Maintenance of exercise participation in individuals with spinal cord injury: effects on quality of life, stress and pain

@article{Ditor2003MaintenanceOE,
  title={Maintenance of exercise participation in individuals with spinal cord injury: effects on quality of life, stress and pain},
  author={David S Ditor and Amy E. Latimer and Kathleen A. Martin Ginis and Kelly P Arbour and Neil McCartney and Audrey L. Hicks},
  journal={Spinal Cord},
  year={2003},
  volume={41},
  pages={446-450}
}
Study design: Follow-up study of seven individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) who completed a 9-month randomized control trial (RCT) of exercise training.Objective: In a 9-month RCT conducted in our lab, individuals with SCI who participated in a twice-weekly supervised exercise training reported greater perceived quality of life (PQOL), and less stress and pain than a nonexercising control cohort. The present follow-up study examined the voluntary continuation of exercise training after the… CONTINUE READING

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