Exercise to Improve RA

An exercise program can help relieve pain and improve function.


People with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may shy away from engaging in too much physical activity, fearing it will make joint pain worse. But research shows that exercise can be effective for pain relief, says Cleveland Clinic physical therapist Adam Dennison, DPT.

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