exercise therapy


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exercise/movement therapy

A health-enhancing system of exercise and movement–eg, aikido, dance therapy, t'ai chi, yoga. See Exercise.
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Exercise therapy has been reported to be a corner stone of non-pharmacological therapy of AS in the 2010 update of the Assessment of Spondyloarthritis International Society/European League Against Rheumatism (ASAS/EULAR) recommendations for the management of AS.
Our example question can be answered by clinical articles, such as, but not limited to, prospective, randomized studies that follow up on patients measuring the outcome of exercise therapy for hip osteoarthritis.
During this search, a 'movement-based therapy' or 'exercise therapy' was considered a planned physical activity intervention--developed with regard to a therapeutic treatment goal and prescribed to the patient (Pubmed, 2017).
Exercise therapy is the most commonly used type of conservative treatment for low back pain.
Objective: To compare the effectiveness of exercise therapy with surgery for lumbar spinal stenosis.
It will be tailored specifically to you and can include cognitive behavioural therapy, an exercise programme called graded exercise therapy, and medication to control pain, nausea and sleeping problems.
Physical Therapy focuses on improving mobility through a variety of techniques including exercise therapy, manual therapy, electrotherapy and mechanical movements.
Treatment options include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), medication to control pain, nausea and sleeping problems, and a structured exercise programme called graded exercise therapy (GET).
The program foresees establishment of the Active Longevity Center, which will have a library, fitness room for exercise therapy, yoga, playroom for chess and table games.
In the present study, weight and hip circumference was significantly decreased before and after exposing exercise therapy, especially in yoga group [Table 1].
Objective: To determine the effect of conservative exercise therapy with and without Maitland thoracic manipulation in patients with subacromial pain.