Michal Hadala

Michal Hadala
Fizjo-Sport Europe · Movement System

PhD Physiotherapist

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Additional affiliations
January 2012 - present
Fizjo-Sport Europe
Position
  • Manager
October 2008 - present
Kinetic Control
Position
  • Instroctor
Description
  • Europe
June 2008 - June 2012
University of Valencia
Position
  • PAS
Education
October 2006 - June 2010
University of Valencia
Field of study
  • Medicine
September 1999 - June 2004
UNIVERSITY OF RZESZÓW
Field of study
  • Physiotherapy

Publications

Publications (22)
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Abstract: Introduction: Mechanical overloading is one of the causes of low back pain (LBP). Dysfunction of movement control and impaired movement patterns can constitute a potential risk factor for LBP development. Aim: The aim of the study was to assess lumbar extension control in young physically active males with the use of the pressure biofee...
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Introduction: Stretching constitutes an important element of therapeutic management in numerous disciplines, starting from neurology to motor training and orthodontic practice. Different models and approaches that apply stretching use their own terminology, and yet they are based on similar assumptions and purposes. Aim: The aim of this study was t...
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Introduction Low back pain (LBP) is a common problem in sports. There is high risk for back pain occurrence in athletes. The knowledge about LBP in overhead athletes is limited. The Movement System (MS) approach is based on association of symptoms and incorrect movements of the spine. The main goal is to identify the localization and direction of i...
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Introduction Falls of elderly people illustrate a telling health problem related to both physical injury and its psychical effects. They also bring about significant medical and economic consequences. Aim The aim of this study is to assess the predisposition to falling as well as the subjective evaluation of quality of life in the elderly after im...
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Background: Deconditioning of the lumbar extensor musculature (lumbar erector spinae and multifidus) is a risk factor for low back injury and pain. The article presents various aspects of scientific reports which confirm the effectiveness of lumbar extensor exercises. Material and methods: The articles to be reviewed were extracted from the MedL...
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This is a descriptive epidemiologic survey on all traumatic and overuse injuries which occurred in 2 groups of male elite road cyclists based on retrospective clinical interviews and physical examinations. The historical group consisted of 65 professional road cyclists surveyed from 1983 to 1995. The contemporary group included 65 elite racers stil...
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Introduction Since the beginning of the 21st century rehabilitation has developed rapidly, however still many patients report problems of the musculoskeletal system. Aim The aim of the study was to analyse motor control of the lumbar spine according to different movement patterns and chooses the best exercise for abnormal movement patterns. Mater...
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Introduction Various methods of rehabilitation are used at present; among which Kinetic Control is constituting as one of the concepts and according to which it is important to test the patients during functional training in order to determine their preferred direction of motion and weak links in the kinetic chain. Functional training takes into co...
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Objectives To assess abdominal muscles (AM) activity during prone, side, and supine bridge on stable and unstable surfaces (BOSU, Swiss Ball). Design Prospective comparison study. Setting Research laboratory. Participants Thirty-three healthy volunteers from a university population. Main outcome measures Surface electromyography of the rectus a...
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All traumatic and overuse injuries occurring during an average period of 4 years (2002/09) in a group of 51 currently active road top-level cyclists were retrospectively registered through clinical interviews. Average age was 25.8 years. Average training and competition period was 28.3 ± 2.4 h a week. Only 8 cyclists (15.6%) were completely free fr...
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Background The latest bicycle technical advances and the new training protocols might have an incidence of injury occurrence in professional cycling. Objective To analyze changes in injury incidence of a group of elite cyclist in active and compare the injury rates with those reported for an historical group (HG). Design Epidemiologic retrospective...
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Background Asymptomatic musculoskeletal function, normal range of joint motion and normal muscle strength are considered not adequate star points to design a prevention injury program. Objective To assess core muscle balance and control in the lumbar spine using simple functional tests during low load activity and high load dynamic movements. Desig...
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Activities of enzymes involved in muscle damage [creatine kinase (CK) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST)] and levels of malondialdehyde (MDA) as a marker of oxidative stress were monitored in the plasma of 27 members of an America's Cup yachting crew. The preventive benefits of allopurinol on muscle damage were also tested. In racing period A, th...
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To describe the mood profile of an America's Cup sailing team during competition and to evaluate the influence of previous injuries occurrence and intensity of physical work on the boat upon mood state. Relationships between mood domains and metabolic markers of muscle damage were also investigated. A descriptive study was conducted on an America's...
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To analyze the effectiveness in reducing the number of sport injuries after application of different strategies of preventive physiotherapy during competition periods in an America's Cup yachting crew. A prospective physiotherapy intervention study during competition periods for three seasons was conducted on an America's Cup yachting race crew of...
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Objective: This epidemiological work was aimed at describing the specific injuries occurred in grinders of an America's Cup yachting crew during competition hours throughout to the preparatory acts of the 32nd America's Cup 2007 and the Louis Vuitton Cup. Methods: All injuries suffered by sailors in grinder position were prospectively registered fr...
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The aim of this study was to describe the injuries sustained by an America's Cup crew during eight preparatory competitions of the 32nd America's Cup 2007 and the Louis Vuitton Cup (from October 2004 to June 2007). The anatomical location, type of injury, and mechanism of injury were recorded. The injuries were categorized based on each sailor's po...
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The main subject of the thesis is the statistical analysis of frequency of detects in human posture and sided curvatures of the spine among children of 12 attending to 6th from in Elementary Schools in Rzeszów. To specify the frequency of defects in human posture and sided curvatures of the spine we used research poll. Our examination includes: age...
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The aim of the research was to present the influence of biological rhythms on functioning of the human body as well as the impact of biological clock on human behaviour and its cooperation with environmental rhythms. The examinations were carried out in 9 provinces in 500 people divided into three age groups: 20-40, 40-60 and 60-80 years. In order...

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