Physical Activity Key to Easing Arthritic Pain, Decreasing Drug Dependence

Recent studies affirm that physical activity is key to reducing pain in patients with arthritis. Along with certain self-management education interventions, targeted physical activities can work to alleviate pain and improve quality of life. #Arthritis #Pain 

Physical Activity Key to Easing Arthritic Pain, Decreasing Drug Dependence

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