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Some medical conditions that restrict the movement of a diver's arms and legs may in turn limit in-water mobility. Additionally, some people may experience pain or discomfort with the physical exertion of Scuba diving. Before training, a medical evaluation would be necassary. Such health issues would require individual evaluation by a physician before learning to dive.

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