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The anterior cruciate ligament injury dependency on the menstrual cycle phase in young women
Posekaná, Pavlína ; Pešicová, Lucie (advisor) ; Havlíčková, Michaela (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis was to summarize the topic of the anterior cruciate ligament (LCA) injury dependency on the menstrual cycle phase of young women with regular sport activity. The general part describes basic knowledge about connective tissue, LCA, issues of LCA injury and related risk situations. Large chapter is dedicated to sex hormones and menstrual and ovarian cycle, which is crucial for understanding the whole topic. The main part is focused on impact of sex hormones and hormonal contraception on connective tissue, but also on muscle and nervous tissues, which might be as well important for LCA injury incidence. Next part of the thesis consists of a questionnaire survey. 52 respondents aged 15-35 with rupture or partial rupture of LCA answered the non-standardized questionnaire compiled specially for this thesis and the results were statistically processed. 14 respondents were using hormonal contraception, remaining 38 had physiological menstrual cycle. Based on the theoretical findings we expected highest incidence of LCA injuries among women without contraception in phases of menstrual cycle with highest levels of oestrogen (10th -15th day). That was confirmed (P-value: 0,0218) as well as overall lower incidence among women using contraception (P-value: 0,0006). Expected higher...
Therapeutic effect on constitutional hypermobility of the shoulder using selected elements of developmental kinesiology
Stýblová, Jaroslava ; Ježková, Martina (advisor) ; Pešicová, Lucie (referee)
Abstraction Bachelor's thesis "the therapeutic effect on constitutional hypermobility in a shoulder joint using selected elements of developmental kineziology" deals with constitutional hypermobility, joint instability in the shoulder joint and its therapeutic effect by using developmental kineziology. For the practical part of the selected kasuistika of two patients, with whom the practice was the strengthening of the muscles of the shoulder girdle, and thus affecting the instability in the joint. Therapy takes place over a period of six weeks, when probandi practiced once a week for 90 minutes with the therapist and further every day 15 minutes without a therapist. After a six-week therapy was carried out control tests. Rehabillitačním effect was achieved partial improvement of stability, coordination and propriocepce in the joints.
The anterior cruciate ligament injury dependency on the menstrual cycle phase in young women
Posekaná, Pavlína ; Pešicová, Lucie (advisor) ; Havlíčková, Michaela (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis was to summarize the topic of the anterior cruciate ligament (LCA) injury dependency on the menstrual cycle phase of young women with regular sport activity. The general part describes basic knowledge about connective tissue, LCA, issues of LCA injury and related risk situations. Large chapter is dedicated to sex hormones and menstrual and ovarian cycle, which is crucial for understanding the whole topic. The main part is focused on impact of sex hormones and hormonal contraception on connective tissue, but also on muscle and nervous tissues, which might be as well important for LCA injury incidence. Next part of the thesis consists of a questionnaire survey. 52 respondents aged 15-35 with rupture or partial rupture of LCA answered the non-standardized questionnaire compiled specially for this thesis and the results were statistically processed. 14 respondents were using hormonal contraception, remaining 38 had physiological menstrual cycle. Based on the theoretical findings we expected highest incidence of LCA injuries among women without contraception in phases of menstrual cycle with highest levels of oestrogen (10th -15th day). That was confirmed (P-value: 0,0218) as well as overall lower incidence among women using contraception (P-value: 0,0006). Expected higher...
Therapeutic effect on constitutional hypermobility of the shoulder using selected elements of developmental kinesiology
Stýblová, Jaroslava ; Ježková, Martina (advisor) ; Pešicová, Lucie (referee)
Abstraction Bachelor's thesis "the therapeutic effect on constitutional hypermobility in a shoulder joint using selected elements of developmental kineziology" deals with constitutional hypermobility, joint instability in the shoulder joint and its therapeutic effect by using developmental kineziology. For the practical part of the selected kasuistika of two patients, with whom the practice was the strengthening of the muscles of the shoulder girdle, and thus affecting the instability in the joint. Therapy takes place over a period of six weeks, when probandi practiced once a week for 90 minutes with the therapist and further every day 15 minutes without a therapist. After a six-week therapy was carried out control tests. Rehabillitačním effect was achieved partial improvement of stability, coordination and propriocepce in the joints.

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