Exercise for Health
1. Utilize the “Five A’s Model” to assist patients in making positive changes to their physical activity behavior.
2. Devise exercise prescription programs, based on evidence-based recommendations and guidelines, specifically tailored as primary or adjunct therapy for chronic health conditions.
3. Develop physical activity plans for older adults, using evidence-based recommendations and guidelines, aimed and promoting and maintaining health and physical independence.
4. Develop exercise prescription plans that emphasize the use of collaborative care plans, patient education, group visits, and community resources.
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Chuck Carter, MD, FAAFP, Residency Program Director, Palmetto Health Family Medicine Residency, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia
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