What may help:
A rolling bar cart can be a handy way to move stuff around the kitchen. Stock it with whatever you use a lot. The cart can help you cut down on extra bending and lifting because you don't have to bend or reach into your cabinets as much. Try to keep appliances you use a lot on the counter or at counter height.
Grip aids may lessen your need to push, pull, or twist really hard. Try an electric opener for jars, bottles, cans, or corkscrews. Or use manual tools like utensils, knives, or peelers with wide handles. Some are made specifically for people with joint pain and arthritis.
A food or vegetable chopper is another easy-to-use tool that'll take stress off your hands and fingers. Or bypass chopping completely by stocking your freezer with pre-cut fruits and veggies. They're just as healthy as the fresh kind, and you won't have to lean over a cutting board.