Increasing Wellness Through Physical Activity in Children With Chronic Disease and Disability

@article{Coleman2018IncreasingWT,
  title={Increasing Wellness Through Physical Activity in Children With Chronic Disease and Disability},
  author={Nailah J Coleman and B. Nemeth and C. Leblanc},
  journal={Current Sports Medicine Reports},
  year={2018},
  volume={17},
  pages={425–432}
}
Children with chronic medical conditions face many challenges when considering sport participation. Compared with their healthy counterparts, they are often discouraged from physical activity or sports participation because of real or perceived limitations imposed by their condition. Prescribed exercise should be based on the demands of the sport, the effect of the disease on performance, and the potential for exercise-induced acute or chronic worsening of the illness or disability. This… Expand

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