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Where Does It Hurt?
Back & Neck
The spine runs from the back of the neck to the lower back and can be painful and stiff from problems such as arthritis and muscle stress.
These ball-and-socket joints move in almost all directions. Shoulders are prone to arthritis injury and fracture.
Elbows can be affected by arthritis and repetitive use that can mean ongoing pain and stiffness.
These ball-and-socket joints move in almost all directions. Arthritis and osteoporosis can mean pain, stiffness or fracture.
Wrists, Hands & Fingers
Wrist, hand and finger joints are among the most important joints for performing daily activities.
The ankle is a complex joint with many moving parts, making it vulnerable to injury and arthritis.
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From golf to yoga, learn how you can still do the things you love with arthritis.
How to choose a yoga class that’s right for you.
An ancient Chinese exercise offers arthritis relief through slow, gentle movement.
Try one of these joint-friendly exercises for arthritis.
Don't know how to start a fitness routine? The Arthritis Foundation has a safe, simple plan.
Be a pedal pusher and strengthen your heart, hips and knees.
An Arthritis Foundation tai chi instructor talks about the exercise class.
Can a 5,000-year-old practice that combines movement, breathing and relaxation techniques be good for people with arthritis? You bet!
Use these tips to learn how to work out with weights.
You can’t do yoga if you have arthritis. Yoga’s too gentle to have real health benefits. You’ll have to get fit before you start yoga. There are many myths about yoga – we set out to debunk a few.
Pick the yoga practice that’s best for your joints.
A yoga instructor with arthritis experience can help you adjust your poses and reduce joint strain.
Practicing yoga regularly can reduce pain, increase flexibility, improve function and lower stress, studies now show.
Follow these tips to adjust your swing and keep playing golf.
Maintain range of motion and reduce the risk of injury with warm-up exercises before you play golf.
The Wii Fit isn't your average video game or piece of home exercise equipment. It's an "exergame," specifically designed to give you a workout.
Find out which fitness fads are worth trying and which could harm your joints.
Beat joint pain by taking your walking routine to the pool.
Aquatic walking classes can help soothe pain and keep you in shape.
Get a great workout and keep fitness fun with specialty dance classes like Zumba.
If arthritis makes practicing yoga difficult, try it from a seated position.
Yoga strengthens, relaxes and even helps promote weight loss.
Shed pounds and stay motivated by adding a hybrid workout to your routine.
Aquatic treadmills make walking in water more beneficial than ever.
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