Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : affected woman


The Effect Of Using A Training Method To Rehabilitate Some Of The Injured Woman’s Muscles

Ali Ayad Hameed

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 280-286

Abstract This section contained the introduction, the importance of research, a brief description of some of the problems facing women for the period after pregnancy and childbirth, the reasons for their occurrence, and the importance of treatment as the research problem came from the low level of physical fitness for women, which led to weakened body muscles in general and especially large ones, which caused their flaccidity and embodied the importance of research Rehabilitation of some muscles that are affected by pregnancy and childbirth, and reducing the contours that occur. As for the importance of research lies in the treatment of flaccidity early and in view of the lack of university and public libraries of research and studies on caring for the strength of women and returning it to what it was before pregnancy. Therefore, the researcher decided to prepare this study as a contribution to the possibility of setting an accurate scientific method and a modest attempt to raise the level of fitness of this sample by using circular training exercises effectively so that this sample serves the community .
As for the aims of the research, lies in preparing a method for the circular training method to restore and rehabilitate the muscles affected in postpartum women, and to identify the effect of the proposed training approach in rehabilitating the muscles of the affected woman after pregnancy and childbirth.
The researcher has assumed that the use of circular training method significantly affects the rehabilitation of the muscles of the affected woman after pregnancy and childbirth and that there are statistically significant differences between the pre and post tests in the research sample and in the interest of the post test.
As for the research fields, the human field included (20) women, all of whom have first births and their ages range between (25-30) years, and the temporal field is defined in the period from 18/1/2019 to 10/14/2019.