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The effect of proximal dynamic stabilizazion on hand muscle strength
Dzvoník, Ján ; Kobesová, Alena (advisor) ; Ježková, Martina (referee)
The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of dynamic stabilizing strategy on handgrip and pinchgrip strength. Exercise utilized in this study was based on rehabilitative approach called Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) - a developmental kinesiology approach. The exercise program consisted of four primal developmental positions (3½ month supine position, oblique sitting position with support on forearm, position on all fours, and the "bear" position). A study file consisted of ten females who were instructed in basic scheme of DNS exercise. They were instructed to exercise at home five times weekly for a 6- weeks period. One exercise lesson took about thirty minutes. Both handgrip and pinchgrip strength was measured using the digital dynamometer CITEC CT 3001 recording maximum voluntary isometric contraction (MVIC). Three-pinch grip strength and fist grip strength was measured for both upper extremities. Fist grip strength was measured in three positions of forearm (pronation, supination and neutral position). Overall eight variables (for each extremity, grip form and position of the forearm) measured before and after exercise program were compared using the paired t-test. Significant increase in muscle strength (p<0,05) was identified for all eight variables after a 6 weeks exercise...
Therapeutic options and effects in the treatment of pregnancy related low back pain
Čechová, Nina ; Lepšíková, Magdaléna (advisor) ; Ježková, Martina (referee)
Back pain is very common problem that affects most pregnant women. This work focuses in the theoretical part on the distribution of back pain during pregnancy, differential diagnosis, risk factors, prevention and treatment possibilities. Our study involves 272 women that evaluated thein state during pregnancy completing the questionnaire. 85% of women stated back pain during pregnancy and only 8.8% of that consulted their problem with an expert. As a risk factors of pain was confirmed multiparity and younger age of women. BMI as a risk factor wasn't confirmed. Physical activity performed before a woman becoming pregnant as a risc factor reducing the back pain wasn' t confirmed. The incidence of urinary incontinence during pregnancy increases. In our questionnaire, it was confirmed by 22.8% of women. Women's awareness of the support strip was good, but only 7.9% of women benefited from this type of equipment.
Functional changes of postural syndrome in patients with a scar in the abdominal region
Znamenáčková, Radka ; Truc, Michal (advisor) ; Ježková, Martina (referee)
This diploma thesis brings together findings concerning the problematic of postsurgical active scars putting the stress on postsurgical abdominal scars. It deals with a patofysiology of active scars. First part summarizes case studies concerning diagnostic, manual treatment of active scar tissue and clinical importance of active scars. Second one presents examination of after-hysterectomy patients. Results suggest that active abdominal scar can disturb locomotor system function. In fact it can cause locomotor dysfunction and may contribute to painful conditions of the locomotor system. Powered by TCPDF (
Neglect syndrome from the viewpoint of physiotherapy
Strnadová, Helena ; Truc, Michal (advisor) ; Ježková, Martina (referee)
Náplní této bakalářské práce jsou informace o Nsy a o vybraných možnostech jeho terapie. V obecné části je Nsy definován, je podrobně rozebírána jeho patofyziologická podstata. Dále je pojednáno o klasifikaci, popsán je klinický obraz postižených neglectem a na závěr je uvedena diagnostika tohoto onemocnění. Speciální část se nejprve zabývá principy a průběhem léčebné rehabilitace v neurologii. Dále je pozornost zaměřena na specifika neurorehabilitace Nsy, na terapeutické intervence fyzioterapie a ergoterapie. Stručně je zmíněna také úloha neuropsychologie v terpii neglectu. Na závěr jsou shrnuty poznatky o suplementárních technikách, které významným způsobem podporují rekonvalescenci postižených Nsy. Powered by TCPDF (
Physiotherapy in prevention and therapy of perineal injuries and episiotomies
Burianová, Eliška ; Ježková, Martina (advisor) ; Havlíčková, Michaela (referee)
This bachelor's thesis summarizes the information of pelvic floor function and perineal injuries that are caused by the delivery. In the theoretical part of this thesis are described anatomical structures in the pelvic area and their changes during the pregnancy and the puerperium. The main part of the thesis is focused on possibilities of preventing the perineal injuries. There are described problems that are caused by perineal lesions and dysfunction of the pelvic floor. Options of physiotherapeutic treatment of these problems are discussed as well. The practical part of the thesis is supplemented with a case study of a pregnant patient, who was preparing to the delivery during pregnancy with the goal of preventing perineal injury. The case study is completed with anamnestic data collection and analysis of kinesiology of the patient in pregnancy and after the delivery. A therapeutic plan is a part of the case study as well. The thesis is supplemented with the results of executed questionnaire survey of 49 patients after vaginal delivery.
