44 patient evaluations for Physical Exercise

vibora329
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vibora329
Sex: M
Data Quality: 0 stars
Sensation: Severe
Overall: Mild
Cognition: moderate
Vision: mild
Speech: mild
Swallowing: mild
Upper limb: mild
Walking: moderate
I have:
MS

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Nov 17, 2008 (Started Mar 29, 2008)

  • Perceived effectiveness for Other: Major
  • Side Effects: None
  • Adherence: Always
  • Burden: Not at all
Dosage: Daily
Advice & Tips: My experience w/ tai chi has been very positive, Thus, I recommend any mser out there to give it a try , whether its standing (as I do) or sitting. The benefits are various and plenty.

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ShannonandJohn
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ShannonandJohn
Sex: M
Data Quality: 0 stars
Mental Symptoms : none
Physical Symptoms : mild
441
VL 30
I have:
HIV

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Nov 16, 2008 (Started Jul 07, 2003)

  • Perceived effectiveness for General health: Moderate
  • Side Effects: Mild
  • Adherence: Always
  • Burden: Not at all
Dosage: every other day
Cost: < $25 monthly
Side effects: Tiredness

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keller
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keller
Sex: M
Data Quality: 0 stars
Mouth/throat: none
Arms: none
Chest: none
Legs: mild
I have:
Parkinson's

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Oct 3, 2008 (Started Nov 09, 2005)

  • Perceived effectiveness for Stiffness/Spasticity: Moderate
  • Side Effects: Mild
  • Adherence: Always
  • Burden: A little
Dosage: 1 hr Daily
Advice & Tips: I feel better after a vigorous physical work out.
Cost: < $25 monthly

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cmsf
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cmsf
Sex: M
Data Quality: 0 stars
Mouth/throat: mild
Arms: severe
Chest: severe
Legs: severe
I have:
Parkinson's

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Sep 5, 2008 (Started Sep 01, 1986)

  • Perceived effectiveness for General health: Major
  • Side Effects: None
  • Adherence: Always
  • Burden: Not at all
Dosage: As needed
Advice & Tips: Because of repeated used of "progressive", the assumption is made that physical exercise will not be conducive to improvements. I have "drawn a line in the sand" and found that I can retain a level of mobility regardless of the difficulties encountered - once I made the comittment to also change my nutritional/medical regimen. There is a direct corrolation between healthy energy input and movement/mental output.

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