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What's the goal of physical therapy for arthritis?

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The goal of physical therapy is to get a person back to the point where he or she can do their normal, everyday activities without trouble, despite their arthritis.

SOURCE: Arthritis Foundation

Reviewed by David Zelman on April 21, 2017

SOURCE: Arthritis Foundation

Reviewed by David Zelman on April 21, 2017

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