Features May 2018 Issue

Ease Into the Driver’s Seat

Physical therapy, adaptations and possibly a driver rehabilitation program can keep you behind the wheel despite arthritis.

Ease Into the Driver’s Seat

When you have arthritis, driving can be a pain. Here are some ways to enjoy the road again.

If arthritis or back problems make driving a car difficult and painful, you may fear youíll have to stop driving. Donít give up yet. With work and some adaptations you should be able to remain comfortably in the driverís seat.

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