Home-based exercise after hip fracture improves functional mobility, activity

By Emily Delzell A home exercise program produced modest improvements in physical function in patients who had already completed standard rehabilitation after hip fracture, according to a study published on February 19 in the Journal of the American Medical Association . Boston University research­ers randomized functionally limited older adults to exercises taught by a physical therapist and performed independently for six months (n = 100) or to a control group (n = 95).

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Home-based exercise after hip fracture improves functional mobility, activity

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