EIM-OC Resources

The resources on this page are designed to equip community members in their pursuit of a physically active lifestyle. The accordion below contains documents that 1) provide an overview of the Exercise is Medicine® initiative, 2) summarize current physical activity guidelines across many ages, stages, and chronic disease statuses, and 3) provide campus exercise professionals with resources to aid in exercise prescription.

Guidelines for Students, Faculty, and Staff

Guidelines for Other Ages and Stages

Guidelines for Special Populations

EIM Rx for Health – Alzheimers

EIM Rx for Health – Aneurysm

EIM Rx for Health – Anxiety and Depression

EIM Rx for Health – Asthma

EIM Rx for Health – Atrial Fibrillation

EIM Rx for Health – Bleeding Disorder

EIM Rx for Health – Blood Lipids Disorders

EIM Rx for Health – Cancer

EIM Rx for Health – COPD

EIM Rx for Health – Diabetes

EIM Rx for Health – Heart Failure

EIM Rx for Health – Heart Valve Disease

EIM Rx for Health – HIV-AIDS

EIM Rx for Health – Hypertension

EIM Rx for Health – Inflammatory Bowel Disease

EIM Rx for Health – Kidney and Liver Disease

EIM Rx for Health – Low Back Pain

EIM Rx for Health – Mobility Limitations

EIM Rx for Health – Osteoarthritis

EIM Rx for Health – Osteoporosis

EIM Rx for Health – Overweight_Obesity

EIM Rx for Health – Parkinsons Disease

EIM Rx for Health – Prediabetes

EIM Rx for Health – Pregnancy

Resources for Exercise Professionals

EIM-OC Action Guides

 

Tips for staying physically active while socially distant