Review: Both aerobic and home-based quadriceps strengthening exercises reduce pain and disability in knee osteoarthritis
- Exercise beneficial in knee OA. // Pulse;11/14/2012, Vol. 72 Issue 37, p12
The article offers information on a study according to which aerobic exercises for knee pain is more effective in patients suffering from osteoarthritis.
- Home exercise as good as walking in osteoarthritis. // GP: General Practitioner;4/22/2005, p19
The article informs that arobic walking and home-based quadriceps strengthening exercises are equally effective in reducing pain and disability from osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee. The researchers analysed 13 randomised trials, including 2,304 OA patients aged an average of 67 years. Of these,...
- Effect of breathe right nasal strips (BRNS) on measures of performance in aerobically trained males. West, S.A.; Perry, A.C. // Journal of Athletic Training (National Athletic Trainers' Associ;Apr-Jun98 Supplement, Vol. 33 Issue 2, pS35
Reports on a study which examined the impact of breathe right nasal strips (BRNS) on male aerobics performances, to determine whether nasal cross-sectional area increase is associated with the improvement of performance. Effectiveness of the BRNS; What did repeated measurements of ANOVA...
- Review: Both aerobic and home-based quadriceps strengthening exercises reduce pain and disability in knee osteoarthritis: COMMENTARY. Schattner, Ami // ACP Journal Club;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 143 Issue 3, p71
This article comments on a clinical study according to which both aerobic and home-based quadriceps strengthening exercises reduce pain and disability in knee osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis of the knee is very common as a third of elderly persons show radiographic evidence of knee...
- Exercise benefits confirmed in OA. // Pulse;Nov2013, p17
The article discusses the findings of a meta-analysis published in the 2013 issue of the "British Medical Journal" (BMJ), which shows the benefits of combined programmes of strengthening, aerobic exercise and flexibility to pain management and improved function in osteoarthritis (OA) patients.
- When does it hurt? // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Dec1997, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p440
Presents a summary of the article `Perception of Pain Following Aerobic Exercise,' by K.F. Koltyn, W. Garvin, and others, found in `Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise,' Volume 28.
- The relationship between quality of life and aerobic fitness in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Chia-Ling Chang; Cheng-Ming Chiu; Su-Ying Hung; Si-Huei Lee; Chang-Shun Lee; Chi-Ming Huang; Chen-Liang Chou // Clinical Rheumatology;Jun2009, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p685
Aerobic fitness is among the various aspects of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patientsâ€™ lives that may deteriorate as a result of the disease and, in doing so, influence patient attitudes toward their own general health. This cross-sectional study examined (1) relationships between...
- CHANGES IN PULMONARY FUNCTION RESPONSE TO A 10-WEEK CONTROLLED EXERCISE PROGRAM IN SEDENTARY ELDERLY ADULTS. Guoyuan #Huang; Wayne H. #Osness // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Apr2005, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p394
This randomized clinical trial was aimed to assess whether pulmonary function would change in sedentary elderly people after a controlled exercise program. 45 participants over 75 yr. of age (M age 83.7 Â± 3.0) were assigned randomly to a control and two aerobic exercise groups of moderate and...
- Moderate, low-impact exercise benefits patients with OA of the knee. // Geriatrics;Feb97, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p23
Reports that moderate, low-impact aerobic exercise benefits patients with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee. Implications of aerobic exercise or weight training on patients with OA of the knee; Case studies on 364 community-dwelling subjects age 60 or older with OA, pain, and self-reported...