Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

The Effect of Exercises in the Style of Ischemia and Hyperemia to Rehabilitate and Treat the Inverted Sprain Injury of The Ankle Joint of The Ankle Joint According to the Enzyme (Cpk) and Growth Hormone (Gh) For Individual Sports Athletes


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

The purpose of this paper is to identifying the effect of exercises in the style of ischemia and hyperemia in the treatment and rehabilitation of the inverted sprain of the ankle joint according to the enzyme (cpk) and growth hormone (GH) for individual sports athletes. For the sports season (2021-2022), as the number reached (8) injured, they were distributed among the games (2) gymnast players, (3) swimmers, (2) runners, and (1) tennis player. The researchers used the compression method to achieve the condition of ischemia and hyperemia, as this method is done by preventing the arterial blood from reaching the working muscles in the lower limb in the case of (ischemia) and then removing the compression method to turn it into the perfusion phase (hyperemia), by preparing therapeutic rehabilitation exercises accompanying this condition for a period of ( 6) weeks and at the rate of (3) therapeutic rehabilitation units per week, as the time of using the compressive method ranged from (3-5) minutes during the main section, and pre, intermediate and post tests were conducted for their suitability to the nature of the problem, the researchers concluded that the exercises in the style of ischemia and hyperemia A positive effect in the treatment and rehabilitation of inverted sprains of the ankle joint for individual sports athletes, as there is a clear increase in the enzyme (cpk) and a clear decrease in growth hormone (GH). Growth (GH) within the rehabilitation curricula and relying on it for its significant role in the treatment of injury.