Paramus Daily Voice—November 1, 2016
According to Dr. Markenson, there is a common myth that if you have knee osteoarthritis (OA), physical activity will make your knees feel worse. However, that's not the case. The right treatment plan of regular physical activity has been shown to improve some arthritic symptoms.
While it may seem counterintuitive, maintaining an active lifestyle can strengthen muscles, improve functionality, ease pain, and reduce depression and fatigue for those with knee OA, Dr. Markenson adds.
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