Year:2022   Volume: 4   Issue: 1   Area: Applied Chemistry

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Reem Salam IBRAHIM, Inas Abdulameer ABBOOD

THE USE OF REHABILITATIVE EXERCISES IN THE TREATMENT OF TORN SHOULDER JOINT MUSCLE INJURIES IN ADULTS OF AGE FOR THE CATEGORY OF MEN FROM 40-50 YEARS

The purpose of this study was to find out more about the rehabilitative and therapeutic exercises, which are considered one of the natural and basic means from a therapeutic point of view for the patient. And represented in the injuries that the elderly are exposed to as a result of advancing age and weak bones that affect the strength of the daily loads of the old person, as the researcher touched on the research problem, where the research problem lies in the lack of exercises on the subject of injury, as well as the presence of means and devices for athletes and the lack of attention to people with Non-athletes for the injured in general and those with a rupture of the shoulder joint for the elderly, for the category of men in particular, as well as the spread of pharmacological treatment without scientific bases and not consulting a specialist doctor. The research used the experimental method for its suitability to the nature of the research problem and its objectives, and the research vocabulary was applied to the research sample, which numbered (8) men for ages for 40 to 50 years. Therapeutic treatment In the rehabilitation of shoulder joint injury in the elderly for the category of men. Among the most important recommendations reached by the researcher in the use of these rehabilitation exercises in the treatment of shoulder joint injuries, as well as in enhancing the experience of using the method of rehabilitation exercises among therapists in rehabilitation centers within a contract and referring to the development courses that help in the accurate and optimal selection in rehabilitation programs and benefit from them In a way that serves the patient, and the extent of its reflection on his performance in carrying out his daily work while avoiding injury.

Keywords: Shoulder Joint, Tendons, Ligament, Injury Rehabilitation.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8234.10.4


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