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Title:
Exercise beats arthritis : an easy-to-follow program of exercises
Author:
Sayce, Valerie.
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Publication Information:
Palo Alto, Calif. : Bull Pub., 1998.
Physical Description:
viii, 133 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780923521455
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Book

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Summary

Current medical and scientific evidence shows that exercise is one of the most useful and direct methods that anyone can use to combat most forms of arthritis. This book offers a well-organised program that will help arthritis sufferers of all ages manage the problems of living with this condition. Over 225 photographs make the instructions for each group of exercises clear and easy to follow. Exercise: minimises the pain and limitations of arthritis; keeps joints mobile and increases muscle strength; Strengthens bones and fragments.


Author Notes

Valerie Sayce is the physical activities educator at the Australian Arthritis Foundation in Victoria, Australia. Ian Fraser is the author of numerous handbooks for teachers.