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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Two of the largest five nationwide health insurance companies already partner with SimpleTherapy to offer members online exercise therapy through dedicated online portals.
The newly developed intervention protocol was feasible, which means that patients were able to participate in exercise therapy despite their severe pain at baseline," they said.
2011) and Earhart (2009) promote the idea that dual task exercise therapy involving gait training and strength training may effectively address gait disturbances (4,7).
Pinto D, Robertson MC, Abbott JH, Hansen P, Campbell AJ & MOA Trial Team (2013) Manual therapy, exercise therapy, or both, in addition to usual care, for osteoarthritis of the hip or knee: economic evaluation alongside a randomized controlled trial.
The authors suggested that the reduced exercise capacity is a consequence of an underlying fear of postexertional malaise, which could be reversed by graded exercise therapy.
From research on adjunct exercise therapy for alcohol use disorders, to learning how to use "motivational interviewing" (communication designed to strengthen personal motivation for and commitment to a goal), to reshaping ingrained bad diet or exercise habits, to the nuances of inspiring a sports team to victory, Doing Exercise Psychology spells out methodologies, priorities, and best practices.
Various latest facilities that would be offered by Amity Physiotherapy OPD include Well Equipped Exercise Therapy unit, Treadmill, C.
The centre is equipped with instruments from Proxomed Germany for exercise therapy with smart card technology which provides accurate objective testing, analytical tests results for medical personnel while providing visual biofeedback to the patient during the test and training with the smart panel.
Supplementing a traditional exercise therapy intervention with group-mediated cognitive-behavioral counseling (GMCB) sessions resulted in knee osteoarthritis patients spending significantly more minutes per week engaged in moderate to vigorous physical activity than with the standard exercise intervention alone, Brian C.
In fact, the effects of exercise therapy depend on the patient, Fritsche noted.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has demonstrated that the rewiring and remapping of the brain are very possible with exercise therapy and how the brain mass increases in size with the release of neurotransmitters and increased blood flow.