VHI Occupational Therapy Exercise and Rehabilitation Software Module

Down Syndrome Occupational Therapy Exercises, Down's Syndrome

Desk Exercises: How to Exercise at Work

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  • Occupational therapy home exercise programs can help individuals of all ages, ranging from children to seniors afflicted with medical conditions that include stroke and musculoskeletal abnormalities. Occupational therapy emphasizes the emotional, social and physiological effects of injury or illness. Done consistently, exercises can help individuals recuperate properly in preparation for returning to a functional lifestyle. Check with your doctor before starting any new exercise program.

    Occupational therapy home exercise programs can help individuals of all ages, ranging from children to seniors afflicted with medical conditions that include stroke and musculoskeletal abnormalities. Occupational therapy emphasizes the emotional, social and physiological effects of injury or illness. Done consistently, exercises can help individuals recuperate properly in preparation for returning to a functional lifestyle. Check with your doctor before starting any new exercise program.

  • Occupational therapy home exercise programs can help individuals of all ages, ranging from children to seniors afflicted with medical conditions that include stroke and musculoskeletal abnormalities. Occupational therapy emphasizes the emotional, social and physiological effects of injury or illness. Done consistently, exercises can help individuals recuperate properly in preparation for returning to a functional lifestyle. Check with your doctor before starting any new exercise program.

    Walking needs to be included in an occupational therapy home exercise program to help individuals return to the functioning level available prior to injury, according to the American Heart Association. Walking aids in overall muscle strengthening and flexibility, and it can help to improve your capability of performing every day tasks such as lifting items and improving exercise tolerance. It can enhance blood lipid levels and cardiovascular fitness, improve oxygen intake and utilization while also increasing independence levels. If walking is too difficult, walking on a treadmill offers the advantage of using harnesses and rail supports. Walking for a minimum of 20 minutes on at least three days weekly is recommended.

  • Walking needs to be included in an occupational therapy home exercise program to help individuals return to the functioning level available prior to injury, according to the American Heart Association. Walking aids in overall muscle strengthening and flexibility, and it can help to improve your capability of performing every day tasks such as lifting items and improving exercise tolerance. It can enhance blood lipid levels and cardiovascular fitness, improve oxygen intake and utilization while also increasing independence levels. If walking is too difficult, walking on a treadmill offers the advantage of using harnesses and rail supports. Walking for a minimum of 20 minutes on at least three days weekly is recommended.

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Walking needs to be included in an occupational therapy home exercise program to help individuals return to the functioning level available prior to injury, according to the American Heart Association. Walking aids in overall muscle strengthening and flexibility, and it can help to improve your capability of performing every day tasks such as lifting items and improving exercise tolerance. It can enhance blood lipid levels and cardiovascular fitness, improve oxygen intake and utilization while also increasing independence levels. If walking is too difficult, walking on a treadmill offers the advantage of using harnesses and rail supports. Walking for a minimum of 20 minutes on at least three days weekly is recommended.