The role of therapeutic exercise in managing systemic sclerosis

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คุณาวุฒิ วรรณจักร
พิมลพรรณ ทวีการวรรณจักร

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          Physical therapy has significant role in systemic sclerosis. Therapeutic exercise delay or decrease hand deformity, expand the lung. Because systemic sclerosis increases rate of collagen fiber reproduction and found in every part of the body, especially in skin, hand and internal organ. Extremely collagen fiber reproductions have an affect on skin, hand and internal organ sclerosis. Decrease quality of life in finally time. Physical therapy and therapeutic exercise improve mobility of body, hand and breathing. Prevention or decrease disability and increase quality of life for systemic sclerosis patients.

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