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The immediate effect of Russian electrical stimulation on m. abductor hallucis on postural stability in women with dysfunction of hallux valgus
Ondráčková, Anna ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Vomáčková, Helena (referee)
Title: The immediate effect of Russian electrical stimulation on m. abductor hallucis on postural stability in women with dysfunction of hallux valgus Objectives: The aim of this diploma theses is to investigate the immediate effect of Russian eletrical stimulation on m. abductor hallucis on postural stability in women with mild or moderate dysfunction of hallux valgus. Methods: This is an experimental pilot study in which 16 women aged 23-28 years participated. The entry criteria for participation in the research were: mild or moderate dysfunction of hallux valgus according to the Manchester scale, angle of hallux valgus ≥ 15ř at least on one lower limb. Probands could not participate in the research if: they completed a rehabilitation program to affect hallux valgus deformity, underwent surgery for hallux valgus deformity, suffered an injury of the lower limbs in the last six months before the start of the research or if they were pregnant. The examination of postural stability took place in the Kinesiology Laboratory of FTVS UK on the NeuroCom SMART EquiTest System posturograph. The following tests were selected: Sensory Organization Test, Motor Control Test, Weight Bearing Squat and Limits of Stability test. Russian stimulation was applied on the abductor hallucis muscle of both lower limbs...
The importance of marriage from the perspective of the current young generation
Moudrá, Marie ; Nováková, Ivana (advisor) ; Urban, Lukáš (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the importance of marriage from the perspective of the current young generation. The work focuses on aspects that affect the view of the institute of marriage. We also deal with the period of young adulthood, where we also deal with mental and physical development, which is related to this period. In our work, we also focus on unmarried cohabitation, which is a popular form of cohabitation today. It is clear from the research survey that the current young generation is still interested in the conclusion of the institute of marriage and the main reason that should lead to the conclusion of marriage for most respondents is love for a partner.
The effect of music therapy on the life of Alzheimer disease patiens
Jechová, Štěpánka ; Ondrušová, Jiřina (advisor) ; Čedík, Miloslav (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the effects of music therapy on the lives of people with Alzheimer's disease and is divided into five main chapters. The first chapter deals with the terminological definitions of dementia, informs about risk factors, symptomatology and presents other types of dementia. The next chapter introduces the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, lists the forms, progression of the disease and possible methods of diagnosis of the disease. The third chapter deals with the importance of activating clients with dementia and lists the suitable forms of activation. The following fourth chapter examines the use of music therapy on people with Alzheimer's disease. It further describes types, forms, models, musical means and musical instruments of music therapy. The final, practical part consists of a description and my findings from two music therapy sessions, which took place in the Day Care Center of the Farní charity Příbram. Part of the work also includes a case report of a client with Alzheimer's disease, enriched with the forms of natural activation used in the home environment.
Physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient after distal radius fracture: a case study
Pavlovič, Ondřej ; Vomáčková, Helena (advisor) ; Mahr, Edwin (referee)
Author: Mgr. Ondřej Pavlovič Title:Physiotherapeutic treatment of a patient after distal radius fracture: a case study Objectives: The objective of the theoretical part is to summarize general theoretical backgroud regarding distal radius fractures (DRF), objective of the special part is to present a case study describing physioterapeutic treatment of a patient after DRF. Methods: This thesis is divided into two parts. In the first, theoretical part, general principles of DRF are described, including anatomic and kinesiologic relatioships, etiology and epidemiology of fractures and their respective classifications, commonly used diagnostic methods and therapeutic possibilities. Second, special part is a case study of a patient after DRF. It includes initial and final examination, description of all therapeutical units and final evaluation of its therapeutical effect. Results: Patient's condition improved, with significant reduction of pain and swelling. There was notable improvement in range of motion and also positive influence on associated soft tissue changes and muscle imbalances of injured arm. Results were both noted subjectively by the patient and measured objectively through examination. Conclusion: Objectives of this thesis were met. Keywords: Fracture, distal radius, DRF, trauma, injury,...
Use of selected concepts for active release of myofascial tissue
Chaloupková, Barbora ; Tichá, Monika (advisor) ; Bakulová, Kateřina (referee)
bakalářské práce AJ Author: Barbora Chaloupková Tutor: Bc. Monika Tichá Title: Use of selected concepts for active release of myofascial tissue Abstract: The theoretical part of the work first describes the morphology and physiology of fascial tissue, briefly describes the muscle tissue. Furthermore there are introduced and desribed selected concepts affecting myofascial tissues of the musculoskeletal system, which use the active participation of the patient in therapy. The theoretical part of the work includes the concept of Fascial release technique, the concept of Fascial fitness and methods of myofascial autotherapy. The practical part of the bachelor thesis evaluates the concept of Fascial release technique during physiotherapeutic intervention in two patients with pain in the dorsal part of the lower limbs of functional origin. The concept of Fascial release technique was evaluated according to the data from the input and output kinesiological analysis of the treated patients, subjectively evaluated by the patients through questionnaires and from the perspective of the therapist. By both patients, their difficulties in the monitored segments of the musculoskeletal system were alleviated. Active patient participation in therapy reduces the physical demands of myofascial therapies for the...
