TOPICS IN CELL BIOLOGY OF EXERCISE
For many diseases and medical conditions typically treated by physical therapists, the cellular and molecular mechanisms are often well examined. However, less is known about how to use these cellular and molecular processes to provide the most effective exercise program for our patients. Therefore, Graduate Students in the Physical Therapy program at The Ohio State University developed this WIKI site to identify the cellular and molecular responses to exercise, to determine changes in cellular and moleular function induced by pathological conditions and to use these mechanisms to determine exercise guidelines for different clinical conditions.
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Please click on the header topics below to be redirected to that WIKI page.
ASSIGNMENT FOR FINAL MONDAY
- Sit in your disease group in class on Monday.
- Go through the OTHER Disease pages and NOT YOUR disease page
- IN the OTHER disease pages (both Cell Bio and Exercise), Each member of class should identify the following:
- a. In your opinion, what was the most common impairment of cell biology among the 6 diseases?
- b. In your opinion, what is the best cellular evidence for a particular exercise intervention?
- c. What was the most surprising thing you learned in this class?
Be prepared to discuss your answers.
See you monday!!!