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|The best way to deal with arthritis is not to get it in the first place. Osteoarthritis (OA) is not really a disease, it's much more of a condition. And in many cases, OA is a lifestyle-related condition. It is associated both with a long-term lack of activity and with being overweight.
In the sense of "use it or lose it", people who spend most of their day sitting at a desk and/or working on a computer are at risk for developing OA of the neck, lower back, hips, and knees. These same people are at even increased risk if they're overweight.
Supple joints that go through an entire range of motion are doing what they're designed to do. Given the structure of modern life, we need to intentionally work our bodies to keep them healthy and well. This means regular exercise and it means eating smart to maintain our weight at a healthy level.
What kind of exercise? Do what you like, do what you're interested in doing. Just be consistent and exercise three, four, or five days every week. And, every so often, vary what you're doing. Your body will let you know when it's getting bored.
Reverse the trend this year and actually LOSE WEIGHT during the holidays!
There's plenty to be thankful for this holiday season, so why not add weight loss to that list?! Master Personal Trainer, Jamie Fornal, provides you with the tools to avoid the stress of holiday weight-gain this season.
Enrollment is limited so reserve your spot below or call us at 972-930-9777 to take advantage of this exclusive offer.
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Dr Ray made a few quick adjustments to put the shoulder back in place...I left 40 minutes later almost pain free and able to raise and rotate my arm.