The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of the respiratory efficience therapy of patients with 2nd grade idiopathic scoliosis. The study was conducted at the Centre for Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation for Children and Youth in Konstancin-Jeziorno, Mazowieckie’s Rehabilitation Center “STOCER”.
There are no comprehensive studies of breathing biofeedback. The influence of breathing biofeedback in patients with COPD is unclear. The aim of this study was to compare standard physiotherapy with physiotherapy connected to biofeedback exercises with respect to breathing amplitude, 6MWT results and lungs function in patients with COPD.
The treatment and selected diagnostic tests performed inpatient cardiac patients often require immobilization. The procedures used in the treatment of these patients may have an impact on the control of postural and balance after immobilization and involve disturbances at the level of activities of daily living.
Physiotherapist who graduated is adequately prepared to work with the patient. However still new treatment options forcing therapist to continuous professional development.
The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of local cryotherapy treatment for range of motion in the knee joint in patients with osteoarthritis. In addition, analyzed potential changes in symptoms of pain patients.
Removing the lymphatic system of the armpit during the radical mastectomy hinders the outflow of lymph from the upper limb.
The social role of a physiotherapist must not be reduced to displaying instrumental professional knowledge and propriety; it demands from a physiotherapist to employ humane and ethical streak in his or her practice.
Common behavioural and ethical patterns existing in modern medicine are subject to many social debates in which physiotherapist, alongside ethicists, philosophers and doctors, have their say.
The 50th anniversary of the organized activity of physiotherapists in Poland is an opportunity to present the figure of one of the eminent representatives of our profession, prof. Andrzej Zembaty, PhD.