Arthritis Care & Research.

Article: Effect of preoperative exercise on measures of functional status in men and women undergoing total hip and knee replacement, Daniel S. Jie Huang, Benjamin E. Bierbaum, Sarah A. James Rubano, Christine E. Connolly, Sandra Alpert, Maura D. Iverson, Jeffrey N. Arthritis Care & Research, October 2006, (DOI: 10.1002/art. Contact: Amy Molnar John Wiley & Sons,.

In the United Statesatient rehabilitation through exercise before hip and knee joint replacement ReducedOsteoarthritis is increasingly common among older Americans and is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. Exercise is widely used in the treatment of osteoarthritis and is an important part in rehabilitation following joint replacement. The level of function prior to knee and hip has been shown to be closely related to work after the surgery, but little is known about the effects of exercise on patients with end-stage osteoarthritis known. A study in the October 2006 issue of Arthritis Care & Research (checks whether a training program prior to hip or knee replacement patients would publish benefit in terms of function, pain and muscle strength before or after surgery..Ciar n Devane, chief executive at Macmillan Cancer Support, said:.’There are many individuals by cancer who wish to work you have the skills and experience in order profit their employer and to work has, of course, good for you. Also There is no point from working from working if simple changes to their working hours and surroundings all required is There the land struggling withdraw their debts. Is it not better help at into work keep remain more than 100,000 people of working age will be diagnosed with cancer every year – employer can no longer afford this problem this problem. ‘.

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