Physical and occupational therapy is a helpful tool for managing arthritis and joint inflammation, including pain, stiffness, and deformity.
Both occupational and physical therapies play essential roles in treating patients affected by arthritis. The primary goals of arthritis treatment include improving and restoring joint mobility; improving the strength of the muscles to support the joint; protecting the affected joints from additional irritation, structural deterioration, or deformity; enhancing the ability to perform daily activities; and managing pain.
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