• Published 2009

Progressive resistance training in chronic musculoskeletal disorders

@inproceedings{Jorge2009ProgressiveRT,
  title={Progressive resistance training in chronic musculoskeletal disorders},
  author={Renata Trajano Borges Jorge and Marcelo Cardoso de Souza and Anamaria Jones and Imp{\'e}rio Lombardi J{\'u}nior and F{\'a}bio Jennings and Jamil Natour},
  year={2009}
}
Introduction: Progressive resistance training has been suggested as a therapeutic modality that attempts to promote the standardization of the prescription of physical exercises in physical therapy, besides optimizing the results of the treatment. Objective: To review studies that used progressive resistance training in chronic musculoskeletal diseases and to demonstrate the importance of including this type of training in the rehabilitation of those diseases. Source of the data: Pubmed… CONTINUE READING

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