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Patient Reported Effects of self-help Eurythmy Therapy managing Covid-19-Illness – A Case-Vignette

*Katharina Gerlach.


Mild course COVID-19 patients are mostly managed at home and need next to correct medication appropriate techniques to deal with their symptoms.
A 23-year old male performed self-administered Eurythmy Therapy exercises during 14 days quarantine and afterwards in rehabilitation.
The patient reported positive effect in terms of relaxation or vitalization of Eurythmy Therapy exercises on COVID-19 symptoms: headache, fatigue, dsypnoea, chest pain, body tension and asthenia.
Eurythmy Therapy exercises might be helpful managing COVID-19 symptoms and can be applied on a self-help basis.

Key words: COVID-19-rehab; COVID-19-treatment; Eurythmy Therapy, Min-Bod-Intervention; Self-help-exercise

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