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The role of physical activity in prevention and treatment of peripheral vascular disorders

Jarosław Pasek, Agata Stanek, Grzegorz Cieślar
DOI: 10.5603/AA.2020.0004
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Acta Angiologica 2020;26(1):19-27.

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Vol 26, No 1 (2020)
Review papers
Published online: 2020-03-25

Abstract

Peripheral vascular diseases constitute one of the most significant medical and social problems. Physiotherapy plays an important role among and in addition to various treatment modalities. Physiotherapy for vascular applied in vessel disease treatment primaliry consists of resonable and regular exercises and activities, and selected physical procedures. The review paper presents current data concerning the most commonly applied exercises and physical procedures in selected peripheral vascular diseases.

Abstract

Peripheral vascular diseases constitute one of the most significant medical and social problems. Physiotherapy plays an important role among and in addition to various treatment modalities. Physiotherapy for vascular applied in vessel disease treatment primaliry consists of resonable and regular exercises and activities, and selected physical procedures. The review paper presents current data concerning the most commonly applied exercises and physical procedures in selected peripheral vascular diseases.

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vessel diseases, physiotherapy, treatment

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Title

The role of physical activity in prevention and treatment of peripheral vascular disorders

Journal

Acta Angiologica

Issue

Vol 26, No 1 (2020)

Pages

19-27

Published online

2020-03-25

DOI

10.5603/AA.2020.0004

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Acta Angiologica 2020;26(1):19-27.

Keywords

vessel diseases
physiotherapy
treatment

Authors

Jarosław Pasek
Agata Stanek
Grzegorz Cieślar

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