Gain Balance and Strength Through Your Sixth Sense

Proprioception is important not only for stability, but joint health.

The term proprioception can be a tongue twister. Pronounced pro-pre-o-sep-shen, the word is defined as the perception of stimuli relating to position, posture, equilibrium or internal condition. What it can mean for those with arthritis who lack this ability is increased pain and decreased function.
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