Exercise and the musculoskeletal system.


1. Normal joints in individuals of all ages may tolerate prolonged and vigorous exercise without adverse consequences or accelerated development of OA. 2. Individuals who have underlying muscle weakness or imbalance, neurological abnormalities, anatomical variances, and who engage in significant amounts of exercise that stress the lower extremities, may… (More)


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@article{Panush1994ExerciseAT, title={Exercise and the musculoskeletal system.}, author={Richard S. Panush and Nancy E. Lane}, journal={Bailliere's clinical rheumatology}, year={1994}, volume={8 1}, pages={79-102} }