Health experts regularly claim that exercise is one of the most significant things you can do to lower your risk of developing chronic disease, but it can also help to reduce symptoms and the use of medications while managing existing chronic illness.
In my professional opinion, there isn’t a chronic condition that exercise cannot help
Strength and Resistance Training
Strength training builds muscle and promotes healthy joints, easing pain and improving range of motion and function for activities of daily living (ADL’s).
Stretching and Flexibility Training
Stretching and flexibility training improves range of motion, gait stability and muscle memory to ease pain, prevent falls and keep the body moving as it should.
Aerobic and Cardiovascular Training
Aerobic exercise (cardio) prevents heart disease, improves circulation, improves pulmonary functions and lowers blood markers of inflammation (CRP, SED RATE).