Rehabilitation and maintenance of the joint replacement to full function will only occur with a full rehabilitation plan. Source: Exercise Works
Physical activity, medical nutrition therapy and other interventions (psychological, pharmacologic, surgical), can be tailored to meet an individual’s health-related or obesity-related outcomes. Source: Exercise Works
Regular exercise as part of everyday life can both prevent and reduce age-related physical and mental changes. Source: Exercise Works
Get moving from wherever you are with this 25 minute seated workout! This video will guide you through several strength and cardio activities to increase your heart rate and help you meet your physical activity goals. Source: National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD)
For older adults, multicomponent physical activity, that emphasizes functional balance and strength training is important to improve physical function and decrease the risk of falls or injury from a fall. Source: Exercise Works
If possible, start walking daily after your surgery. Walking stimulates the return of bowel function and helps you regain muscle and stamina lost while in hospital. Source: Exercise Works
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