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26 Exercises for Wheelchair Users – Infographic

26 Exercises for Wheelchair Users – Infographic

Being a wheelchair user does not imply you have to spend a dull and boring life. Don’t let your wheelchair limit your lifestyle as even if you are disabled or have limited mobility, you can still get an active lifestyle.

Getting active will bring you vital health benefits and can help you manage easily your daily life too. From regular aerobic exercises to muscle-strengthening exercises, they are equally important for the health and overall welfare of wheelchair users as they are for other individuals.

If you are on a wheelchair due to an injury, illness, weight problem or disability, there are still numerous of ways you can exercise to boost your mood, relieve stress, ease depression, and strengthen your body muscles. Though there are challenges that you may experience with mobility issues, by adopting a strong will and creative approach, you can overcome physical limitations and live an active and healthy lifestyle.

The Bestrateddocs.com present to you a quick visual guide (done through 3D modelling) to some of the best exercises for individuals and seniors in wheelchairs to help live an active lifestyle. Do not restrict your wellbeing to a wheelchair! Have a look!

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HERE YOU CAN FIND HUNGARY’S FIRST OPEN-AIR INTEGRATED GYM

The first integrated gym and playground of Hungary opened in 2017 in Csepel, Budapest where children with disabilities, healthy children and adults can also enjoy the pleasure of exercise and play, read more HERE.


THE TECH BREAKTHROUGHS THAT COULD EMPOWER PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

Though there are numerous ways that technology can transform the lives of people around the world, there are few spaces where innovations are more significant than in the healthcare space. In healthcare, “adaptive” solutions allow those with disabilities to live an independent life without the constant presence of nurses and doctors, read more HERE.

Source: By Dr. David Taylor – bestrateddocs.com

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