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Exercise and arthritis

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Series : Arthritis Care

Published : 2015
Page Length : 56
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Arthritis Care

Find out about the benefits of exercise and the more common forms of safe exercise to help motivate you to start on the road to fitness and well-being. Exercise can seem daunting if someone is living with the pain of arthritis every day. However, establishing a good exercise routine can help limit pain, maintain mobility, boost energy and keep muscles strong to support joints. It can also help prevent disability. This booklet explains the benefits of exercise and details some easy exercises that can be done anywhere!


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