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Breast Implant Exercises HD

After breast augmentation surgery with implants, patients are often advised to perform range of motion exercises for two purposes:

After breast augmentation surgery with implants, patients are often advised to perform range of motion exercises for two purposes:

Breast Implant Exercises HD

by Otto Placik MD
Breast Implant Exercises HD
Breast Implant Exercises HD
Breast Implant Exercises HD

What is it about?

After breast augmentation surgery with implants, patients are often advised to perform range of motion exercises for two purposes:

Breast Implant Exercises HD

App Details

Version
8.0
Rating
NA
Size
59Mb
Genre
Medical Health & Fitness
Last updated
May 28, 2013
Release date
May 2, 2012
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App Store Description

After breast augmentation surgery with implants, patients are often advised to perform range of motion exercises for two purposes:
Phase 1) in order to avoid compensatory postures and positions that may produce chest, back, neck or shoulder spasm and pain, and
Phase 2) to displace the implant within the breast skin envelope so that the volume of the surgical pocket as well as to potentially prevent or minimize hardening of the soft tissues around the implant known as a capsular contracture.

This app has been designed by Otto Placik MD based on experience and clinical research. The app is intended to provide a step-by-step guide to performing Phase 1 and Phase 2 exercises. Alarm reminders are available to remind the user when and how to perform the exercises.

Features:
1) written and illustrated exercise guides
2) videos demonstrating the exercise techniques
3) the ability to adjust time, and frequency of exercise regimens
4) the option to include your own additional or unique exercise regimens
5) exercise alarms and reminders