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Education in Exercise research snapshot July 2021

Keep up to date with this collection of recent articles with one tap full text access. Reading the entire article may contribute towards your professional development points or simply keep up to date with a quick scan of the abstract. 

Low bone mineral density following gastric bypass is not explained by lifestyle and lack of exercise 

This finding has implications for pre- and post- bariatric surgery exercise education. Closer follow up and more evidence is needed to understand how to prevent BMD losses.     

Pain Management through Neurocognitive Therapeutic Exercises in Hypermobile Ehlers–Danlos Syndrome Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain 

Reducing pain symptoms, fatigue, fear of movement and pain-associated disability through prescription tailored to the individual. 

Type 2 diabetes patients’ views on prevention of hypoglycaemia – a mixed methods study investigating self-management issues and self-identified causes of hypoglycaemia 

The patients are in the expert seat offering insight into their experiences of hypoglycaemia. Common causes unsurprisingly include physical activity. Movement professionals can play a greater role in supporting patients in this self-management activity through better understanding it’s complexity.  

The Efficacy of Backward Walking on Static Stability, Proprioception, Pain, and Physical Function of Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Controlled Trial 

Backwards walking is an effective adjunct to conventional treatment in reducing pain, improving physical function and static stability for knee OA patients.

The Effect of Integrated Intervention Based on Protection Motivation Theory and Implementation Intention to Promote Physical Activity and Physiological Indicators of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes 

Combining motivational interventions and implementing intention intervention can be effective in promoting the physical activity of patients with type 2 diabetes.

Association between physical activity and mortality in end-stage kidney disease: a systematic review of observational studies 

Higher physical activity was associated with reduced mortality in end-stage Kidney Disease patients. 

Effectiveness of Tele-rehabilitation Programs in Heart Failure: A Systematic review and Meta-analysis 

Tele-rehabilitation demonstrates functional capacity improvement in heart failure patients. Further research and more standardized protocols are needed to improve evidence on effectiveness, safety and cost-effectiveness.