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Physical Medicine and Rehabiliation
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Improve your physical medicine and rehabilitation knowledge with article provided by Jacques Courseault, M.D.

Summer Heat Exercise Safety Tips

Learn how to exercise safely in the summer without developing a heat-related illness.

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FAQ: Can Muscle Turn Into Fat If You Stop Working Out?

Missing planned workouts happens to the best of us. In addition to the tremendous guilt deep inside your conscience, you notice that certain areas of our body that were once muscular are now […]

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Resistance Bands: The Key to Simple, Effective Muscle Building

Phil Hitchcock, a Tulane University School of Medicine student, teaches you the proper way to exercise with a resistance band workout routine designed to build muscle, strength and improve endurance.

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How to Lose Weight After Knee Surgery

The average person gains up to 14 pounds after knee surgery! Learn simple, but effective methods to lose commonly gained weight after your procedure. Tweak your diet and exercise habits to return to the body you had before surgery.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Therapeutic Home Exercise Program

Learn how to perform an effective and safe therapeutic home exercise program to prevent and treat your symptoms associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Many cases of this ailment can be treated conservatively with exercise.

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Achilles Tendonitis/Retrocalcaneal Bursitits Home Exercise Program

It's amazing how such a small problem can cause so much pain. If you have been diagnosed with Achilles Tendonitis or Retrocalcaneal Bursitis, I am sure that you can relate. The Achilles or heel pain you feel is most likely worse with standing, walking and activity, particularly when you bring your toes towards your face. Getting off your feet and applying ice to the back of your heel will most likely improve your pain. In addition to the treatments that your doctor prescribes and recommends, you can perform a home exercise program to strengthen your Achilles tendon and to stretch it out.

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Resistance Band Workout Routine for Patients

A handout that physicians can give to patients to teach them how to safely workout with resistance bands.

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Home Exercise Program for Fibromyalgia

Having fibromyalgia is no doubt a difficult disorder to deal with. Because this is a disorder that slows you down, it can make exercising with fibromyalgia even more difficult and frustrating. Not only do you […]

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Is it Safe to Exceed Your Maximum Heart Rate

Q: I was curious if there are any known reasons to avoid strenuous exercising that creates a ‘maximum-heart rate’ scenario? When I ride my bicycle on steep hills or mountains, I can easily max out […]

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