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Got arthritis? Keep moving! Physical activity, even for people with arthritis, strengthens muscles, keeps joints flexible, preserves good balance, improves function, and helps you maintain a healthy weight.

Move Your Way link: Want to get more physical activity? Build a weekly plan

While clearly defined physical activity is beneficial for everyone, so is the simple act of moving more. Find ways to move that are safe and enjoyable, set goals that are attainable, and be an active participant in your life every day. Need help? Check out our Active Living Resources….


Active Living Resources

It is recommended for adults with OA to get 2.5 hours of moderate aerobic (walking, running, etc) and 2 days of muscle strengthening exercise per week to improve pain and function. Always consult with your healthcare provider before beginning any physical activity routine, especially if you have special issues or multiple chronic conditions.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCESWalk for better health.