Features July 2019 Issue

Keep Your Garden Green and Your Joints Pain-Free

Do gardening work on a bench or table as much as possible to minimize the need to bend down.

Keep Your Garden Green and Your Joints Pain-Free

Some adaptations can keep people with joint pain gardening.

Spending time in the garden is a great way to interact with nature. It can bring great satisfaction, but it can also be hard work. If gardening has become too difficult because of the aches and pains of arthritis or other musculoskeletal problems, you may think you have to abandon it. With a few modifications and adaptations you shouldn't have to.

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