How can a physical therapist help with treating arthritis?
Physical therapists provide exercises designed to preserve the strength and use of your joints. They can show you the best way to move from one position to another and can also teach you how to use walking aids such as crutches, a walker or a cane, if necessary.
From: Physical and Occupational Therapy for Arthritis WebMD Medical Reference
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