Your Mental Outlook on Arthritis Matters
According to a study, knee arthritis patients end up more active when they are confident in their ability to move.
Physical activity is recommended to manage pain and symptoms of arthritis. Focusing on patients’ personal confidence could be implemented in future physical activity intervention for osteoarthritis.
Find out more from the article here. “How you think about your arthritis makes a difference”
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