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Osteoarthritis and Exercise

Posted Jun 02 2009 4:33pm

San Francisco Chiropractor and Chronic Back Pain Doctor Comments on the Benefits of Exercise for Spinal or Degenerative Arthritis:

Aa0516281 Some spinal arthritis patients find it extremely difficult to perform certain exercises...like weight lifting or even physical therapy. But the thing is...exercise is usually something the patient should be doing.

After all, life is motion. Every joint in the body, including the spinal joints are what is called avascular. This means there is no direct blood supply to the joint. The joints stay healthy with motion. This is how they exchange nutrients and expel waste products with the bloodstream.

So, it can be quite beneficial to explore your options with your doctor and try to come up with some osteoarthritis exercises that you can handle. Chances are...you will be glad you did.

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