THE EFFECT OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE TO PREVENT ARTHROGRYPOSIS MULTIPLEX CONGENITA (AMC) DISABILITY ON INFANTS

Shumetie Agonafer Babu, Daniel Kebrit Muluye

Abstract


The purpose of this systematic review is to outline the effect of physical exercise to prevent Arthrogryposis or Multiplex Congenital (AMC) disability  on infants .This systematic review  results show that, to prevent children at birth from Arthrogryposis disability making the women be familiar with physical exercise in their life span before pregnancy will enables them to born child which is free from Arthrogryposis rather than the treatments that are given after birth of child with Arthrogryposis. In other words doing physical activities according to the principles of FITT before and during pregnancy of women is a better solution to reduce the exposure of Childs with Arthrogryposis or Multiplex Congenital (AMC) at birth.


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Physical Exercise; Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenital (AMC); Disability; Infant

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