Validity of accelerometry for measurement of activity in people with brain injury

The health risks associated with habitually low levels of physical activity are both serious and well documented. National and international public health authorities agree that, in many countries, the general population are insufficiently active and that this represents a major public health concern. Unfortunately, evidence indicates that people with disabilities are likely to be among the most physically inactive sections of the population.
Author(s):
Sean Tweedy and Stewart Trost
Publisher(s):
American College of Sports Medicine
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Unknown
Date Published:
October 2005
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USA Location: unknown
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