Exercise is Medicine®: A Global Health Initiative

The vision of Exercise is Medicine® (EIM), a global health initiative managed by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), is to make physical activity assessment and promotion a standard in clinical care, connecting health care with evidence-based physical activity resources for people everywhere and of all abilities.

EIM encourages physicians and other health care providers to include physical activity when designing treatment plans and to refer patients to evidence-based exercise programs and qualified exercise professionals. EIM is committed to the belief that physical activity promotes optimal health and is integral in the prevention and treatment of many medical conditions.

Support for the Exercise is Medicine® Initiative is provided by:

LATEST NEWS FROM EIM

NFL Veteran Chris Draft Joins ACSM’s Moving Through Cancer Task Force Board
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (February 14, 2024) The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and its Exercise is Medicine Program (EIM) announced today that former NFL linebacker Chris Draft has joined the Moving Through Cancer Task Force Board. Moving Through Cancer is the first disease-specific initiative within EIM and focused on making exercise a standard of oncological […] 
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Exercise is Medicine at Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center and Catholic Charities Mother of Mercy Free Medical Clinic Partner to Provide Free Lifestyle Medicine Programming to Medically Underserved Populations
Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center (FAFC), located onsite at George Mason University Science & Technology campus in Manassas, Virginia, recently partnered with Catholic Charities Mother of Mercy Free Medical Clinic to offer EIM-FAFCs first Spanish language, group-based, Exercise is Medicine® (EIM) program. Exercise is Medicine at Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center (EIM-FAFC) is committed to […] 
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Developing a Grassroots Physical Activity Referral Network for Cancer Patients: Rising Above + Beyond Cancer
The American Cancer Society projects that there will be over 1.9 million new cancer cases in the U.S. in 2023. Of that number, 20,460 will be in Iowa. The Iowa Cancer Registry estimates that there will be 360 new cancers in Clinton County, 110 new deaths, and 2,760 individuals living with cancer in Clinton, a […] 
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