Therapeutic Exercises for Spine Aberrations, According to the Kinematic Analysis, in Improving the Motor Capabilities of Children (6-9 Years)

Authors

  • Haider Fayyadh Hamad Alamiri1 , Basim Najiabdull Hussein1 , Maher JafarAmeenShlash2

Keywords:

Biomechanic of sport, Therapeutic exercises, motor capabilities of children.

Abstract

Physical deviations that are closely related to technological development helped to the emergence of diseases

resulting from inactivity and lack of movement, So therapeutic exercise is one of the means to help improve

the strength of pupils by using the means of assistance as a means of treating deviations of the spine such

as (rubber ropes, medical balls, stick and various sponge pieces). The purpose of therapeutic exercises is

to help the child return to activity and life as quickly as possible, reduce pain and increase the flexibility of

joints and muscle elasticity. Therefore, the researcher used the one-group experimental curriculum (tribal

after test), and the research community was identified from the 150 students and students of the 2018-2019

school year, and 22 students were identified. Their age of (6-9) years in the deliberate way, as the therapeutic

program was implemented which includes therapeutic exercises for (6) weeks by (12) therapeutic units

and the time of the therapeutic unit (35) minutes, and concluded the researcher that the therapeutic units

followed by the researcher to reduce deviations in the column.

Author Biography

Haider Fayyadh Hamad Alamiri1 , Basim Najiabdull Hussein1 , Maher JafarAmeenShlash2

1 Assist Prof. Dr. University of Kufa, Physical Education of Sport and Science,

2 University of Kufa, Physical Education of Sport and Science, Maher

Published

2020-07-30

How to Cite

Haider Fayyadh Hamad Alamiri1 , Basim Najiabdull Hussein1 , Maher JafarAmeenShlash2. (2020). Therapeutic Exercises for Spine Aberrations, According to the Kinematic Analysis, in Improving the Motor Capabilities of Children (6-9 Years). Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(3), 2702-2706. Retrieved from http://medicopublication.com/index.php/ijfmt/article/view/10847