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Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine

Comparison of Selected Methods for Strengthening Stabilization Muscles of Lumbar Spine in Vertebrogenic Patients

Comparison of Selected Methods for Strengthening Stabilization Muscles of Lumbar Spine in Vertebrogenic Patients

Introduction: Backache belongs to most frequent symptoms, which most of adult population encounter during life. Positive influence of strengthening stabilization muscles of...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 2/2017

Specialization: Sports medicine Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, university degree
Evaluation of Postural Stability in Aqua-Belles

Evaluation of Postural Stability in Aqua-Belles

The aim of the research was to detect, if synchronized swimming has effect on postural stability of synchronized swimmers. A sample of 113 female athletes aged 6-35, who were...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 2/2017

Specialization: Sports medicine Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, university degree
Influencing Brain Vascular event by Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation on Stroke Disease

Influencing Brain Vascular event by Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation on Stroke Disease

Stroke is the most common cause of death in developed countries right after cardiovascular and cancer diseases. Number of patients may be higher from year to year with...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 2/2017

Specialization: Sports medicine Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, university degree
Carpal Instability

Carpal Instability

The wrist is a complex joint, the kinematics of which has so far not been unambiguously described, also due to the large inter-individual morphological differences leading to...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 2/2017

Specialization: Sports medicine Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, university degree
First Experience with Virtual Reality in the Therapy of Spinal Cord Lesions

First Experience with Virtual Reality in the Therapy of Spinal Cord Lesions

This pilot study investigated a possibility of using virtual reality as a supportive therapeutic method in the therapy of incomplete spinal cord lesions. Ten probands (7 men and...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 2/2017

Specialization: Sports medicine Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, university degree
Prop Up Movement Patterns and their Effect on Patients after Total Hip Replacement

Prop Up Movement Patterns and their Effect on Patients after Total Hip Replacement

Introduction: Irreversible degenerative changes in the musculoskeletal system, in particular weight-bearing joints, can be designated as lifestyle disease without any doubt. In...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 1/2017

Specialization: Sports medicine Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, university degree
Dynamic Analysis of Mother Movements with Child by the SonoSens<sup>®</sup> Monitor Instrument

Dynamic Analysis of Mother Movements with Child by the SonoSens® Monitor Instrument

Background: The device SonoSens® Monitor has multiple uses for the analysis of functional disorders posture. If one proceeds from the theoretical knowledge of the correct or...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 1/2017

Specialization: Physiotherapist, university degree Rehabilitation Sports medicine
Neurobiomechanical Aspects of Robotic Assisted Gait Training

Neurobiomechanical Aspects of Robotic Assisted Gait Training

In the last 15 years robotic assistive devices are coming to the fore of the neurorehabilitation field. According to existing results, these devices are a supportive frame in...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 1/2017

Specialization: Sports medicine Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, university degree
A Photomechanic Effect of High-Intensity Laser of Class 4 1064nm on the Pain Transfer Via Free Nerve Endings: a Multi-Centric, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study

A Photomechanic Effect of High-Intensity Laser of Class 4 1064nm on the Pain Transfer Via Free Nerve Endings: a Multi-Centric, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study

Introduction: Chronic pain is a globally widespread problem, which could become an epidemic. Chronic pain is the cause of working incapacity for people in productive age and the...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 1/2017

Specialization: Physiotherapist, university degree Rehabilitation Sports medicine
Robotic Rehabilitation of the Hand Spasticity

Robotic Rehabilitation of the Hand Spasticity

Introduction: Spasticity is an integral part of spastic syndrome with high incidence in diseases of central nervous system. The principal problems of the spastic syndrome...

Full article   Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Issue: 1/2017

Specialization: Sports medicine Rehabilitation Physiotherapist, university degree
 

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