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What amenities might help in a hotel if I have rheumatoid arthritis?

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A pool can help you stick to your exercise routine, a hot tub can ease sore joints, and an on-site restaurant or room service is helpful if you don't feel like going out at mealtime.

SOURCES:

Hospital for Special Surgery: "Have Arthritis, Will Travel," "8 Ways to Help You Travel Easier With Your Arthritis."

Arthritis Foundation: "Travel Trips."

Society for Accessible Travel and Hospitality: "How to Travel with Arthritis."

University of Washington Medicine: "Travel and Arthritis."

Reviewed by David Zelman on July 11, 2017

SOURCES:

Hospital for Special Surgery: "Have Arthritis, Will Travel," "8 Ways to Help You Travel Easier With Your Arthritis."

Arthritis Foundation: "Travel Trips."

Society for Accessible Travel and Hospitality: "How to Travel with Arthritis."

University of Washington Medicine: "Travel and Arthritis."

Reviewed by David Zelman on July 11, 2017

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