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Study of the Importance of Physiotherapy in the Quality of Life of the Elderly: Using the Mike McAfee Study Plan
Azam Niazikomleh *, Majid Kazeminajafi
kharazmi , azam.niazy@ut.ac.ir
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Background and Objective: Regarding the fact that elderly people are risk averse to many drugs and surgeries, the most important option for treating motor system disorders and improving their quality of life is physical therapy. The management of these relationships requires the acquisition of a profound understanding of a system of drivers, key factors and key variables that influence its formation, which is the main focus of this research.
Method: The research process consisted of four phases of identification and introduction of the system, structuring the structural effects of interactions and analyzing variables and determining key variables. So, by referring to the scientific and professional experts and using the structural analysis of cross-effects with the micro-macro software, 30 variables were identified in the template pattern and for determining the key variables with the aim of future management of the relations between the two groups.
Findings: Accordingly, among the 30 variables studied, "educating the elderly with improvement through physical therapy" as a driving force and variables such as "the role of physical therapy in the rehabilitation and independence of the elderly", "restoration of exhausted tissue with the completion of physical therapy", "reduction Drug dependence by physiotherapy "," government health policies for the care of the elderly through physical therapy, "" immunization of the elderly by preventing physical illness by performing physiotherapy, "" Self-actualization of the elderly by applying rehabilitation policies (physiotherapy) " Its key variables are the highest In management practices, there is a future relationship between physiotherapy and the quality of life of the elderly.
Conclusion: Obviously, among these variables, investing in variables in the domain of regulatory variables will be more preferable, since they are relatively equally impressive and capable of manipulating and influencing them. Of course, with these two criteria, risk variables may also seem appropriate to manage the system because they can be easily manipulated and, on the other hand, have more impact on the system. But the point here is that these variables are, in terms of high impact, little sustainability and no investment value. As a result, the system was unstable.
Keywords: Future research, Physiotherapy, Quality of life, Mick Mac, Key variables
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: فیزیوتراپی
Received: 2018/02/19 | Accepted: 2018/10/20 | Published: 2018/10/20
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niazikomleh A, kazeminajafi M. Study of the Importance of Physiotherapy in the Quality of Life of the Elderly: Using the Mike McAfee Study Plan. CRMS 2018; 3 (1) :30-38
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