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Staying Active with Arthritis

Arthritis is a painful condition that causes inflammation and stiffness of the joints. Exercise has a number of health benefits for those living with arthritis, including decreased pain and fatigue, increased strength and flexibility, and improved ability to manage symptoms or prevent injury. Learn a few low impact exercises that can produce great results.

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Preparing for your Joint Replacement Surgery

NEBH believes that educated patients participating in their own care will improve outcomes. One way to get involved in your care is to ensure that you are fully prepared for your joint replacement surgery. There are many things people think about before going into surgery, such as making sure they have a ride home and taking time off from work, but there a number of things people often do not consider. Occupational therapists at NEBH offer the following advice on ways you can get ready for your joint replacement surgery.

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Getting Back to Activities Following Joint Replacement

If you are considering joint replacement surgery, or if you have just undergone a procedure, you may be wondering when you will be able to get back to certain activities. Although it is important to stay active after your surgery, remember to take is slow and try not to do too much too soon. 

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Living with Arthritis Pain

Arthritis is a painful condition that causes inflammation and stiffness of the joints. According to NEBH partner the Arthritis Foundation, approximately 50 million Americans have some form of arthritis and it is the leading cause of disability in the US. In honor of national arthritis awareness month, the Arthritis Foundation offers the following tips on living with arthritis. 

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