for Pediatric Patients with Hypertension (HTN)
Migliaccio et al., "Response to: Comment on "Differences in ventilatory threshold for exercise prescription
in outpatient diabetic and sarcopenic obese subjects"," International Journal of Endocrinology, vol.
These studies suggest that the context of exercise prescription
The author therefore suggests that a "Submaximal Clinical Exercise Tolerance Test (SXTT)" is most appropriate in the standard physical therapy clinic to provide baseline data and to determine safe and effective exercise prescription
Writing an exercise prescription
for these children is a three-step process:
The conditioning phase should include activity at a predetermined exercise prescription
varying the frequency, intensity, and duration of the work.
I once asked my hospital consultant if there was a way of obtaining what might be called an "exercise prescription
" from the NHS.
Six lessons in the Alexander technique followed by exercise prescription
were also found to be nearly as effective as 24 lessons.
It has enabled the centre, which provides 3,000 treatments a year, to buy specialist computer software to help with exercise prescription
. The software allows personalised exercise and information sheets to be given to patients and their carers, ensuring the benefits of carry-over between treatment sessions.
should again progress toward the goals being set, so long as it is being done in a safe manner and the exercises are being performed properly.
AiDEPT (Advanced Interactive Digital Exercise Prescription
Technology) has also been supported by the University of Teesside - which supplied funding as well as personnel and physical resources - and Cels, the North-East's centre of excellence for healthcare and life science, which also supplied funding.
Fred Pernet, managing director of AiDEPT Ltd (Advanced Interactive Digital Exercise Prescription
Technology), developed the VAE concept while working at the university.