Morphological and functional indicators of 10–13 year-old adolescents with the scoliosis of I–II degree

Anastasia Podolyaka, Oleg Podolyaka, Ruslan Iskandarov

Abstract


Purpose: to study the features of morphological and functional indicators of 10–13 year-old adolescents suffering with the scoliosis of I–II degree, to determine the main directions in the preparation of comprehensive rehabilitation programs for improving posture in children.

Material & Methods: based on the analysis of the specialized literature and the generalization of the obtained data of the conducted study of 42 school-age children, which are divided into two groups – the basic (with scoliosis deformation of the spine) and the control (practically healthy children of the same age), the main directions for the compilation of comprehensive rehabilitation programs.

Results: It established the fact of violations of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems in children with scoliosis. Indicators of boys and girls have different directions.

Conclusion:  preparation of corrective programs requires not only the formation and consolidation of the habit of correct posture, the creation of a muscular corset, but also the focus on improving the development of a cardiovascular and respiratory systems with a special approach to children of different sexes.


Keywords


scoliosis; pupils; morphological and functional indicators

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