Human Performance Laboraory Programs: A Marshall University Graduate Program of Academic Excellence
Test Menu Diabetes Exercise Center

Principal Investigator and Director: William P. Marley, Ph.D., FACSM, FAACVPR
Medical Director: Henry Driscoll, M.D.
Coordinator: Lois E. Adkins, M.S.

Clinical Exercise Physiologist: Karri Britt, M.S.

Reception

Planning


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Lois E. Adkins, M.S. and Karri Britt, M.S.


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Lois E. Adkins, M.S. and William P. Marley, PhD.

Supervised Exercise





Education


Risk Factors



Nutrition



Medications



Exercise



Video



Nautilus Resistance Training

Resistance training is an important part of rehabilitation therapy for cardiac, pulmonary, and diabetes patients. It promotes the development of lean muscle mass; this enhances metabolism and facilitates effective weight management. As well, such training, when combined with cardiovascular activity, helps diabetes patients to reduce insulin resistance and maintain better control of their blood glucose levels.





Patient Monitoring

Patients are monitored regularly; this includes telemetry monitoring of their electrocardiogram as well as blood pressure and blood glucose measurements. This clinical data is used for developing exercise prescriptions, nutritional counseling, and related therapeutic interventions. The data are also shared with referring physicians.




















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Picnic

Barboursville Park





Awards Day


Achievement

Recognition


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