Arthritis, in particular osteoarthritis, is a common problem that many experiences.

One treatment stands out as a great choice for many that have osteoarthritis:

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Refer to the Physical Therapy Corner

Manual therapy and therapeutic exercise can ease pain and improve strength and range of motion.

Here are three references and recommendations for knee arthritis:

Mind-body exercises can be a promising way to reduce pain and improve the quality of life for people with knee osteoarthritis.

There are many options for strengthening exercises with positive recommendations for patients suffering from knee osteoarthritis.

Individuals with knee osteoarthritis may benefit from a short-term aerobic exercise program that includes/without muscle strengthening exercises.

Here is a great reference for hip arthritis:

For hip osteoarthritis, a land-based therapeutic exercise is a good option, especially strength training. It can reduce pain, stiffness, and self-reported disability and improve physical function.

Here is a great reference for hand arthritis:

There were 46 positive grade recommendations (i.e. Forty-six positive grade recommendations (i.e. Further research is needed to determine the exact effect of different components of exercise.

Exercises for the Month

Instructions (**Please consult your physical therapist before you attempt this or any other exercise.

With a towel, Assisted Knee Range Of Motion

  • Attach a towel to the bottom of your foot/heel.
  • To bend the knee, use your arms to help you.
  • Continue to do so

Sets: 1Reps: 10
Sessions Everyday, As Tolerated
Hold Time 5 Seconds
Side: Both

Towel Squeeze

  • Gently squeeze the towel roll (or any similar object) gently
  • Repeat the process 10 times

Hip External Rotation with Bent Knee While Lying Down

      • Place one knee bent on your knees and lie back.
      • Keep your stomach muscles tight and slowly lower your bent knee towards the body.
      • Keep your opposite leg straight, and keep your hips in contact with the surface.
      • Repeat the process 5-10 times

Exercises courtesy of Real Time Rehab


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