Do your joints get achey with the cold in Winter? Read this interesting article from Andrew Lavender from Curtin University in Western Australia in The Conversation To read more about joint aches in the cold click here
New research shows aquatic exercise could be more effective in improving hip and knee strength in people with arthritis. Ideas for boosting the effectiveness are outlined in this article. Free access to this full article until Feb… https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1UFQewCfq-SH Aquatic Physios and other professionals working in the pool could use the opportunities in water for greater.
We published a systematic review in Aquatic exercise including walking in water this month. The main implications are that if you don’t push yourself to move faster in the water you will generally move 2-3 slower due to drag. Check out the full article below..it’s free for the next week or so in Gait and.
In a systematic review of 11 research studies in lower limb arthritis, aquatic exercise has been found to be effective at managing pain and improving function. Function can include activities like walking. This is good news for the growing number of people suffering from hip or knee osteoarthritis. Further information can be found at: Waller.