Relief at Hand

Arthritis Today—June 1, 2016

In the May/June issue of Arthritis Today, John Indalecio, OTR/L, CHT, MS, a hand therapist at Hospital for Special Surgery, explains the benefits of using therapy gloves for reducing pain and stiffness for patients living with rheumatoid arthritis. According to the article, Indalecio indicates, "Too much fluid in the small finger joints can cause pain and a loss of mobility" and the gloves' compression helps drive fluid out of those joints.

To read the article, visit Arthritis.org. (Subscription required)

 

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