Training for Better Surgical Outcomes

Hitting the gym before a procedure may reduce surgical risks and speed recovery.

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Surgery is stressful on the body and mind. The degree of stress depends upon many factors, including the magnitude of the surgery, the preoperative condition of the patient, and the

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