Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

The Effect of Using Exercises Associated With Ischemia and Hyperemia on Some Immunoglobulins (Igm - Igg) and White Blood Cells (Wbc) in the Rehabilitation and Treatment of Ankle Sprain Injury Lateral Side of Swimmers


Wafaa Sabah Mohammed Al-Khafaji, Fatimah Hameed Kzar Al-Masoodi, Suadad Ibrahim Suhail Al- Kinani

The purpose of this paper is to identifying the effect of using exercises associated with ischemia and hyperemia on some immunoglobulins (IgM - IgG) and white blood cells (WBC) in the rehabilitation and treatment of ankle sprain injury on the lateral side of swimmers. The researchers adopted the experimental approach in the style of one group. The researchers identified the research sample, which is represented by the swimmers of the National Center for the Care of Sports Talent in Baghdad Governorate, who were injured in the ankle joint, the lateral side of the second degree, which numbered (8) injured swimmers a specialized committee affiliated with the Department of Sports Med icine in Baghdad, for clinical examination and to ensure the proper functioning of the heart, kidneys and respiratory system, did this after diagnosing the injury and knowing its severity and medical history. One of the most important results reached by the researcher is that : The results showed that the exercises in the style of ischemia and hebrima have a positive effect in the treatment and rehabilitation of the lateral lateral sprain of the ankle joint in swimmers, and there is a clear increase in immunoglobulins (IgM - IgG) when the injury occurs directly in the research sample as a result of the defensive role it plays by increasing the activation of the cells of the immune system, which leads to the formation of a strong line of defense against the injury that the player may be exposed to. One of the most important recommendations recommended by the researchers is that : Emphasizing the use of therapeutic rehabilitative exercises using the method of ischemia and hyperemia within the vocabulary of the rehabilitative curricula, and relying on the anatomical and mechanical foundations when preparing them for their significant role in the treatment of injury, and necessity of relying on chemical variables when evaluating the rehabilitation curricula for injuries because they give accurate information about the real condition of the injury.