StatusThe thesis was presented on the 24 September, 2019
Approved by NCAA on the 28 February, 2020
Abstract– 1.55 Mb / in romanian
ThesisCZU 615. 825. 1-053. 8+616. 711:796/615. 825. 1-053. 8:37. 01
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Structure of the thesis: introduction, 3 chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, 265 sources bibliography, 143 basic text pages, 20 tables, 63 figures, 10 annexes.
The results obtained are published in 11 scientific papers.
Field of study: pedagogy.
Purpose of the research: to improve the system of application of kinetic methods and techniques to treat painful lumbar syndrome in the elderly. Objectives of the paper: 1. Analyzing and generalizing data from the literature on PLS assessment and diagnosis as well as methods of prevention or recovery through complex methods and technologies. 2. Identification of the etiopathogenic factors of the painful lumbar syndrome in the age of thirties. 3. The study on somatoscopic, somato-functional and psychiatric analysis of the elderly people in order to develop a methodology for the application of kinetic methods and techniques for the recovery of painful lumbar syndrome. 4. Methodological and experimental argumentation of the efficacy of kinetic recovery in order to prevent the tendency of installing the painful lumbar syndrome in the elderly.
Novelty and scientific originality consists in the elaboration and implementation of the complex kinetic program, which plays a role in recovering painful lumbar syndrome by increasing morpho-functional, motor and psychomotor parameters to ensure the resumption of daily activities.
The scientific problem solved in the researched field consists in the theoretical and experimental foundation of the kinetic program focused on complex methods and techniques in order to recover the painful lumbar syndrome in the persons of the second age.
The theoretical significance of the work consists in the scientific approach of the methodological concepts obtained by the results of the research, based on which a work program was proposed that would help the kinetic recovery of the painful lumbar syndrome through complex methods and technologies.
The applicative value of the paperis the possibility of applying and performing a recurrent kinetic program in the direction of recovery and maintenance of the health state.
The implementation of the scientific results was carried out within the process of recovery of the adults included in the experiment. The elaborated methodology has been presented in the framework of national, international and national scientific seminars.
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