It’s a club none of us wants to be a part of; nevertheless, as many as 10 million Americans are members: sharing a diagnosis of osteoarthritis. Caused by the wearing away of cartilage over the years, osteoarthritis often affects larger joints, such as the knees, and can be debilitating to a senior’s quality of life.Read More
Older adults are no exception to the rule that we should exercise and stay active to maintain health. However, for adults struggling with arthritis care, getting an adequate amount of physical fitness can be troublesome.
Thankfully, the most recent recommendations ease back on the intensity of exercise for aging adults with arthritis,Read More
Problems with joints and bones are a painful fact of life for many people. However, these conditions are often exacerbated in the elderly. These afflictions make getting around difficult at best, thereby forcing many to rely on mobility aids for walking or even standing, and possibly home care. Most of the aged population just chalk up the aches and pains to ‘arthritis’Read More