1. Click here for information shared with me for my personal use by a physical therapist here in central Minnesota, Mike Arneson. Mr. Arneson has generously given me permission to reproduce his paper dated March 3, 1999 “Postpolio Syndrome: A Study relating to Geriatric Physical Therapy” here on this website. His intention is to offer this information as a general introduction to the subject, and suggests that any specific personal medical questions and concerns the reader might have should be addressed to one’s own physician and/or physical therapist.
This presentation is in two parts.
Part I is the text information developed from the research work.
For ease of reading and back-referencing, the study is
documented on five pages.
Part II is the list of references upon which this study is based.
These numbered references are presented on a single page with
numbers matching those that are found in the body of
the study text. At the bottom of each page of text
you will find a quick access link to this listing.
2. Here are just a few of the URLs found for Post-Polio Syndrome resources. Try several; each has different approaches or content. Some sites are produced by individuals, others by health care or government agencies. Many will give a selection of related links.