Upper extremity exercise in people with rheumatoid arthritis — does 'extra' help?
from Body in Mind
It is well known that exercise is good for health and wellbeing – but is it OK to exercise if you have painful joints caused by an inflammatory arthritic condition? This is a question that concerns many people with rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis affects about 0.5 percent population globally and, although advances in drug treatment have revolutionized disease management, most people with rheumatoid arthritis still experience joint problems, such as wrist and hand swelling, pain and deformity.
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