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Role of Diabetes and Sedentary Time in Outcomes of Structured Exercise Therapy for Peripheral Artery DiseaseGrant Why?
Exercise rehabilitation for treatment of claudication.Academic Article Why?
Exercise therapy for claudication.Academic Article Why?
Exercise rehabilitation for patients with peripheral arterial disease.Academic Article Why?
Regensteiner, JudithPerson Why?
Cervicothoracic Manual Therapy Plus Exercise Therapy Versus Exercise Therapy Alone in the Management of Individuals With Shoulder Pain: A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial.Academic Article Why?
Exercise therapy for claudication: latest advances.Academic Article Why?
Individual Differences in Response to Supervised Exercise Therapy for Peripheral Artery Disease.Academic Article Why?
Whipple, MaryPerson Why?
Exercise TherapyConcept Why?
Capin, JacobPerson Why?
Exercise rehabilitation for the patient with intermittent claudication: a highly effective yet underutilized treatment.Academic Article Why?
Implementation of Supervised Exercise Therapy for Patients With Symptomatic Peripheral Artery Disease: A Science Advisory From the American Heart Association.Academic Article Why?
Influence of Changes in Sedentary Time on Outcomes of Supervised Exercise Therapy in Individuals with Comorbid Peripheral Artery Disease and Type 2 Diabetes.Academic Article Why?
Patient perspectives on claudication: An opportunity to improve the adoption and adherence of exercise therapy.Academic Article Why?
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