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1974 6
1975 6
1976 19
1977 17
1978 21
1979 32
1980 34
1981 22
1982 22
1983 28
1984 34
1985 32
1986 34
1987 46
1988 39
1989 43
1990 38
1991 47
1992 49
1993 62
1994 72
1995 51
1996 78
1997 67
1998 95
1999 120
2000 123
2001 126
2002 153
2003 194
2004 233
2005 309
2006 346
2007 419
2008 578
2009 821
2010 838
2011 995
2012 1230
2013 1385
2014 1609
2015 1940
2016 1830
2017 1993
2018 1897
2019 977
2020 7
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Exercise as Adjunct Therapy in Cancer.
Ashcraft KA, et al. Semin Radiat Oncol 2019 - Review. PMID 30573180 Free PMC article.
For instance, exercise improves efficacy of chemotherapeutic agents, and there is rationale to believe that it will also improve radiotherapy response. This review overviews the current preclinical as well as clinical evidence supporting exercise modulation of therapeutic response and postulated biological mechanisms underpinning such effects. ...
For instance, exercise improves efficacy of chemotherapeutic agents, and there is rationale to believe that it will also improve radi …
Exercise Therapy for Older Heart Failure Patients.
Fleg JL. Heart Fail Clin 2017 - Review. PMID 28602375 Free PMC article.
Whether exercise training can reduce mortality, hospitalizations, and overall health care costs in older adults with HF awaits the outcome of adequately powered multicenter trials....
Whether exercise training can reduce mortality, hospitalizations, and overall health care costs in older adults with HF awaits the ou …
Exercise for treating patellofemoral pain syndrome.
van der Heijden RA, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2015 - Review. PMID 25603546
Exercise therapy is often prescribed for this condition. OBJECTIVES: To assess the effects (benefits and harms) of exercise therapy aimed at reducing knee pain and improving knee function for people with patellofemoral pain syndrome. ...We included comparisons of exercise therapy versus control (e.g. no treatment) or versus another non-surgical therapy; or of different exercises or exercise programmes. ...
Exercise therapy is often prescribed for this condition. OBJECTIVES: To assess the effects (benefits and harms) of exercise
Exercise Training in Cancer Control and Treatment.
Christensen JF, et al. Compr Physiol 2018 - Review. PMID 30549018
In this overview article, we present the current state of the field of exercise oncology, which currently comprises of nearly 700 unique exercise intervention trials with more than 50,000 cancer patients. ...Many of these beneficial effects are linked to the general health-promoting properties of exercise. However, it is becoming increasing evident that exercise training can have direct effects on cancer and its treatment. ...
In this overview article, we present the current state of the field of exercise oncology, which currently comprises of nearly 700 uni …
Rehabilitation (exercise and strength training) and osteoarthritis: A critical narrative review.
Nguyen C, et al. Ann Phys Rehabil Med 2016 - Review. PMID 27155923 Free article.
Exercise therapy is widely recommended for managing knee, hip and hand OA. However, the level of evidence varies according to OA location. Overall, consistent evidence suggests that exercise therapy and specific strengthening exercise or strength training for the lower limb reduce pain and improve physical function in knee OA. ...
Exercise therapy is widely recommended for managing knee, hip and hand OA. However, the level of evidence varies according to
Physical activity and exercise for chronic pain in adults: an overview of Cochrane Reviews.
Geneen LJ, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 28436583 Free PMC article.
However, exercise may have specific benefits in reducing the severity of chronic pain, as well as more general benefits associated with improved overall physical and mental health, and physical functioning.Physical activity and exercise programmes are increasingly being promoted and offered in various healthcare systems, and for a variety of chronic pain conditions. ...METHODS: We searched theCochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR) on the Cochrane Library (CDSR 2016, Issue 1) for systematic reviews of randomised controlled trials (RCTs), after which we tracked any included reviews for updates, and tracked protocols in case of full review publication until an arbitrary cut-off date of 21 March 2016 (CDSR 2016, Issue 3). ...
However, exercise may have specific benefits in reducing the severity of chronic pain, as well as more general benefits associated wi …
[Exercise Therapy in German Medical Rehabilitation - an Analysis based on Quantitative Routine Data].
Brüggemann S, et al. Rehabilitation (Stuttg) 2018. PMID 28746951 German.
CONCLUSION: During the period examined the high importance of exercise therapy in German medical rehabilitation has increased. The results point at a meaningful concept behind the composition of exercise therapy taking indications and disease related factors into account....
CONCLUSION: During the period examined the high importance of exercise therapy in German medical rehabilitation has increased. …
Physical exercise for late-life major depression.
Belvederi Murri M, et al. Br J Psychiatry 2015 - Clinical Trial. PMID 26206864
AIMS: To investigate whether augmenting sertraline therapy with physical exercise leads to better outcomes of late-life major depression. ...CONCLUSIONS: Physical exercise may be a safe and effective augmentation to antidepressant therapy in late-life major depression....
AIMS: To investigate whether augmenting sertraline therapy with physical exercise leads to better outcomes of late-life major …
Exercise for anxiety disorders: systematic review.
Jayakody K, et al. Br J Sports Med 2014 - Review. PMID 23299048
For panic disorder: exercise appears to reduce anxiety symptoms but it is less effective than antidepressant medication (1 RCT); exercise combined with antidepressant medication improves the Clinical Global Impression outcomes (1 RCT, p<0.05); exercise combined with occupational therapy and lifestyle changes reduces Beck Anxiety Inventory outcomes (1 RCT, p=0.0002). For social phobias, added benefits of exercise when combined with group cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) were shown (p<0.05). ...
For panic disorder: exercise appears to reduce anxiety symptoms but it is less effective than antidepressant medication (1 RCT); e
Exercise and non-pharmacological treatment of POTS.
Fu Q and Levine BD. Auton Neurosci 2018 - Review. PMID 30001836 Free PMC article.
The use of horizontal exercise (e.g., rowing, swimming, recumbent bike, etc.) at the beginning is a critical strategy, allowing patients to exercise while avoiding the upright posture that elicits their POTS symptoms. As patients become increasingly fit, the duration and intensity of exercise should be progressively increased, and upright exercise can be gradually added as tolerated. ...
The use of horizontal exercise (e.g., rowing, swimming, recumbent bike, etc.) at the beginning is a critical strategy, allowing patie …
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