Exercise could be the answer for people who suffer with arthritis.
Researchers suggest exercise is key to managing the pain caused by arthritis.
They say it helps to strengthen and lubricate your joints.
Rheumatologist, Dr. Elaine Husni said, "A lot of people say, "I have arthritis. How can I exercise? I feel worse the next day. How could this be good for you?" But the key role is you have to keep your joints moving if you want to keep them healthy."
Doctors say flexibility, strength, and aerobic exercises are all good choices for you, if you have arthritis.
Water-based therapy works well for elderly patients.
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