Analysis of risk factors for development of tendinopathies in runners - literature review
Voleský, Kryštof ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Pánek, David (referee)
Title: The analysis of risk factors for tendinopathy in runners Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to find out the most important risk factor for development of Achilles tendinopathy, detect the most relevant diagnostic approach with preventive monitoring for Achilles tendinopathy and evaluate the best treatment for Achilles tendinopathy in runners. Methods: The diploma thesis is in form of literary review. The Scopus, PubMed and Web of science databases were used to search for studie using a combination of keywords. A total of 1084 titles were identified. Due to duplicates 402 titles were excluded. On the basis of the name of the article 51 titles were included. On the basis of the availability 50 titles were included. On the basis of the abstract 46 titles were included. Finally 29 titles were included in this review. Results: The most important risk factor for development of Achilles tendinopathy was training intensity for distances 1500-3000 m, week running volume >65 km or being new to running. The most relevant diagnostic approach for Achilles tendinopaty was clinical examination assessing pain (Achilles tendon pain, positive palpation test) and function (pain during physical aktivity) of Achilles tendon. This approach serves as indication for sonographic assessment of Achilles tendon...
Parkinson's disease in the context of the musculoskeletal system and rehabilitation care
Špína, Martin ; Hráský, Pavel (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: Parkinson's disease (PD) in the context of comprehensive rehabilitation Objectives: The aim of the thesis was to process knowledge about Parkinson's disease and methods of treatment. The practical part of it focused on examining the symptoms, methods of exercise and home conditions of patients with PD. The results were used to make recommendation for these patients. Methods: Within a theoretical part a survey was created and compiled for patients with PD. The survey anonymously addressed 15 respondents suffering from PD. The research took place in May 2021. The respondents' anonymisation was fully preserved. Results: People with PD mostly suffer from symptoms such as rigidity, tremor and deterioration of cognitive abilities. Over 50% of the respondents do regular exercise on a ball. A smaller number of them do Yoga. None of them had experience with Schultz's autogenous training and Jacobson's progressive muscle relaxation. Keywords: Treatment, physical activity, symptoms, Parkinson's disease, therapy, comprehensive rehabilitation.
The effect of individual components of bee venom on the human body
Spurný, Jakub ; Horníková, Daniela (advisor) ; Čapková Frydrychová, Radmila (referee)
The honeybee (Apis mellifera) uses the sting apparatus to defend itself. It consists of a sting's part and a part related to the production of poison. Bee venom is secreted by special venom glands of bees. The chemical composition of the poison is a mixture of amino acides, peptides and enzymes with the various (patho)physiological effects. Some components of bee venom, for example, cause the breakdown of red blood cells, inhibit tissue excitement, increase heart rate and mean arterial pressure or cause an allergic reaction. On the other hand, the same components of bee venom also show significant positive effects on the human body. These effects have been reported in some diseases of the nervous system (Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease), the cardiovascular system (atherosclerosis), integument (Acne vulgaris) and in the treatment of oncological diseases. For this reason, the study of bee venom components and their potential use in the therapy of various pathological conditions and diseases is important. Key words: sting apparatus; bee venom; organ system; therapy
Relaxation and therapeutic activities at a rehabilititation club within special needs primary schools
Férová, Jana ; Hájková, Vanda (advisor) ; Zulić, Marija (referee)
The purpose of this diploma thesis was to find out what type of therapies exist for pupils with combined disabilities within the Rehabilitation Club at the Special Primary School, what the course of these therapies looks like and what could be potentially improved. As part of the thesis, four research questions are answered. The theoretical part contains of the description of the comprehensive rehabilitation care which is further divided into medical, social, educational (pedagogical) and work rehabilitation. Furthermore, the theoretical part describes the individual therapies falling under the medical and the educational (pedagogical) rehabilitation. Part of the thesis is an introduction and comparison of three various organizations: educational institutions, social services and non-profit organizations. In the practical part, four research questions are defined and answered by using three methods: method of observation, interview and an analysis of pupils' documentation. It is researched what kind of therapies are being used within the Rehabilitation Club, how they are being executed, their frequency and the type of children undergoing them. The research concludes with a comparison of three different facilities whose clients suffer from severe disabilities. From the results of the research are...

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