Rhythmic activities are a series of movements in which individuals can take part during any steady and prominent beat. Professionals use these activities as therapeutic treatments for those who suffer from dementia. More »

According to the New York State Department of Health, rhythmic activities are all activities that are based on regular and prominent beats. Rhythmic body movements, auditory stimulation, musical instruments, chanting and... More »

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Rhythmic activities include clapping or snapping to the beat of a song. Stomping or tapping the feet to the beat of a song is also a rhythmic activity. More »

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Patients with osteoporosis benefit from hip exercises that strengthen the muscles in the back and hips, such as prone leg lifts and hip abductor movements, according to the National Osteoporosis Foundation. These exercis... More »

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The Tommie Copper recovery line of compression products gently compresses targeted muscles, which helps the body recover from physical damage, and its form-fitting sports performance products complement the body's natura... More »

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A Swedish massage is a massage style that combines different hand movements to break muscle knots, based on Western understanding of physiology and anatomy. At a spa, a licensed massage therapist usually does 50- to 60-m... More »

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Locomotor skills, which refer to a set of movements that involve moving the feet from one place to another, include walking, running, jumping, hopping and galloping. Skipping, sliding and leaping are also considered loco... More »

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