The Role of Exercise Training in Treating Peripheral Artery Disease provides an overview of new developments in the role of exercise training in treating peripheral artery disease (PAD). The DVD discusses the diagnosis and management of PAD, as well as looks at the impairment to walking ability and health-related quality of life (HRQL) that PAD can cause and the impact that exercise training can have on those outcomes. The DVD also offers a comparison of the results of supervised vs. unsupervised walking exercise programs for treating PAD. In addition, the DVD explores validated alternative exercise therapies for PAD patients.
Among the topics covered:
â€¢ Peripheral artery disease (PAD)-clinical presentation, evaluation, and treatment
â€¢ The role of exercise training for treatment of peripheral artery disease