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ID Article
1Adjusting to Limb Loss
2Aerobic Exercise for a Healthy Heart
3After Hip Replacement: Home Safety
4After Knee Replacement: Controlling Swelling
5After Knee Replacement: Keeping Your Knee Healthy
6After Knee Replacement: The First Month
7After Leg Amputation: Keeping Your Other Leg Healthy
8After Shoulder Replacement Surgery: Back in the Swing
9After Shoulder Replacement Surgery: Your Home Recovery
10After Total Hip Replacement: Recovering at Home
11After Total Hip Replacement: Returning to Activity
12Aphasia: Improving Communication
13Back Exercises: Bridge
14Back Safety: Bending
15Back Safety: Getting Into and Out of Bed
16Back Safety: Lifting
17Back Safety: Pushing and Pulling
18Back Safety: Sitting
19Back Safety: Sleeping Positions
20Back Safety: Standing
21Back Safety: Turning
22Cardiac Rehabilitation
23Cardiac Rehabilitation: Emotional Issues
24Cardiac Rehabilitation: Following an Exercise Program
25Chest Exercises
26Chronic Lung Disease: Controlling Stress
27Chronic Lung Disease: Maximizing Your Energy
28Chronic Lung Disease: Preventing Lung Infections
29Chronic Lung Disease: Starting an Exercise Plan
30Chronic Lung Disease: Tips for Quitting Smoking
31Controlled Breathing
32Coping with Shortness of Breath: Controlling Stress
33Dysarthria: Improving Speech
34Dysphagia: Exercises
35Exercise After Knee Replacement Surgery
36Exercise for a Healthier Heart
37Exercises After Breast Surgery: Ball Squeeze, Arm Cross, Broom Stretch
38Exercises After Breast Surgery: Wall Climb, Chicken Wing
39Exercises for Shoulder Flexibility: Pendulum Exercise
40Exercises to Increase Agility: Figure 8s
41Fitting Your Cane
42Fitting Your Crutches
43Fitting Your Walker
44Foot and Ankle Exercises: Ankle Circles
45For Caregivers: Coping Tips
46Hand and Wrist Exercises: Finger Grip and Release
47Hip Precautions
48Hip Safety: Dressing
49Hip Safety: Getting Into and Out of a Car
50Hip Safety: Getting Into and Out of Bed
51Hip Safety: Mastering Daily Tasks
52Hip Safety: Sitting
53Hip Safety: Sleeping Positions
54Hip Safety: Using the Toilet
55Home Safety After Joint Surgery
56Increasing Your Knee's Range of Motion
57Interstitial Lung Disease: Conserving Energy
58Interstitial Lung Disease: Preventing Lung Infections
59Learning to Use a Prosthesis
60Leg and Knee Exercises: Hip Pulls
61Leg Muscle Stretches: Knee Flexion
62Loss of Sensation: Safety Tips
63Loss of Trunk Control: Safety Tips
64Lower Body Exercises: Calf Stretch
65Lower Body Strengthening After Amputation
66Mood Swings and Depression After a Stroke
67Preparing Your Residual Limb for a Prosthesis
68Preventing Falls: Moving Safely Out of a Chair and Bed
69Preventing Falls: Moving Safely Outside
70Preventing Falls: Moving Safely Using a Cane or Walker
71Preventing Falls: Staying Active
72Protecting Your Neck: Posture and Body Mechanics
73Rehabilitation for Kneecap (Patella) Problems
74Resources for Chronic Lung Disease
75Shoulder Exercises: Wall Pushup
76Stroke: Resources and Support
77Stroke: Self-Care
78Stroke: Tips for Swallowing
79Taking Care of Your Residual Limb
80Transfer: Bed to Wheelchair
81Transfer: Wheelchair to Toilet
82Transferring Using a Transfer Board
83Transfers After Leg Amputation
84Treating Aphasia
85Treating Dysarthria
86Treating Dysphagia
87Understanding Dysphagia
88Upper Body Exercises: Front Raise
89Upper Body Exercises: Upright Row
90Upper Body Strengthening After Amputation
91Using a Cane
92Using a Cane with Your Prosthesis
93Using a Walker
94Using a Walker after Amputation
95Using Crutches After Lower Limb Amputation
96Using Crutches: Non-Weight-Bearing
97Using Crutches: Sitting, Standing, Through Doors
98Using Crutches: Up and Down Steps
99Using Crutches: Weight-Bearing
100Walkers: Bathing
101Walkers: Cars
102Walkers: Chairs
103Walkers: Going Through Doors
104Walkers: Stairs and Steps
105Walkers: Up and Down Curbs
106What Is a Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program?
107What is Aphasia?
108What is Dysarthria?
109What to Expect: The Months After Amputation Surgery
110What's in an Exercise Program?
111Your Neck Muscles

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