UA Study Shows Intensive Exercise Training Program Designed for Dementia Patients Improves Care in Clinical Setting

A  tailored exercise program can enhance functional performances in patients with dementia
The UA study combined high-intensity strength and functional exercises with specifically designed strategies for patients with dementia to promote exercise training in a hospital setting. The new exercise program was implemented in a hospital rehabilitation unit and compared with a usual-care rehabilitation program.

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