Characteristics of connective tissue fibres

Connective tissue connects, supports and protects other tissues of the body. It is composed of cells and the intercellular substance. The important elements of the latter are fibres, which are divided into collagen fibres and their variety- reticular fibres as

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Addictions. Substance addictions vs. behavioural addictions

Addictions in contemporary society present an increasingly significant problem, which can negatively influence the personality, relationships, and general health status of affected individuals. Current theories regarding the causes of addictions do not provide universally accepted models. Furthermore, the issues of

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Kynotherapy as a method of supporting the development of independence of children with Down syndrome

More and more therapists, teachers and parents are becoming interested kynotherapy (dog therapy). It has been successfully used in pedagogical therapy, rehabilitation, psychotherapy and rehabilitation of children and adults. In the case of children with disabilities it is also a

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Physiotherapeutic evaluation of the spine in children attending sports classes of the Primary School in Mielec

Early detection of spine pathologies enables the provision of effective prophylactic and corrective interventions, including physical activity. Physical activity is an essential element of proper development of the human body and improvement of motor skills. Increased physical activity of children

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Social Interaction Ability and The Bullying Behaviors among Adolescents: a correlational study

Background: Bullying is an aggressive behaviors that is done deliberately and happened repeatedly to attack the weak victim, bullying is influenced by factors of ability in social interaction. Low ability in the social interaction will make adolescents turn into an

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Trunk Rotation Training as a tool in improving weight transmission through the paretic lower limb in hemiplegiay

Aim: To determine the effectiveness of training trunk rotation as a tool in improving weight transmission through the paretic lower limb in subjects with hemiplegia. Methods: Thirty stroke subjects were randomly assigned into control group (n=15) and experimental group (n=15).

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