The Osteoarthritis Action Alliance's Physical Activity Implementation Guide outlines strategies to help people and organizations that work in six key sectors to improve access to physical activity programs and resources for adults with OA.Read More
According to a significant amount of research, one of the best ways to prevent heart disease is simply going for a walk. Learn more about the benefits of this easy and accessible form of exercise, along with tips for making it as enjoyable as possible.Read More
Do you work with clients who experience chronic pain? When you consider an individual’s pain experience, a vast matrix of biological, psychological and social ingredients are in play. Learn why viewing chronic pain through a three-dimensional, biopsychosocial perspective can help refine your ability to create positive experiences for your clients.Read More
Much like tailoring your clients’ workouts to suit their fitness goals, selecting the right activity tracker must be individualized and thoughtful. Engaging with an app that provides a tangible, visible reminder of a commitment to increasing physical activity might provide the extra nudge your clients need to stick with exercise.Read More
After three separate think-tank style meetings and countless hours of work in between, the PfA Task Force completed a systems-change map that leads the United States toward an ultimate outcome of cultural transformation by the year 2035—a culture where physical activity is prioritized, feasible and enjoyable across diverse population groups; and where 50 percent or more of Americans in every community, demographic and age group achieve recommended levels of physical activity.Read More
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