Exercise for Osteoarthritis
Patricia Bratianu
Patricia Bratianu
December 10, 2018
Exercise can make a big difference in how you feel if you suffer from osteoarthritis. Read on to learn about exercise for osteoarthritis.

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Osteoarthritis in Fingers

Coping with Osteoarthritis in the Fingers and Hands

Experiencing osteoarthritis in the fingers and hands can make everyday tasks like tying your shoes, opening jars, and even holding your cell phone painful.
420 found this helpful by Susan Cassidy on July 9, 2018
Inflammatory Arthritis

What Is Inflammatory Osteoarthritis?

Although each type of inflammatory arthritis is different, with each its own set of symptoms, they all have one thing in common: inflammation of the joints.
391 found this helpful by Krystina Ostermeyer on January 8, 2018
Osteoarthritis of the Hip

What Causes Osteoarthritis of the Hip?

Osteoarthritis of the hip results when the cartilage cushioning the joints of the hip wears out, causing pain and stiffness. Learn more about it here.
355 found this helpful by Lana Barhum on September 22, 2017
Osteoarthritis and Injury

How an Injury Can Lead to Osteoarthritis

What is known about osteoarthritis and injury? When a person injures a joint they have an increased risk of developing OA in that same joint in the future.
146 found this helpful by Ali Esfahani on January 18, 2017


If the arthritic changes put pressure on a nerve (i.e. neck or lower back), you can experience numbness and tingling in the hands, or legs respectively.
295 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on April 2, 2015
Weather & Osteoarthritis

Weather and Osteoarthritis

What can you do when you cannot escape the weather and osteoarthritis? Check out the following tips to prepare for what Mother Nature dishes out!
448 found this helpful by Yvonne Banks on February 10, 2015