The Effect of the Thermal Frequency Device for Shock Waves on the Efficiency of the Knee Joint and the Skill of Rotating The Cord Backward by Bounce for Female Students with Simple Rupture of the Lateral Collateral Ligament
Keywords:Thermal frequency and shock waves device, knee joint efficiency, the skill of turning the rope backwards by bouncing the rope, simple rupture of the lateral collateral ligament.
The research problem lies in the injury of the collateral ligament of the knee joint and what causes this injury
of pain. This pain increases in cases of bending and extending the knee joint for any movement and by
informing researchers about the physical therapy units, they found that rehabilitation of the injury is usually
through traditional rehabilitative exercises, such as weights, for example, which are often unwanted by the
injured who prefer the faster and easier method of performance and by using modern devices, including the
thermal frequency device and the shock waves because it generates the desire and the rehabilitation and
psychological effect on the injured, therefore, the researchers decided to go into this experiment by using
rehabilitative exercises in a scientifically studied manner accompanied by a thermal frequency device and
vibrational waves to rehabilitate the collateral ligament injury for students by strengthening the muscles
surrounding the joint, in addition, the development of some rope skills in rhythmic gymnastics for students,
and the research aims to prepare rehabilitative exercises accompanied by a thermal frequency device for
vibrational waves in the efficiency of the knee joint and the skill of rotating the rope backward with rebound
for students with a simple tear of the lateral ligament, the researchers used the experimental approach 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) scan. 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 gymnastics.
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