The most complete resource for arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation. It has everything from tips on exercise, diet and fundraisers. Check it out and sign up for their newsletter to be in the "know".
Everything you wanted to know about osteoarthritis can be found at:
The National Institute on Aging.
The Rheumatology Research Foundation is the largest private funding resource for rheumatology and training in the U.S. This website on rheumatology arthritis has a lot of high quality information on all the latest developments on arthritis.
Before beginning an exercise program, make sure you check with your health care provider or doctor.
The YMCA Arthritis Foundation has an aquatic exercise program for people suffering from arthritis. This program was developed in conjunction with the Arthritis Foundation. Check your local YMCA or health club for their arthritis aquatics program schedule. A great, fun way to exercise and easy on the joints!
Check out this video from the Aquatic Exercise Association on Arthritis: Aquatics Essentials. It will give you a great idea what aqua aerobics is all about!
Tai Chi - GREAT Exercise for Arthritis Dr. Paul Lam - Tai Chi for People with Arthritis An Introduction for Beginners
Leg Aquatic Exercise for Arthritis
From Club Kay Aquatic Rehab Center
Amazon Prime has a nice selection of Tai Chi, Yoga and Stretching introductory videos; you can do it right from home!
9 Foods to Eat or Avoid for Psoriatic Arthritis - from EveryDay Health
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