Features April 2004 Issue

PT: Self-Directed Wellness

A physical therapistís job is to coach you for the leading role.

For those with arthritis, the role of the physical therapist may seem straightforward: Devise a plan to help you hurt less, move more, and function better. But the reality is a bit more complex. Your arthritis is often different from that of others, and the things you want to accomplish, with the help of physical therapy, will vary according to your job and lifestyle. Ö

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