You CAN exercise on painful joints

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Research has shown that exercise can help reduce arthritis pain and improve range of motion, and it’s now considered an essential part of arthritis management.

This is a far cry from days past, when people with arthritis were warned to not exercise to avoid further damage to joints. Doctors now know that, in addition to all its heart health benefits, regular exercise can:

  • Reduce inflammation, stiffness, and joint pain
  • Build muscle around joints, better supporting them and protecting them from shock and daily wear and tear
  • Increase flexibility
  • Improve endurance

You do need to take some special precautions to make sure that your exercise routine provides maximum benefit while reducing the risk of injury and pain from sore joints. 

If you would like some help with learning how to go about exercising and being fit on arthritic or painful joints, please do not hesitate to contact us for your FREE personal training consultation now.

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