- A Seasonal Circuit Series, Pumpkin Style
- Outdoor Fall Fitness and Wellness for the Entire Family
- The Road that Needs to be Built - Connecting Rehab to Physical Activity
- Alzheimer's Disease and Exercise
- 'Finding a good thing': the use of quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate an exercise class and promote exercise for adults with mobility impairments.
- Therapeutic value of exercise training in Parkinson's disease.
- Gadget Season
- The Combined Effects of Controlled Breathing Techniques and Ventilatory and Upper Extremity Muscle Exercise on Cardiopulmonary Responses in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury
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- Effects of Resistance and Endurance Training in Paraplegia
- Functional and Neuromotor Performance in Older Adults
- The effects of exercise on children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
- Systemic Lupus
- Parkinson's Disease and Exercise
- Training With Weights or Resistance
- Recommendations for physical activity in patients with multiple sclerosis
- Opening Doors: Why Fitness Facilities Should Make Room for People With Disabilities
- Fitness Can Be Fun!
- Seeking Balance in Life
- What I Have Learned This Month: Program and Fitness Professional Awareness
- Active Lifestyle Protects Against Incident Low Back Pain in Seniors
- The Importance of Fitness for People with Disabilities
- A Comparison of the Clinical and Cost-Effectiveness of 3 Intervention Strategies for AIDS Wasting
- People with Disabilities Need to Start Out with Higher Levels of Fitness
- The value of muscle exercise in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- Rheumatoid Arthritis and Exercise
- Voice from the Community: NCHPAD Resources for Management of Cerebral Palsy
- Eating Well to Fight Arthritis
- Don't Stay on the Sidelines: Find an Accessible Exercise Facility
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Depression and Physical Activity
- Spinal Cord Injury and Exercise
- What I Have Learned This Month: It Takes Patience to be Active for a Lifetime
She finished the last mile of her 10-mile run, but the pain in her knee forced her to stop running before she reached her goal of 10 miles; stopping before reaching her goals is very uncharacteristic for this 58-year-old avid runner. An athlete since childhood and a very active individual, she has not experienced knee pain since her junior year in college, when she tore the medial meniscus of her knee playing soccer and had arthroscopic surgery. Currently, after four weeks of pain during exercise, discomfort and stiffness throughout the day, and sporadic swelling surrounding the knee joint, she finally visits her physician, who explains that she has osteoarthritis.
Osteoarthritis can be disabling for many individuals. People must be aware of this condition and its impact. The purpose of this paper is to heighten awareness of osteoarthritis by discussing the pathology of osteoarthritis, conducting a current review of literature pertaining to osteoarthritis, and outlining recommendations concerning exercise guidelines for those with osteoarthritis and the health professionals working with them.