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The relationship of back pain in show jumping and dressage riders depending on the degree of stability
Blechová, Barbora ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Vomáčková, Helena (referee)
Title: The relationship of back pain in show jumping and dressage riders depending on the degree of stability Objectives: The aim of this work is to determine the relationship between back pain in show jumping and dressage riders depending on the degree of stability. With the help of computer posturography Neurocom Smart Equitest System. Methods: In my thesis, I used the NeuroCom Smart EquiTest computerized posturograph to record and measure dynamic postural stability. This machine is mainly used to examine functional disorders in the sensory, vestibular and neuromuscular apparatus. The research sample consisted of 20. 10 jumping and 10 dressage riders. They were selected on the basis of a questionnaire sent to riders ranked 100th in the Czech rankings in their discipline in 2022. If they met the criteria, they were included in the project. Probands were aged 18-35 years, practicing horse riding every day for at least the last 10 years. The practical measurement took place in November 2023 in the Kinesiology Laboratory of the Department of Physiotherapy at FTVS UK. Each proband underwent seven consecutive tests. And only in the following order - Test of organization Sensors, Test of motor control, Test of adaptation, One-sided stance, Limits of stability, Rhythmic shift of weight, Test of squat...
The problem of unequal length of the lower limbs in children during the growth period
Příkazká, Tereza ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Stupková, Michaela (referee)
Title: The problem of unequal length of the lower limbs in children during the growth period. Objectives: Due to the comprehensiveness of the topic, part of this diploma thesis is a more detailed mapping of the issue in the context of etiopathogenetic changes of the femur and hip joint. It is an effort to draw attention to the relevance of adequately chosen treatment management and all contexts that may contribute to the resulting asymmetry and progression of changes. The research part tends to the three specifics of the selected research groups, where the analysis of correctly selected aspects is carried out with the aim of whether the generalization proves the manifestation of some researched aspect, such as gender or disability. One of the sub-goals was to find out whether the length asymmetry is reflected in the morphological changes that are part of the X-ray images of pediatric patients and whether it can help create the risk of secondary degenerative changes. The investigated groups were represented by patients of the pediatric orthopedic department of the Bulovka University Hospital with diagnoses of Legg-Calvé-Perthes morbus, coxa vara adolescentinum and limb length discrepancy - acquired. Methods: Using the program Microsoft - Excel 2016, descriptive analysis and data processing of the...
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of an Adult Patient after a liver transplant
Mahenová, Barbora ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Nováková, Tereza (referee)
Author: Barbora Mahenová Supervisor: Mgr. Michaela Stupková Title: Case report of physiotherapeutic care of an adult patient after liver transplantation Objectives: The main aim of this bachelor thesis is to summarize the theoretical information about liver transplantation and to prepare a detailed case report of an adult patient who underwent this surgery. Methods: The theoretical part summarizes the knowledge about liver transplantation, specifically about indications and contraindications for transplantation, waiting list, organ donation, complications of the procedure, immunosuppressive therapy and quality of life of patients after liver transplantation. Furthermore, the theoretical part covers the general principles of rehabilitation after transplantation and physiotherapeutic examination and therapeutic methods and procedures. The special part includes a detailed case study of physiotherapeutic care of a patient who has undergone liver transplantation. The case report also includes a description of the therapies that took place as part of a continuous professional practice at the Institute of Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Prague between January and February 2023. Results: The patient achieved an improvement in fitness and a significant reduction in pain in the surgical wound area over...
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient After an Artificial Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Lilleleht, Laura-Liisa ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Oplt, Vojtěch (referee)
Author: Laura-Liisa Lilleleht Supervisor: Mgr. Michaela Stupková Title: Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient After an Artificial Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to describe and understand the anatomy, biomechanics, and kinesiology of the knee joint. The theoretical part also consists of information about the ACL ligament reconstruction and recovery after the reconstruction. The second part of the thesis is written based on a physiotherapeutic methods used during the rehabilitation process including initial kinesiological examination, day to day therapy, and final kinesiological examination, and evaluation of the therapy process to understand the therapy effect on patient. Methods: All methods used were noninvasive. The information in the theoretical and practical part of the thesis are based on knowledge gained in Faculty of Physical Education and Sports in Charles University. Each physiotherapeutic method used was discussed with the supervisor at Medicentrum Praha to ensure patient's well-being. Results: Patient had 8 therapy sessions in total and patient was motivated anf hard-working during the whole therapy process. During the therapy all the short-term therapeutic goals were achieved, which included improved range of motion of the...
Case study of physiotherapy Early Phase Rehabilitation and Adaptation following Lower Limb Amputation
Fiala, Lucie ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Vomáčková, Helena (referee)
V Abstract (in English) Author: Lucie Fiala Title: Case study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient with Transfemoral Amputation Objectives: The thesis is structured in three main parts. The first part provides background information on lower limb amputations, covering the etiology, prevalence, clinical picture, etiology, prevalence, types of lower limb amputations, prosthetics, prognosis, complications, and patho-kinesiology. The second part covers the physiotherapy and rehabilitation that goes into lower limb amputations and currently available treatments. The final part presents a case study conducted at the Nemocnice na Homolce, including detailed examinations, therapy interventions, results evaluation, and 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 goniometry, anthropometric measurements, posture and gait examinations and training, breathing pattern, muscle strength tests, and movement pattern. The methods used for the patient therapy were primarily strengthening exercises, stretching, soft tissue therapy, and PIR. No invasive methods were used. The main goals of the therapy were to reduce the pain and edema, improve mobility, balance, and coordination,...
