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    What kind(s) of exercise(s) do you do?
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    CarlDF posted:
    I have osteoarthritis in knees, hips and spine. I was wondering what kinds of joint safe exercise(s) people do?
     
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    _swank_ responded:
    Swimming is the best exercise you can do for arthritic joints in my opinion. I couldn't live without a pool.
     
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    CarlDF replied to _swank_'s response:
    Sounds good!
     
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    mayaone replied to CarlDF's response:
    I have been dancing all my life and probably this has eased my pain, just keeping moving. I do take a lot of hot epsom baths before and after excercise so that's like swimming I guess. I also am now doing PT in a warm pool.
     
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    Greeneyes777 responded:
    I found Thai massage to be a Godsend.
     
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    Lainey_WebMD_Staff replied to Greeneyes777's response:
    Many members have raved about Tai Chi! Here are some WebMD links if you are interested:

    Tai Chi Video

    Tai Chi Medical Reference
    and
    Tai Chi Arthritis Relief

    I am going to try this exercise too! :)
    It's at the borders of pain and suffering that the men are separated from the boys. Emil Zatopek


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