kinesitherapy

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kinesitherapy

(kɪˌniːsɪˈθɛrəpɪ)
n
1. (Complementary Medicine) a movement-based therapy
2. (Complementary Medicine) another name for kinesiatrics
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ki·ne·si·ther·a·py

n. cinesiterapia, tratamiento por medio de movimiento o ejercicios.
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Nevertheless the symptoms of DOMS affect daily activities and athletic performance, especially in kinetotherapy, the pain and discomfort may discourage a patient from persisting in therapy or disrupt his rehabilitation progress (Douris et al., 2006; Ernst, 1998; Lau and Nosaka, 2011).
She is the author of two English academic courses: A Practical English Handbook for Law Students, Fundatiei Romania de Maine, Bucharest, 2006 and English in Kinetotherapy. A Practical English Handbook, Fundatiei Romania de Maine, Bucharest, 2004.
The patients were admitted for a period of 12 days up to 30 days and received complex rehabilitation treatment: hydro-kinetic-therapy in the salted water of the pool, alternative with warm mud baths or hot mud wrapping, massage, electrotherapy, kinetotherapy. All patients underwent an initial clinical examination and then the physician filled up a questionnaire, which includes personal data (name, gender, age, profession, place of residence, weight, height, being smoker or nonsmoker, associated diseases, values of blood pressure and pulse at admission, stress level induced by the main symptom), data about the disease requiring admission and, finally, the group of affections in which fit the existing symptoms.
This complex system designed with the therapeutic method has the following advantages: adaptability--the device can be used in multiple joint areas, the therapy is targeted to the affected area, simple handling during treatment, avoid joint stiffness allowing kinetotherapy.
Georgescu, M., Cernea, M., Balan, V., 2016, Postural Control in Down Syndrome Subjects, ICPESK 2015: 5th International Congress of Physical Education, Sports and Kinetotherapy, The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences, 11:258-265, http://dx.doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2016.06.35
She is working at present as a lecturer at Spiru Haret University, Specialized Languages Department, teaching English Specialized Courses in several faculties of the university, such as the Faculty of Law and Public Administration, Faculty of International Relationships and European Studies, Faculty of Sport and Kinetotherapy. So far she has published two books, as author and co-author, and translated a Romanian-English Practical Guide & Minimal Dictionary, in collaboration with Pons Publishing House.
The patients were admitted for a period of 12 days up to 30 days and received complex rehabilitation treatment: hydro-kinetic-therapy in the salted water of the pool, alternative with warm mud baths or hot mud wrapping, massage, electrotherapy, kinetotherapy. All patients underwent an initial clinical examination and then the physician filled up a questionnaire, which includes some personal data, information about the disease requiring admission (predominant symptom, main symptom location, stress level, physical activity at home, person who recommended balneal cure), if the patient has in the medical history balneal treatment and what were the results, and finally the group of affections in which fit the existing symptoms.
(2009), isometric and plyometric procedures are used in kinetotherapy as well as in training.
That is why we have proposed involvement and research in the field, to determine the main causes that could lead to poor concentration capacity, thus poor performance, and to establish general objectives for improving the results by means of kinetotherapy. (Hartmann, 2001)
Gidu D, 2011, Eye-hand coordination in schoolchildren of 3rd class", The International Congress of Physical Education, Sports and Kinetotherapy, 1st edition, Bucharest, June 11th, 2011, Ed.