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Search for published studies and researches that support the efficacy of aquatic therapy and exercises on a wide range of diseases and conditions.

Ai Chi for Fall Prevention in community-dwelling adults

Ai Chi for Fall Prevention in community-dwelling adults An Ai Chi-based aquatic group improves balance and reduces falls in community-dwelling adults: A pilot observational cohort study from Australia. | October 2016 By Elizabeth

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Aquatic Exercises in Women With Rheumatoid Arthritis

Aquatic Exercises in Women With Rheumatoid Arthritis Effectiveness of Aquatic Exercises in Women With Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Randomized, Controlled, 16-Week Intervention-The HydRA Trial Siqueira, Usmary S. PhD; Orsini Valente, Luciana G. MD; de

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Aquatic Exercise for Balance in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Systematic review of published studies on aquatic exercise for balance in patients with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, and hemiplegia Effects of Ai Chi on balance, functional mobility, strength and fatigue in patients with multiple

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Aquatic Therapy for Neurological Diseases

Aquatic Therapy for Neurological Diseases The effects of aquatic therapy on mobility of individuals with neurological diseases: a systematic review. Authors: Marinho-Buzelli AR, from the Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Science, Bonnyman AM and  Verrier MC from

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Aquatic Therapy for Subacute Stroke Patients

Aquatic Therapy for Subacute Stroke Patients Aquatic therapy improves outcomes for subacute stroke patients by enhancing muscular strength of paretic lower limbs without increasing spasticity: a randomized controlled trial. Authors: Zhang Y, Wang YZ, Huang

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Aquatic Trunk Exercise for Stroke Rehab

Aquatic Trunk Exercise for Stroke Rehab The effects of aquatic trunk exercise on gait and muscle activity in stroke patients: a randomized controlled pilot study Authors: Park BS, Noh JW, Kim MY, Yang SM, Lee

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Combined Aquatic Exercise for Dementia

Combined Aquatic Exercise for Dementia Development of combined aquatic exercise program to improve functional fitness and cognitive function for seniors with mild dementia. Authors: Dong-Keun Kang, Joo-Ha Jung, Jung-Jun Park from the Pusan National University,

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