Physical exercise as a therapeutic tool in drug addict’s rehabilitation
Manuel Pimentel González
Manuel Avelino Giráldez García
Carlos Lalín Novoa
Mª Dolores Pedrares Alonso
Dina Asienso Campazas
Alejandra Pérez Caaveiro
Francisco González García
Miguel Ángel Saavedra García
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Pimentel González, M., Giráldez García, M. A., Lalín Novoa, C., Pedrares Alonso, M. D., Asensio Campaza, D., Pérez Caaveiro, A., González García, F., & Saavedra García, M. A. (2004). Physical exercise as a therapeutic tool in drug addict's rehabilitation. Apunts. Educación Física y Deportes, 77, 48-54.
The great necessity of new professionals and the low quality of the physical activity programs performed on individuals with subtance abuse suggest new challenges and demand specific competences to the professionals of the physical activity that work with drug abusers.
In this context, the physical exercise should be considered as a therapeutic tool whose value resides in the adequate establishment of physical, psychological and social objectives, in the reflexive activities selection, in the correct design of the sessions and in the very best methodological intervention..
Published: July 01, 2004
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