Movement-analytical problems with chronically ill and disabled athletes in a complex performance-diagnostic context

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Title translated into German:Bewegungsanalytische Probleme bei chronisch Kranken und behinderten Athleten in einem komplexen bewegungsdiagnostischen Kontext
Author:Stucke, Christine; Schega, Lutz; Niklas, Andree; Stoll, Oliver
Published in:Sport Kinetics '97 : theories of human motor performance and their reflections in practice. Vol. 1: Lectures. Fifth International Scientific Conference of the International Association of Sport Kinetics common with the Section "Sportmotorik" of the German Association for Sport Science (dvs) and the Institute of Sport Science of Otto-von-Guericke-University of Magdeburg. Magdeburg, 3-6 September, 1997
Published:Hamburg: Czwalina (Verlag), 1998, S. 221-225, Lit.
Editor:Deutsche Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft
Research institution:Universität Magdeburg / Institut für Sportwissenschaft; International Association of Sport Kinetics; Deutsche Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft / Sektion Sportmotorik
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Compilation article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
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Identification number:PU200303000676
Source:BISp

Abstract

Swimming and movement therapy in the medium water is a central problem in the medical as well as in the sport therapeutical rehabilitation. Unfortunately, a basic problem arises in the process of therapy: to optimize individually the demands in order to reach the existing abilities or to optimize performance and reduce risks of injury at the same time. The aim of the study was the development of a movement- and sportspecific control- and test instrument, which is based on an integrative approach, considering the load-effect situation which enables a goal oriented therapy regulation. The results presented here are based on a single-case study of a person with kidney transplantation. We designed a step-test for breast stroke with load and relief of strain in a swimming flume and investigate physiological and psychological indicators as well as indicators of the movement - co-ordination. Finally we could find a secured load-rate to optimize the therapy-success and to minimize load-connected risks. Verf.-Referat