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This moment variation is designed to supply a source for workout clinicians operating with sufferers being affected by a wide selection of continual ailments and disabilities past cardiovascular and pulmonary illness, together with orthopedic, neurologic, metabolic, musculoskeletal, neoplastic, and immunodeficiency stipulations. Following the authors' specialist recommendation and illustrative case experiences, readers will easy methods to paintings with those frequently underserved populations via delivering them with workout evaluate, prescription, supervision, schooling, and final result evaluate. every one bankruptcy, devoted to a selected disorder or sickness, supplies a superb knowing of epidemiology, pathophysiology, analysis, and scientific and surgical treatments.

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64. Macko RF, Ivey FM, Forrester LW, et al. Treadmill exercise rehabilitation improves ambulatory function and cardiovascular fitness in patients with chronic stroke: A randomized, controlled trial. Stroke 2005;36(10):2206–2211. 65. Ivey FM, Ryan AS, Hafer-Macko CE, Goldberg AP, Macko RF. Treadmill aerobic training improves glucose tolerance and indices of insulin sensitivity in disabled stroke survivors: a preliminary report. Stroke 2007;38(10):2752–2758. 66. Rimmer JH, Rauworth AE, Wang E, Nicola TL, Hill B.

24. Ramasubbu R, Robinson RG, Flint AJ, Kosier T, Price TR. Functional impairment associated with acute poststroke depression: the Stroke Data Bank Study. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 1998;10(1): 26–33. 25. Alberts MJ, Easton JD. Stroke best practices: A team approach to evidence-based care. JAMA 2004;96(4 Supplement):5S–20S. 26. Macko RF, DeSouza CA, Tretter LD, et al. Treadmill aerobic exercise training reduces the energy expenditure and cardiovascular demands of hemiparetic gait in chronic stroke patients.

The problem may be distractibility, fatigue, or desire to move to another location faster than is safe to move with a hemiparesis. Challenges in the clinic, such as fast ambulation and obstacle courses, help to deter further falls. Other causes, such as vertigo, heart failure, medication side effects, and an unsafe household with throw rugs, uneven surfaces, and slippery bathrooms must be addressed as well. REFERENCES 15. Lai SM, Studenski S, Richards L, et al. Therapeutic exercise and depressive symptoms after stroke.

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