ADAPTIVE KINEZITHERAPY IN EARLY REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS WITH SEVERE MOTOR AND COORDINATION DEFECTS
Objective. Clinical testing of the adaptive kinezitherapy in selecting the rehabilitation program for patients with severe motor and coordination defects after stroke was the aim of the study.
Materials and methods. The study involved 20 healthy volunteers and 16 patients with severe coordination and motor defects after stroke in the early recovery period. All the persons were carried out an objective assessment of the qualitative analysis of the cyclic locomotion structure with identification of criteria for space orientation as well as of the targeted and unfocused movements markers. A robotic kinezisimulator «TRiNiTi» was used for of the patients rehabilitation. All the patients were re-examined after the treatment end.
Conclusion. Analysis of the data indicates effectiveness of adaptive kinezitherapy carried out in patients with severe motor and coordination defects statistically confirmed which is due to a significant improvement of both - the purposeful (26—40 Hz) and no purposeful movements structures and actions kinematic stabilizing in the motor space conditions.