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Recovery Strategies Pain GuideBook
A number of themes will repeat themselves through this book. But one theme that resonates for many is that you can control your pain, manage your own injury and even get out of pain with your own skills and with some guided help from a therapist. Education and knowledge are the first step in problem solving your own pain predicament.
Exercise and Cancer
An extensive and growing body of scientific research has established exercise as a particularly potent medicine for the management of cancer. In fact, the science suggests that exercise is one of the best medicines people with cancer can take in addition to their cancer treatments. That’s because people who exercise regularly following a cancer diagnosis experience fewer and less severe side effects. Emerging research also suggests that exercise may help lower the relative risk of a cancer recurrence and cancer-related death for people diagnosed with some cancers (most of the research has been conducted with breast, colorectal and prostate cancer patients).
Rheumatoid Arthritis - How to Live with it
Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms are caused by inflammation. That means your body’s immune system is releasing chemicals into your blood and joints that cause pain, swelling, stiffness and fatigue. Why? Because when you have RA, the normal signals that tell your immune system to spring into action — to protect your body from harm by viruses, bacteria, or injuries — are crossed. That’s called autoimmunity.
The Falls Guidelines use evidence based recommendations, good practice points, case studies and points of interest to facilitate understanding and promote implementation. There is a need for further research to establish the effects of interventions on falls rates. Therefore, the Falls Guidelines recognise that the sound clinical judgment of informed professionals is best practice in situations where strong recommendations have not been made
This is an exercise book written by someone who is not a trainer, a coach, an athlete, or a dancer. Someone who, like most readers of exercise books, spends her days in front of a computer or sitting in a meeting—not in a gym, in a dance studio, or on a tennis court. The only difference between me and you is that I used my brain to change my body. Now I am going to tell you how to do it, and you should. It’s your body, and if you don’t pay attention to it, who will?
This Manual presents comprehensive information related to the assessment and treatment of injuries in chapters organised according to body regions. Each chapter contains sections arranged according to the “presenting symptoms” for both acute and overuse injuries, and includes information regarding rehabilitation and procedures for returning to training and competition.