Staying Active

Updated: Mar 24

Medical professionals advise all to remain active as we age. Well, that is more important for adults living with CP. Recent studies give us suggestions of what to do such as increase isometric strength and lets us know the benefits gained from it. The strength gained contributes to lowering the occurrence of bone related conditions.

Of course, talk it over with your medical team, but here are a few exercises to try.

Top Exercises for People Living With a Disability

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