The Effect of Rehabilitative Exercises on the Efficiency of the Knee Joint for Female Students with Simple Rupture of the Lateral Collateral Ligament
Keywords:Rehabilitation exercises, knee joint efficiency, simple rupture of the lateral collateral ligament.
The research problem lies in the presence of large numbers of female students with knee joint, especially
in the effectiveness of rhythmic gymnastics because this event requires a high level of skillful performance
because most of the skills need to move quickly, jump and change direction, and that the lack of strength in
the muscles surrounding the knee joint exposes students to a lateral collateral ligament injury, and because
these muscles are among the most important muscles that participate in motor performance and which bear
a high rate of effort performed and this may lead to the occurrence of injury, and that the use of treatment
with chemical analgesic drugs over long periods of time usually causes many side effects, so the researchers
decided to use rehabilitating exercises that are of great benefit to such an injury to him, so rehabilitative
exercises were used in the rehabilitation of the lateral collateral ligament injury of the knee joint, the research
objectives to prepare rehabilitative exercises in the efficiency of the knee joint for female students with a
simple tear of the lateral ligament. The researchers used the experimental method in the method of (one
group) with the two pre and post-tests due to its suitability to the nature of the problem. The sample was
chosen by the intentional method of (7) students with partial tearing of the lateral ligament of the knee joint
based on a medical report from the specialist doctor, and after a medical examination and an (MRI). In light
of the results reached by the researchers, the following conclusions came out:- The rehabilitative exercises
have a positive effect in rehabilitating the partial tear of the lateral ligament for students with rhythmic
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