Formation and approbation of the system of physical education and sports rehabilitation of cerebral hemodynamics of children with cerebral palsy.
- 1 April 2022
- journal article
- Published by South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushynsky in Science and Education
- Vol. 2022 (1), 54-60
In the clinical picture of children with cerebral palsy, along with motor disorders, there is a lack of cerebral circu-lation. It is advisable to develop programs using the method of kinesiotaping to regulate cerebral hemodynamics in physical rehabilitation. The purpose of the study is to theoretically substantiate and develop a program of physical edu-cation and sports rehabilitation for children with cerebral palsy in the form of spastic hemiparesis, using the method of kinesiotaping. Research methods and results: theoretical analysis of literature sources; experiment, instrumental (Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound of cerebral vessels), mathematical data processing. Seventy one children aged 4 years with cerebral palsy in the form of spastic hemiparesis took part in the observational experiment. Considering the analy-sis of cerebral hemodynamics on the indicators of linear blood flow velocity in the respective vessels of the subjects, attention was drawn to the fact that before rehabilitation between the studied indicators of the subjects of control group (CG) and main group (MG) was not observed (p>0.05). In CG after rehabilitation the following was increased: common carotid arteries - by 28.60%, internal carotid arteries - by 20.0%, vertebral arteries V3 - by 25.70%, anterior cerebral arteries - by 28.6%, middle cerebral arteries - by 25.70%, posterior urinary arteries - by 25.7%, vertebral arteries V4 - by 22.90%. The practical effectiveness of the proposed program is proved by quantitative changes (at the level of p<0.05) of the studied indicators. The developed system of kinesiotaping in the program of physical education and sports rehabilitation of children with cerebral palsy was aimed at improving the indicators of cerebral hemodynamics, due to the method of applying tape and its therapeutic properties. Based on the generalization of the obtained data, the efficiency of implementation and rational orientation of the implemented system of physical education and sports reha-bilitation for children with cerebral palsy in the form of spastic hemiparesis, using kinesiotaping techniques to improve cerebral hemodynamics.