Marek Woszczak

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UNLABELLED THE AIM of the study was to evaluate the impact of physiotherapy on balance stability and quality of life improvement in patients with central vestibular system dysfunction. MATERIAL AND METHODS The study was conducted on 31 patients (23 females, 8 males) with vertigo/dizziness and unsteadiness diagnosed for central vestibular system impairment(More)
INTRODUCTION Kinesitherapy is widely accepted management in patients with vertigo and imbalance, but there has been inadequate evidence that one form of therapy is superior to another. THE AIM of the study was to compare effectiveness of two kinesitherapy protocols in patients with the peripheral vestibular system disorders. MATERIAL AND METHODS Fifty(More)
Direct and remote effects of therapeutic exercises on the low-back pain syndrome in cotton-industry workers have been estimated. The treatment was applied to fifty-five patients aged from 30 to 58 (mean age--45) with chronic pain-syndrome, who were submitted to a series of exercises and everyday gymnastics. In the course of treatment the following results(More)
The authors accepting the hypotesis that in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis the hypothalamic dopamine receptor function is impaired tried to treat this disease with bromocryptine as an agonist of this receptor. The observation was carried out in 19 patients with moderately advanced amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Bromocryptine was given to the patients in(More)
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