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  • You might be tempted to sit still to ease knee pain from osteoarthritis. A better move is to get moving with the right osteoarthritis exercises to build up the muscles around the joint.

    You might be tempted to sit still to ease knee pain from osteoarthritis. A better move is to get moving with the right osteoarthritis exercises to build up the muscles around the joint.

  • “Your goal with osteoarthritis exercise training is to eventually work your way up to 30 minutes of aerobic exercise five days a week. This could be a stationary bike, walking, swimming, or dancing. You should also do strength training two to three days a week in an exercise class, or weights at the gym,” advises Menz.

    More than 10 million Americans have of the knee — and for many of them, the last thing they want to hear is that they should exercise. That's because when your knee hurts, you might think that moving the joint will do more harm and cause more knee pain. But studies have shown that osteoarthritis exercises are one of the best things you can do for relieving knee pain — in fact, they can provide the same type of relief as nonprescription pain medications, with fewer side effects.

  • More than 10 million Americans have of the knee — and for many of them, the last thing they want to hear is that they should exercise. That's because when your knee hurts, you might think that moving the joint will do more harm and cause more knee pain. But studies have shown that osteoarthritis exercises are one of the best things you can do for relieving knee pain — in fact, they can provide the same type of relief as nonprescription pain medications, with fewer side effects.

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One of the best treatments for osteoarthritis is exercise. It may seem counter intuitive to be active when it hurts to move. Exercise has three main benefits for osteoarthritis sufferers. Firstly, it can help you to lose weight, which will lessen the impact on your joints. Secondly, it will strengthen the muscles that cushion your joints. Finally, it will help increase your range of motion which will help stave off the disease getting worse.