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An Exercise Infographic for Individuals with Limited Mobility


If you live with chronic pain, exercise can be potentially difficult, especially if you suffer from limited mobility. However, our friends at BurningNightsCRPS.org, a U.K.-based non-profit organization, is helping those affected by the chronic pain condition Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (or CRPS), overcome barriers.

Check out their handy infographic to learn the long-lasting benefits of exercise, the different types of exercise equipment available to those with limited mobility, and some safe, realistic, and achievable forms of exercise….

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