Ballroom dance as a leisure activity
Ježková, Martina ; Dvořáčková, Hana (advisor) ; Leontovyčová, Jana (referee)
Annotation: This thesis aims to reveal to the general public, what dance is in the eyes of professional dancers, and to recommend ballroom dancing as one of the very good ways to meaningfully use their free time. The aim is to find out how pupils and students under 20 years of age spend their free time and how they perceive dance as a leisure activity. This work is divided into theoretical and empirical part. In the theoretical part, I explain the concept of free time and the importance of meaningful use of it. Further, I detail the history of dance, which shows why people started to dance and what it yields to them. The theoretical part also includes information about the dance sport, institutions providing dance training, sports nutrition, and also the fact that dance can help and heal. The empirical part is devoted to questionnaires measuring how much of their free time children spend on dance activities, and guided interviews with professional dancers who let us peek into their dance world. These dancers will answer the questions: why dancing became their way of life, what positives and negatives it brings, what is so beautiful and liberating about the dance, and also why a place called Blackpool is often mentioned in the dance environment.
Early rehabilitation after total hip replacement - the difference in patients operated from anterior and anterolateral approach.
Piruchtová, Karolína ; Teyssler, Petr (advisor) ; Ježková, Martina (referee)
Total hip replacement is one of the most common surgeries in orthopedics. Complete hip replacement can be addressed with several different types of surgical approaches. In this work we deal mainly with the anterior and anterolateral approach. The theoretical part of this work summarizes the basic knowledge about the anatomy, kinesiology of the hip joint and the prearthrotic causes leading to complete hip replacement. Furthermore, the types of surgical approaches, types of total endoprostheses are mentioned and the knowledge about soft tissue healing and early postoperative rehabilitation is summarized. The aim of this work is to determine whether rehabilitation will be faster in the first days after surgery in patients operated by the anterior approach, depending on the gentle approach and respect for anatomical structures, compared to the anterolateral approach. We present a group of 24 patients, 12 of whom underwent anterior approach and 12 anterolateral approach. In the practical part we evaluate and compare early postoperative rehabilitation in both approaches. The parameters we evaluate are the muscular strength of abduction, flexion and extension in the hip joint. Furthermore, the passive and active range of motion in the hip joint during abduction, flexion and extension. We also evaluate...
Utilisation of visceral manipulation in gynecology
Pochmanová, Lucie ; Michalčinová, Klaudia (advisor) ; Ježková, Martina (referee)
Visceral manipulation (VM) is a fine manual technique focused on manipulation with organs and their fasciae. Fasciae surround organs allowing their movement and connecting them. Their movement can be limited after surgery, stress, inflammation or as a result of a poor posture. By the using of VM, a therapist can locate and subsequently alleviate increased tension from parts of the body. The theoretical part of this bachelor thesis summarises the knowledge about the use of visceral manipulation in gynaecology. The practical part comprises case studies of four patients. These case studies are concerned with the use of physiotherapy with elements of visceral manipulation during the treatment of painful menstruation (Dysmenorrhea). Each case study contains the case history, initial and final kinesiological analysis and the description of the therapy and autotherapy. The length of the physiotherapeutical intervention was six months for each patient. Objective evaluation of the effect of the therapy was achieved by cooperation with the gynaecologist who examined the patients before the start of the physiotherapeutical intervention and subsequently after its end, i.e. after six months. The examination comprised hormonal profile analysis, ultrasound examination (to determine the position and size of the...
Puerperium from the perspective of physiotherapy
Šimánková, Marie ; Ježková, Martina (advisor) ; Havlíčková, Michaela (referee)
This diploma thesis explores the ways in which physiotherapeutic procedures and concepts can be used to positively affect puerperium after a physiological childbirth. The beginning of the theoretical part describes the physiology of puerperium, lactation, women's psychological well- being during the postpartum period and postpartum complications. The main part of the thesis focuses on the application of physiotherapeutic methods and concepts during puerperium. The output of this part forms an information handout with exercises appropriate throughout puerperium. In the practical part of the thesis, a questionnaire survey of two groups of women at the end of puerperium took place to objectively evaluate the effect of the information handout. The aim was to find out whether women who are prepared for the puerperium and know how to use targeted exercises to support the regeneration of the body after childbirth experience a milder course of the puerperium, feel psychologically better and evaluate their breastfeeding effectiveness more positively. The experimental group (n = 32) received the information handout during pregnancy and used it in puerperium. The control group (n = 37) did not receive the handout. The standardized Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale questionnaire was used to assess the...

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