Please follow the advice of your physician or physical therapist before initiating these exercises. People with OI are very different from each other. Every single person with OI (like people without OI) benefit from regular exercise and everyone can do it, if adapted to their own unique ability. There is no “cook book” that applies to everyone. Movements should be done in a slow and comfortable manner, without any jarring or pain. If you feel any pain, use common sense and stop the exercise. When starting to move more, keep in mind: “less is more” and find something you love to do!!!
EducationGeneral information about physical rehabilitation.
ExercisesAn overview of several exercises, both wheelchairbased and non-wheelchairbased.
HydrotherapyInformation and tools for hydrotherapy and swimming.
Daily livingPractical tips for living an independent life with OI.
Get inspired by othersGet inspired by others and see how you can dance, swim, play tennis and be active in your life with O.I.
By Age-groupFind helpful information for babies, children and adults.