Multiple Sclerosis and Exercise
Clinical Exercise Physiology: Application and Physiological Principles
This text will focus on the underlying causes of various disease states, the manifestation of symptoms, the use of exercise as a diagnostic tool, the utility of exercise as a rehabilitative vehicle, and the use of exercise to monitor and evaluate clinical progress. The book will describe the new developments in clinical research and technology associated with diagnoses and treatment, as well as the techniques and methods of exercise prescription and subsequent evaluation and progress. With both national and international experts contributing chapters in their respective fields, this book’s strength is in its broad-based appeal, its utility as a textbook and as a reference text, and its well-balanced approach to medicine, applied physiology, and pathology.
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Mulcare, Janet A. and Jackson, Kurt, "Multiple Sclerosis and Exercise" (2003). Physical Therapy Faculty Publications. 78.