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient after Osteosynthesis of the Ankle Joint
Šašková, Karolína ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Nováková, Tereza (referee)
Title: Case study of physiotherapy treatment of a patient after osteosynthesis of the ankle joint Objectives: The main aim of this paper is to summarize the theoretical information on the treatment of ankle fractures, to present a case report of a patient diagnosed with a condition after ankle osteosynthesis, to evaluate the effect of the used therapy and to confront the used procedures with EBM. Methods: The physiotherapeutic procedures and methods used in the special part were part of the bachelor's degree in physiotherapy at FTVS UK. Only non-invasive methods were used to improve the patient's health condition. Results: The result of the therapy is a slight improvement in the patient's health. Keywords: physiotherapy, rehabilitation, fracture, osteosynthesis, ankle joint
Immediate effect of foam rolling of selected muscle groups on postural stability
Švejdová, Jana ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Vomáčková, Helena (referee)
Title: Immediate effect of foam rolling of selected muscle groups on postural stability Aims: The aim of this diploma thesis is to demonstrate the effect of single intervention of foam rolling of selected muscle groups on postural stability in young healthy sports population measured by the Neurocom SMART Equitest device. Methods: The project is an experimental pilot study with a total of 34 probands who were randomly divided into experimental and control groups. At the beginning, they all went through the postural stability measurement using the NeuroCom Smart EquiTest System. Three test protocols were selected for the measurement: Motor Control Test (MCT), Limits of Stability (LOS) and Adaptation test (ADT). The experimental group underwent foam rolling of calves, ischiocrural muscles, iliotibial tract, quadriceps, gluteus medius and minimus and erectors of the thoracic spine after the first measurement. Each muscle group was rolled for 1 minute. Immediately after the intervention, postural stability was measured again using the same protocols. The control group took the second measurement 10 minutes after the first measurement. The measured data was processed using Neurocom Balance Manager Software. The measurement results were averaged within each group and processed using MS Excel and then the...
Evaluating the effect of interventions in children with Developmental coordination disorder; Systemic Review
Alabed, Maie ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Stupková, Michaela (referee)
Aim of the study is to assess the effectiveness of intervention improving the children's performance diagnosed with developmental coordination disorder (DCD). Additionally, this study finds the optimal therapeutic intervention selection for treating DCD symptoms. Methodology A systematic review of potential literature was performed following PRISMA guidelines. A comprehensive electronic search across PubMed, Embase, Science Direct, and Google Scholar from January 2010 to October 2022 was performed among children with DCD. We assessed the standard mean difference of intervention within and between the studies. The quality assessment of randomized and non-randomized control trials is performed using the Cochrane risk of bias assessment and the Newcastle-Ottawa scale respectively. Results This review includes 19 potential studies involving 553 children with DCD. The most frequently reported experimental interventions were trampoline therapy, Wii-fit training, task- oriented training, virtual reality training, motor imaginary therapy, active video games (AVG), and cognitive orientation occupation performance (CO-OP). This study found that children in the experimental group had a higher level of improvement than those in the comparator or control group. Conclusion Body function and activity-oriented...
The case study of physiotherapeutical treatment of the patient with a diagnosis of spastic paraparesis caused by spondylodiscitis
Mydlilová, Klára ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Piruchtová, Karolína (referee)
Author: Klára Mydlilová Supervisor: Mgr. Michaela Stupková Title: The case study of physiotherapeutical treatment of the patient with a diagnosis of spastic paraparesis caused by spondylodiscitis Objectives: The aim of this bachelor thesis is to elaborate theroretical knowledge about spastic paraparesis based on spondylodiscitis. The theoretical knowledge and findings were used as a base for creating proper physiotherapeutical treatment for patient with diagnose mentioned above. Methods: The thesis is divided into two parts; the theoretical part is aimed to discuss the general definition of spondylodiscitis, its clinical aspects and diagnostic and therapeutical options. The practical part consists of kinesiological analysis, detailed description of all therapeutic units, out kinesiological analysis and the conclusion. This part demonstrates all practical findings gained at Nemocnice Vršovice at rehabilitation department in the period of 16.1.-10.2. 2023. Results: The predetermined objectives have been achieved. Thanks to the improvement that the patient showed, it can be said that the chosen physiotherapy methods had a positive effect on the patient's condition. Conclusion: Every aim that was set previously was completed and regarding to these results the positive effect of chosen therapeutical...
Evaluation of the stabilizing ability of pole dancers
Langová, Karolína ; Stupková, Michaela (advisor) ; Nováková, Tereza (referee)
Author of the thesis: Bc. Karolína Langová Title of the thesis: Evaluation of the stabilizing ability of pole dancers Objectives: The main aim of the study is to assess the static and dynamic postural stability in women regualrly practising pole dance, and to compare their stabilizing ability to women from healthy general population, who do not practise sport regularly. The next aim is to focus on the evaluation of the effect of pole dance exercise on the activity of vestibular system in static and dynamic postural stability, and compare the results to the same control group of women. Methods: The study is designed as observational, comparative and cross-sectional. 34 women within the range of 18-30 years of age took part in the study and were divided into 2 groups. Experimental group (n2=17) consisted of pole dancers, whereas women without regular physical activity (n2=17) represented control group. The measurement of static and dynamic postural stability was performed using dynamic computer posturograph NeuroCom SMART Equi Test (MCT), Rhytmic Weight Shift (RWS) and Head Shake - Sensory Organization Test (HS-SOT). Collected results of both groups were analyzed using Microsof Excel 2016 and compared. Results: In SOT protocol, no statistically significant differences were found between the groups,...

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