|PDF:||Author(s):||Gorbunova O. V., Krasnikov Yu. A., O. V. Shakirova, Safonova G. V., Stebliy T. V.,|
|Number of journal:||4(61)||Date:||November 2022|
Kinesotherapy is one of the basic methods of complex treatment and physical rehabilitation of patients with acute and chronic neurological diseases, contributing to solving motor problems and improving psychological, biochemical and physiological processes. It is known that differentiated on the basis of an individual approach and regularly used moderate physical activity contributes to improving health, increasing mental and physical performance, restoring the body’s immune defense and preventing the development of diseases. In order to supplement the effect of exercise with the influence of temperature and chemical factors, hydrokinesotherapy is used, which helps to reduce the gravity of the body, while improving the training effect on the muscles of patients weakened after a stroke. Being a pathogenetically determined method of physical rehabilitation, hydrokinesotherapy sessions conducted in the basin contribute to the normalization of metabolic processes and the functional state of the cardiorespiratory system, the restoration of vascular tone and nervous regulation of patients after stroke, prevent the negative impact of the most significant risk factors. The developed differentiated complexes based on hydrokinesotherapy, designed for late-recovery use, take into account the existing motor disorders, the level of arterial hypertension, making it possible to achieve an improvement in the functional state of the musculoskeletal system of patients with the consequences of stroke and an increase in their motor activity in general. After completing the course of physical rehabilitation, patients who with a stroke showed significant positive changes in the level of strength indicators of the muscle system, the functional state of the upper and lower extremities, as well as the results of integrative tests that characterize the speed and accuracy of movements.
hydrokinesiotherapy, kinesotherapy, physical exercise, stroke, neurological diseases, therapeutic physical education, motor disorders, physical rehabilitation, recovery period, restoration of walking
Shakirova O. V., Stebliy T. V., Krasnikov Yu. A., Safonova G. V., Gorbunova O. V. Use of late-recovery hydrokineotherapy after stroke. Business. Education. Law, 2022, no. 4, pp. 538—542. DOI: 10.25683/VOLBI.2022.61.484.