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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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Back Pain: Aquatic Exercises and Education

Back Pain: Aquatic Exercises and Education Aquatic exercises and pain neurophysiology education vs. aquatic exercises alone for patients with chronic low back pain: a randomized controlled trial. By Pires D, Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco

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Water Exercises for Back Pain

Water Exercises for Back Pain The effects of aquatic exercise on body composition and nonspecific low back pain in elderly males. Khadijeh Irandoust, PhD and Morteza Taheri, PhD, from the Department of Physical Education, Imam

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Aquatic Exercises for Good Sleep

Aquatic Exercises for Good Sleep Effects of Aquatic Exercise on Sleep in Older Adults with Mild Sleep Impairment: a Randomized Controlled Trial. Chen LJ., Fox KR., Ku PW., Chang YW. from the National Taiwan University

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Good Move for People with Parkinson’s Disease

Good Move for People with Parkinson’s Disease Complementary physical therapies for movement disorders in Parkinson's disease: a systematic review. By Alves da Rocha P. from the School Allied Health, Department of Physiotherapy, College Science, Health

Aquatic Exercise for Chronic Kidney Disease

Aquatic Exercises for Chronic Kidney Disease A 10 year follow-up study concluded: low-intensity aqua aerobic exercise program may slow down or halt the progression of chronic kidney disease By Pechter U., Raag M., Ots-Rosenberg M.