You may be feeling the pinch in your wallet with rising prices, but there are still many ways to be healthy and save money.
Personal trainer Alex Levine adapted his fitness regimen to manage ankylosing spondylitis, and is now helping others with chronic illness to do the same.
New research finds that only half of older adults with rheumatic disease get regular moderate activity, which is associated with better physical function, mental health, and quality of life.
"It’s not going perfectly, but if I deviate from my health plan, I know tomorrow is a new day and I’ll feel better when I get back on track."
Exercising with chronic illness isn't easy. Five people with inflammatory arthritis share how they've made exercise work for them.
Protect your joints and maybe even shave some shots off your score with these doctor- and pro-recommended tips.
Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) physical therapist Zack Rogers, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, addresses arthritis-friendly exercises, modifications, safety tips, and more.
These simple stretches can help soothe pain and stiffness when it may feel challenging to even get up — let alone get moving.
Positive self-talk can make a big difference when fatigue makes exercise feel nearly impossible. Here are a few phrases to help motivate you to move.
Studies of people with rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and axial spondyloarthritis show that physical activity led to less pain, fatigue, and disease activity compared to people who are less active.
From stretching before your workout to sitting while you do arm exercises, here are some ways to reduce arthritis pain and discomfort during exercise.