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Bukov Yu.A., Georgieva N.G. School health-improving technologies and techniques of body-oriented therapy at lessons of physical education of the special medical group students

DOI: 10.5930/issn.1994-4683.2015.06.124.p31-36
School health-improving technologies and techniques of body-oriented therapy at lessons of physical education of the special medical group students
Yuri Alexandrovich Bukov, the doctor of biological sciences, professor, department chairman,
Nadezhda Georgievna Georgieva, the teacher,
Crimean Federal University of V. I. Vernadsky, Simferopol

The article explains the application of the developed educational technology for the lessons of physical education of students of special medical group, based on the methods of body-oriented therapy. Considering the fact that among the nosology of diseases of the special medical group children the disorders of the motor system dominate, the correction of deviations in the musculoskeletal system can be chosen as the main teaching tool, realized in the lessons of the physical education for this category of students. The technology allows through the mechanisms regulating the functioning of the postural system to enhance the corrective, recreational and preventive effects, connected with the change of the morphological and functional status of the body of students. The inclusion of the physical exercises, based on the principles of body-oriented therapy in the program for physical education increases the motor density of the lessons, it allows influencing purposefully on the musculoskeletal system, harmonizing the parameters of the physical development of the students. The stimulating effect of the body-oriented methods of therapy is manifested in the expansion of the functional reserves of the cardiorespiratory system, in the increase of tolerance to physical activities, in the increase of the adaptive activity of schoolboys.
Keywords: students of special medical group, health-saving technology, physical education.
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Article arrived in edition 25.06.2015.