7. Conditions Where An Exercise Program Would Be Contraindicated
The above restrictions pertain, of course, to vigorous and sustained exercise. Exercises which are performed slowly and for a limited time or if done with assistance can prove beneficial in most cases, even in patients suffering from one or more of the above ailments.
The patient requires careful observation during exercise periods and the exercises should be immediately stopped if the patient shows signs of weariness, of if the skin turns either blue or excessively pale, or if the patient begins to breathe overly hard.
The rule of thumb is to start with simple movements. Observe the response and the reactions given by the patient. And, to build slowly!
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