Rehabilitation of the wrist joint injury accordance of kinesiology variables


  • Nabeel Abdulkadhim Athab University of Babylon, Iraq
  • Haythem Ali Alsayigh University of Babylon, Iraq


Rehabilitation, Wrist joint, Injury, Kinesiology


This research aims to rehabilitate the wrist joint injury accordance of the variables of kinesiology, that the construction of rehabilitation exercises using kinetic aspect of wrist has a significant impact on determining the amount of the damage in the injured part, as identify the amount of force and increase it in the muscles operating under kinesiology movement. The researchers postulated that the use of kinesiology in a rehabilitation of a wrist joint, its active effect to increase muscle activity and strength and thus rework the activation of joint as a normally. Included research sample (6) of injured players in the wrist joint, specifically in the soft tissue, reaching the arithmetic mean age (21.68) and standard deviation (1.13), while the mean of height (180cm) and standard deviation (2.1). After obtaining the data has been incorporated in the statistical software (SPSS) and results were presented in a special table prepared for it, and through the above researchers concluded: 1). A program of kinesiology positive effect in rehabilitation of the wrist joint speed up the healing process. 2). To the smart programs used in kinetic analysis of an active role in the calculation of the amount of force and variables of subsidiaries kinesiology. 3). The use of science kinesiology in rehabilitation programs with a significant impact in increasing muscular balance and stability hinge.


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Athab, N. A., & Alsayigh, H. A. (2021). Rehabilitation of the wrist joint injury accordance of kinesiology variables. Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, 16(2proc), S532-S538. Retrieved from