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The Effect of a Period of Physical Exercise in Water on the Knee Osteoarthritis in Old Men

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Preface: Aging is a stage of life that increases the risk of physical diseases, some of which are chronic and can affect different dimensions of life’s quality. In addition, These days, exercising is effective in preventing chronic diseases such as osteoarthritis. The goal of the present research is to study the effect of a period of exercise in water program on the scale of knee pain, the rate of symptoms and the movement problems in daily activities, sports activities and pastime activities and the quality of old adults life.

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International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 44)
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64-71
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Y. Khanjari and R. Garooei, "The Effect of a Period of Physical Exercise in Water on the Knee Osteoarthritis in Old Men", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 44, pp. 64-71, 2015
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July 2015
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