Exercise To Improve Functional Outcomes In Persons With Osteoporosis: A Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis


Osteoporosis International

Date Published

06 January 2018


A. Varahra 1, I. B. Rodrigues 2, J. C. MacDermid 3, D. Bryant 3, T. Birmingham 3 


Osteoporosis affects many aspects of daily life. A multicomponent exercise program of high-speed training combined with simulated functional tasks is promising to enhance functional outcomes, but it is unclear which exercise program is optimal. Exercise to improve every day’s functioning should mirror movement patterns and demands of real-life situations. Health conditions and special needs of individuals dictate exercise type, intensity, and velocity of movement.

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