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The main symptoms of the disease are:
- Pain (during gait and on exertion). When condition progresses, the symptoms occur also at rest or even at night.
- a limited range of joint motion in the lower limb,
- decreased muscle strength
- altered gait (lameness)
The main symptoms of the disease are (no colon)
- pain in gait and exertion; when condition progresses, also in bed rest
- limited range of joint motion in the lower limb
- decreased lower limb muscle strength
- impaired gait (limp)
dzieki :) a to?

In the PNF concept, it is important to:
• develop appropriate motor strategies
• a positive approach with minimal pain
• realization of tasks
• to maintain motivation for further activity
• use of a patient’s physical and mental resources
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In the PNF concept, it is important to (again, no colon)

-develop appropriate motor strategy
-encourage a positive approach with minimal pain
-make sure all tasks are realized
-motivate patients for further activity
-use patients' physical and mental resources.

Pay attention to the parallelism of all the bullets; after the introductory infinitival to, bare infinitives are expected.
Dzięki :D lookniesz jeszcze na to?
Now, I would like to say a few words about patient.

The patient was a 63-year-old woman who was diagnosed with left hip osteoarthritis in 2008 and she had left hip arthroplasty with EcoFit endoprosthesis in 2015. The operation went without complications.

Rehabilitation was implemented starting from the first day after surgery and included
• respiratory exercises to improve lung ventilation
• isometric exercises to strengthen the muscles of the operated limb
• safely sitting on the bed with legs down

On the second day took her first steps.
Due to the condition of the patient, she was referred for home rehabilitation, which took place in September 2015, two months after the surgery.
Dzięki :D lookniesz jeszcze na to?
(Next time you ask me to "lookniesz," I am not going to "lookniesz.")

Now, I would like to say a few words about the patient.

The patient was a 63-year-old woman who was diagnosed with left hip osteoarthritis in 2008. She had her left hip arthroplasty with EcoFit endoprosthesis seven years later in (July? August?) 2015. The operation went without complications.

Rehabilitation started the first day after surgery and included
• respiratory exercises to improve lung ventilation
• isometric exercises to strengthen the muscles of the operated limb
• upright-sit position drills with legs down and dangling feet (What for? To ease the patient into the standing position? Keep all bullets syntactically parallel).

On the second day of the rehab, she took her first steps (unassisted?). In September 2015, two month after the surgery, she was referred for home rehabilitation because of the patient's (remarkable?) condition.
On the second day of the rehab, she took her first steps (unassisted?). In September 2015, two month after the surgery, she was referred for home rehabilitation because of the patient's (remarkable?) condition.

tutaj chodziło mi o to że stan pacjenta był na tyle dobry że mógł zostać skierowany na rehabilitacje domową
On the second day of the rehab, she took her first steps with the assistance of a walker.?
dzięki :d
zobaczysz jeszcze to ? :D
The patient was given two weeks of PNF therapy in the following areas:
1) a combination of isotonics, using dynamic and static muscle contraction,
2) hold relax post-isometric muscle relaxation (Photo 1, Photo 3);
3) stabilizing reversal and rhythmic stabilization
4) trunk stabilization through shoulder and pelvic girdle (Photo 2, Photo 3, Photo 4);
5) gait training with pelvis and trunk control (Photo 3) and walking with high knee lift and training for control in the support phase of the lower limb using approximation (Photo 4).

The patient had no other physiotherapeutic treatment during two week training program.

The patient was assessed twice, before and after PNF therapy, under the same conditions and with the same tests.
Measurements used in the patient were:
• assessment of ROM with a goniometer
• pain assessment using the Laitinen scale
• assessment of muscle strength using the Lovett scale (extensors, flexors, abductors in the operated hip joint)
• evaluation of patient’s gait with a patient’s walk test (photo 5)
A detailed description of the score is presented in Table 1.
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