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Hemarthrosis in hemophilia: new treatment methods and the effect of hemarthroses repetition on joints sensitivity
Teyssler, Petr ; Bobek, Vladimír (advisor) ; Jahoda, David (referee) ; Komrska, Vladimír (referee)
Intraarticular bleeding is a complication, that concerns almost every person with haemophilia. The number and heaviness of them depends on the grade of illness and on presence of inhibitor. Presence of blood inside joint cavity leads to destruction of joint cartilage and haemophilic artropathy occures. Consequent events are as follows: bleeding - synovial irritation - re-bleeding - chronic haemophilic synovitis - haemophilic artropathy. There are four main targets of this work: 1. to summarize the possibilities of treatment of chronic haemophilic artropathy with radionuclides and to rise indication criteria for that kind of treatment, 2. to evaluace retrospectively long term efficacy od radiation synovectomy with corelation to other methods of treatment, 3. to find out, if platelet-rich-plasma therapy is effective in chronic haemophilic artropathy and 4. to find out, what is the effect of repeated intraarticular bleedings on joints sensitivity. 4 hypothesis are pronounced and methodology of their confirmation or disprove is described. There are results presented of prospective study of radiation synovectomy including recommendation of treatment indication. Further, this method is compared to other ones, from the point of view of the long term efficacy in retrospective study. Beneficial effect of...
Calf muscle abreviation. The influence of foot and ankle disorders and the possibility of treatment with statical stretching.
Piruchtová, Karolína ; Teyssler, Petr (advisor) ; Ježková, Martina (referee)
The calf muscle (m. gastrocnemius) is a postural muscle with a tendency to shorten what is often present in patients with foot pain. The theoretical part summarizes the basic knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics of calf muscle and manifestations of its shortening in the periphery. There are also described the possibilities of conservative solution by static stretching and possible operative solution. The aim of this work is to find out whether the pain can be reduced or eliminated by a conservative method by static stretching in order to avoid the need for an operative solution to this problem. We present a set of 18 patients sent for rehabilitation with a focus on calf stretching. In a practical part we show 3 cases for which an individual exercise plan was introduced focusing on calf stretching for 6 months. Within 6 months, these 3 patients were goniometrically examined three times by a 3-month interval to measure the ankle range of motion (ROM). The results showed that 2 patients objectively increased ROM and subjectively got rid of pain. In 1 patient, despite the objective increase in ROM, the subjective sensation of pain still persisted. Thus, it can be shown that by static stretching we can increase the ROM and consequently affect the pain.
Hemarthrosis in hemophilia: new treatment methods and the effect of hemarthroses repetition on joints sensitivity
Teyssler, Petr ; Bobek, Vladimír (advisor) ; Jahoda, David (referee) ; Komrska, Vladimír (referee)
Intraarticular bleeding is a complication, that concerns almost every person with haemophilia. The number and heaviness of them depends on the grade of illness and on presence of inhibitor. Presence of blood inside joint cavity leads to destruction of joint cartilage and haemophilic artropathy occures. Consequent events are as follows: bleeding - synovial irritation - re-bleeding - chronic haemophilic synovitis - haemophilic artropathy. There are four main targets of this work: 1. to summarize the possibilities of treatment of chronic haemophilic artropathy with radionuclides and to rise indication criteria for that kind of treatment, 2. to evaluace retrospectively long term efficacy od radiation synovectomy with corelation to other methods of treatment, 3. to find out, if platelet-rich-plasma therapy is effective in chronic haemophilic artropathy and 4. to find out, what is the effect of repeated intraarticular bleedings on joints sensitivity. 4 hypothesis are pronounced and methodology of their confirmation or disprove is described. There are results presented of prospective study of radiation synovectomy including recommendation of treatment indication. Further, this method is compared to other ones, from the point of view of the long term efficacy in retrospective study. Beneficial effect of...
The influence of sports load on the shoulder joint in discus and javeling throwers and shot-putters
Pavelková, Pavla ; Špaňhelová, Šárka (advisor) ; Teyssler, Petr (referee)
Shoulder joint pain is a common phenomenon faced by javelin throwers, shot putters and discus throwers. Basic anatomical findings related to the glenohumeral joint are summarized in this work, followed by a description of the kinesiology of movement in the glenohumeral joint. Performed movement analysis of each sport makes the imagination of movements carried out during the throw easy. The chapter on the differential diagnostics of shoulder joint pain summarizes both transferred, muscle and joint pain. The final chapter examines the effect of kinetic activities on an athlete's joint. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Patellofemoral pain syndrome and its affection by patellar taping
Krajíček, Tomáš ; Truc, Michal (advisor) ; Teyssler, Petr (referee)
Diploma thesis "Patellofemoral pain syndrome and its affection by patellar taping" consists of two parts. The first general part summarises all present knowledge in the field of classification, diagnostics and therapy of this syndrome. The experimental part investigates a partial area of conservative therapy and a patellar taping technique according to McConnell. With the use of EMG records of a group of patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome it assesses the immediate effect of patellar taping on the pain intesity and timing of m. vastus medialis obliquus to m. vastus lateralis throughout three different movements. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Physiotherapy of soft tissue disorders due to overload
Goll, David ; Teyssler, Petr (advisor) ; Bitnar, Petr (referee)
The thesis " Physiotherapy of soft hand weavings disorders resulting from postneuritic over freight" is bent on weightiest consequence of over freight of hand flexor sinews, which is rupture and on one of weightiest consequences of accident states of sinews, which is transcision. Rupture and transcision of hand flexor sinews is cured in a similar surgical way, by suture and coincident is as well the subsequent alteration postoperative care. The aim of my diploma work that ties on my baccalaureate work, is rounded up from the expert literature, especially the foreign one, researching the information of possibilities and meaning of rehabilitative care in those specific problems and these information then virtually compare with the choice study sample inmates. I hereto directed everything, so as I could in the end answers the questions: what meaning has rehabilitation and whether there is any universal method that could be applied in the appropriate manner. In its experimental parts the diploma work succeeded to prove the evidence, that the rehabilitation holds irreplaceable space in therapy of hand flexor sinews after effected sutures. The study proves the obvious difference in results between the group that passed the rehabilitation therapy and the group that the rehabilitation didn't undergo. The tracked...
The influence of physiotherapy on the function of the hand following an overload and traumatic conditions
Goll, David ; Teyssler, Petr (advisor) ; Gilbertová, Sylva (referee)
This Bachelor theses deals with the influence of physiotherapy on functioning of hand after being overworked and after being injured in climbing sport. The anatomy and ontogenetic development of motioning, mobility of hand is described here. For comparison there are four other studies on the same topic. The biomechanics of burdening fingers of hand is also mentioned here. Furthermore classification of injuries and damages of hand are dealt with as well as description of the causes of their inceptions and their diagnostics and therapy aimed at the rehabilitation methods in these cases used. There are also different possibilities of prevention noted which could prevent occurrences of overburdening and injuries. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
The use of physiotherapeutic methods in treatment of the rupture of Achilles tendon
Hrubá, Kamila ; Teyssler, Petr (advisor) ; Rychnovský, Tomáš (referee)
The use of physiotherapeutic methods in treatment of the rupture of Achilles tendon Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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