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This text is designed to provide a resource for exercise clinicians working with patients suffering from a wide variety of chronic diseases and disabilities other than cardiovascular and pulmonary disease. It is an extension of two existing ACSM publications: ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription and ACSM's Resource Manual for Exercise Testing and Prescription. The many chronic diseases and disabilities addressed reflect the diverse conditions for which exercise therapy has been shown to provide benefit.
Table of Contents
Section I: NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS Chapter 1: Stroke Chapter 2: Cerebral Palsy Chapter 3: Multiple Sclerosis Chapter 4: Parkinson's Disease Chapter 5: Spinal Cord Dysfunction Chapter 6: Postpolio and Guillain-Barré Syndrome Chapter 7: Muscular Dystrophy and Other Myopathies Chapter 8: Peripheral Neuropathy and Neuropathic Pain Chapter 9: Brain Injury Section II: MUSCULOSKELETAL CONDITIONS Chapter 10: Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Fibromyalgia Chapter 11: Exercise and Activity for Individuals with Nonspecific Back Pain Chapter 12: Osteoporosis Chapter 13: Vertebral Disorders Chapter 14: Amputation Section III: NEOPLASTIC, IMMUNOLOGIC, AND HEMATOLOGIC CONDITIONS Chapter 15: Neoplasms Chapter 16: Physical Activity, Diet, and the Immune System Chapter 17: Exercise and HIV Infection Chapter 18: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chapter 19: Hematologic Disorders Section IV: CLINICAL PRACTICE ISSUES FOR THE RCEP Chapter 20: Evolution of the Clinical Exercise Physiologist Chapter 21: Client Referral & Consulting Relations with Allied Professions Chapter 22: Demonstrating Functional Outcomes for Health Fitness Chapter 23: Legal & Ethical Considerations