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The current physiotherapeutic approaches used in therapy of patients with hemiplegic shoulder - systematic review
Hadwiger, Jiří ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Maršáková, Kateřina (referee)
Title: The current physiotherapeutic approaches used in therapy of patients with hemiplegic shoulder - systematic review Objective: The main objective of this diploma thesis is the evaluation of different therapeutic approaches in rehabilitation of the hemiplegic shoulder pain, based on the available resources corresponding to the established inclusion criteria. The VAS scale was used in every included study as the primary evaluating criteria. This thesis makes effort to evaluate which physiotherapeutic method is most often used and is most effective in hemiplegic shoulder pain treatment, based on modern literal resources. Methods: This diploma thesis in processed in the form of a systematic review based on available literary resources. The first part consists of the theoretical basis and the introduction into the problematic of hemiplegic shoulder pain. The second part with the descriptive - analytical character comprises the analysis of the studies, each of which examines different interventions in hemiplegic shoulder pain treatment. Results: At the end of the systematic review, only 8 studies met the inclusion criteria of this thesis. Regarding to the strict selection criteria and the small sample size, the results of this search apply only to small group of patients. Namely patients who have...
Evalution of dynamic postural stabilization according to the lenght of the lower limbs in road cyclists
Svatek, Miroslav ; Vomáčková, Helena (advisor) ; Maršáková, Kateřina (referee)
Title: Evaluation of dynamic postural stabilization according to the lenght of the lower limbs in road cyclists Objectives: The aim of this diploma thesis is to compare and evaluate the level of dynamic postural stability among professional road cyclists and a healthy population without regular sports activities. Another goal is to find the relationship between anthropometric length of lower limbs and performance of professional road cyclists. Methods: Experimental group of professional road cyclists n = 34 probands (27 men and 7 women) with a mean age of 23.65 ± 3.45, no serious injuries, actively racing for at least 5 years and control group not regularly performing n = 33 probands (26 men and 7 women) 6 women) with an average age of 23.19 ± 2.00, without serious injuries from UK FTVS students. Dynamic postural stability testing took place in the kinesiology laboratory of the Department of Physiotherapy UK FTVS on the NeuroCom Smart EquiTest device. Each participant was always tested only once by all 7 test protocols Sensory Organization Test, Motor Control Test, Rhythmic Weight Shift, Weight Bearing Squat, Unilateral Stance, Adaptation test and Limits of Stability. The obtained data were further processed by the NeuroCom Balance Manager Software program. Z-test (Welch version of the T-test) and...
Temporomandibular disorders in relation to the psychosomatic diseases
Harásková, Kristýna ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pánek, David (referee)
Title: Temporomandibular disorders in relation to the psychosomatic diseases Objectives: The aim of this diploma thesis is to process the theoretical background using mainly foreign sources about the issue of the temporomandibular joint. Another goal of this thesis is to find out which psychosomatic diseases are associated with the development of temporomandibular disorders. Methods: The diploma thesis is processed in the form of a literature review using the databases PEDro, PubMed, Scopus and Web of Science. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first part summarizes the theoretical background about the issue of the temporomandibular joint. The second part has a descriptive - analytical character and contains an analysis of selected studies. Results: Based on the research, 12 studies met the selection criteria. The results of the included studies show that there is an association between the development of temporomandibular disorders and selected diseases from the category of psychosomatic diseases. The development of temporomandibular disorders is most often associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Key words: temporomandibular joint, disorder, psychosomatics, psychosomatic diseases
Influence of regularly repeated asymmetric load on the locomotor system in sweep rowers
Mikulík, Lukáš ; Malá, Jitka (advisor) ; Maršáková, Kateřina (referee)
Title: Influence of regularly repeated asymmetric load on the locomotor system in sweep rowers. Objectives: Aim of this diploma thesis is to compare posture, foot loading symmetries and prevalence of low back pain in a group of sweep rowers with groups of scull rowers and non-rowing probands based on the results of the pedobarographic assessment, assessment of the posture using method of moiré topography and the results obtained from the clinical assessment. Methods: Number of 21 sweep rowers, 20 scull rowers and 23 non-rowing peers were enrolled to the study of this diploma thesis. Each subject was assessed using DIERS formetic 4D and DIERS pedoscan devices. Additionally, participants in each group were assessed by FAIR test, Cluster of Laslett, triggerpoint palpation of the m. piriformis and Visual analog scale, that was used to assess intensity of pain in the lumbar region. Results: In comparison with observed scull rowers, sweep rowers showed greater rotational deviation of the trunk at the level of the L3 vertebrae and larger sway area of the COP on the left leg during quiet stance on both legs. Subsequently, sweep rowers displayed greater magnitude of scoliotic angle during walking throughout single support phase on the left leg and double support phase in the transition from the left leg to...
Physiotherapy of functional disorders of the orofacial area in wind instrument players
Havlíčková, Lucie ; Maršáková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Malá, Jitka (referee)
Title: Physiotherapy of functional disorders of the orofacial area in wind instrument players Objective: The areas of interest of this diploma thesis are temporomandibular joint (TMJ), wind instrument playing and health problems affecting the orofacial area related to playing of the wind instruments. The aim of this diploma thesis was to determine the current functional state of the orofacial area in wind instrument players and to evaluate the effectiveness of the chosen type of physical therapy. Methods: This experiment-centered pilot study included a total of 21 wind instrument players aged 15-30. After taking anamnestic data, the subjects underwent kinesiological examination focused on the orofacial area. To evaluate the results, a visual analog pain scale (VAS) and examination of the active range of motion of TMJ using a millimeter ruler were used. If the proband experienced any TMJ pain, had a reduced active range of TMJ, or both of the previous, the patient was prescribed an one month autotherapy targeted on the orofacial area. Once the therapy was finished, the probands underwent the second orofacial examination. Horn's procedure, Wilcoxon's test and Microsoft Excel 2021, were used to analyze the collected data. Results: During the initial kinesiological examination, 38 % of the woodwind...
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...

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