which was confirmed by comparison of data from the initial and final kinesiological examination. The active and passive range of motion in the joint was increased and the muscle strength of the upper limb muscles was also increased. Thanks to this, the effectiveness of the performed therapy...
Case study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient with Wilson disease
Charvátová, Zuzana ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Maršáková, Kateřina (referee)
1 Abstract Author: Zuzana Charvátová Title: Case study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient with Wilson disease Objectives: Aim of the theoretical part is to summarize recent knowledge about the Wilson's disease and its possible physiotherapeutic impact. Aim of the practical part is to present the case study of the patient, who I met during my bachelor's practice in Rehabilitation Hospital of Beroun. Methods: Data for the theoretical part was obtained by systemic research of Czech and international bibliography available both in printed and electronic form. Presented case study was compiled using examining and therapeutic methods and techniques which are taught during the physiotherapy Bc. programme at FTVS UK. Results: Comparison of initial and final kinesiological examination revealed, that the physiotherapeutic treatment described in the practical part of the study contributed to the improvement of patient's condition. Conclusion: Given objectives of the study were achieved. Keywords: Wilson disease, cerebellar damage, ataxia, physiotherapy
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient After Subcapital Fracture of the Fifth Metacarpal
Dundrová, Monika ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Nováková, Tereza (referee)
Author: Monika Dundrová Title: Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient After Subcapital Fracture of the Fifth Metacarpal Objectives: The aim of the theoretical part of this bachelor's thesis is an overview of the theoretical knowledge regarding the problematics of metacarpal fractures, the possibilities of their treatment and physiotherapeutic intervention. The practical part concerns case report of a patient with subcapital fracture of the fifth metacarpal. Methods: The theoretical part of the bachelor's thesis deals with the functional anatomy of the hands and the general characteristics of fractures. It focuses on the topic of metacarpal fractures, their incidence, possible complications, prognosis, treatment and physiotherapeutic procedures. A substantial part is focused on the treatment of subcapital fractures of the fifth metacarpal. The special part consists of a case report of a patient with a diagnosis of the condition after subcapital fracture of the fifth metacarpal, which processing was performed using techniques, methods and knowledge gained during the study of physiotherapy. Results: During the four-week physiotherapeutic care, the patient's functional condition of his right hand improved significantly. At the beginning of the therapy, after the initial kinesiological...
Prevalence of asymmetric lateral disability on musculoskeletal apparatus in the neonatal age and infancy
Hanzlová, Andrea ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Maršáková, Kateřina (referee)
Title: Prevalence of asymmetric lateral disability on musculoskeletal apparatus in the neonatal age and infancy. Objective: The purpose of this research thesis was to compile issues of possible types of asymmetric musculoskeletal impairment observed in neonates and infants, identify potential causes of these asymmetries and lateral predilection for reported types of asymmetries. The main subject of discussion are just found lateral predilection of asymmetries and relationship of their causes with prenatal, perinatal or postnatal period. Methods: This thesis is structured in the form of literary research and has descriptively- analytical character. Results: On the basis of the analysis of available sources about the asymmetric musculoskeletal impairment in neonates and infants a comprehensive picture of possible types of these impairment, their causes and lateral predilections was made. The vast majority of reported asymmetric impairment seems related to prenatal or perinatal period. Key words: asymmetry in infancy, birth injuries, congenital defects, positional preference
Case Study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient with total knee replacement
Benýšková, Veronika ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Hlavičková, Růžena (referee)
Autor: Veronika Benýšková Title: Case Study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient with total knee replacement This bachelor thesis is focused on the issues and physiotherapeutic care of a patient after implantation of total knee replacement. Its general part informs about basic knowledge of knee, about the most common diseases and physiotherapeutical approaches which are being used for patiens with total knee replacement. Special part of this thesis describes case study of a patient with total knee replacement. This case study was worked out during special practice in ÚVN in Prague, Střešovice since 13th January 2011 to 3rd Ferbruary 2011.
Case Study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient after brain stroke
Tluchořová, Terezie ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Novotná, Irena (referee)
Title: Case Study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient after brain stroke Objective: Gain a theoretical knowledge about etiology, clinical symptoms, stages of disease, localization of haemorrhage and the following therapeutic methods. Method: The general part of the bachelor thesis contains theoretical knowledge about etiology, clinical symptoms, stages of disease, localization of haemorrhage and the following therapeutic methods. The practical part contains casuistry of the patient after the brain vascular stroke. Results: Light improvement of motivity and walk stability. During the therapy came to connection affected extremity to complex moves and symetric loading of lower extremities. Conclusion: Indication of physiotherapy of a patient after appeared highly active in the way of whole state health improvement. Key words: vascular stroke, haemorrhage, hemiparesis, treatment, physiotherapeutic methods.
Foot Arch in Childhood
Kellerová, Kateřina ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Maršáková, Kateřina (referee)
Author: Bc. Kateřina Kellerová Title: Foot Arch in Childhood Problem definition: The most often diagnosis related to the foot arch in childhood is definitely flexible flat foot also called pes planovalgus. Because of that this thesis will be mostly oriented on this diagnosis. There are many articles about flexible flat foot and many studies were oriented on this problem. The informations about etiology, influencing factors or therapy are sometimes discordant in different articles. But almost all of them contain one same statement which says that the prevalence of this diagnosis is decreasing as the foot arch is changing during the child's growth. It means in older children there is not flexible flat foot so often as in the younger ones. But there is no detailed description of the dynamics of these changes of the foot arch in childhood. Aim of this thesis: The aim of this thesis is to find out the development of the foot arch in children of pre-school age. In other words to run the survey to find out the changes of the foot arch in children of pre-school age which occurs in six months. Method: The survey contains anamnesis questionnare for parents and also these examinations: footprints, examination of joint laxity, mobility of hip joint, position of knee, patellae and heel, Jack's test, posibility...

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