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Practicing flexibility workouts in arthritis

Significance and benefits

provailen, upper back pain relief, arthritis in the knee, back pain remedies, arthritis in back, low back pain treatment For decades, physiotherapists, clinicians and health care experts have strongly urged that patients with arthritis regularly practice and perform flexibility exercises to help improve their symptoms, range of motion and reduce some of the pain, rigidity, immobility and stiffness in the arthritis-affected joints and bones. 
For the same reason, the term “flexibility exercises” is often used interchangeable with the terms “stretching” workouts or “range of motion exercises”.

By their very definition, flexibility workouts help maintain normal and optimal joint working by enhancing and preserving key joint functions such as flexibility and mobility. All of such exercises are aimed at gently straightening and bending the joints in a well-controlled ways far as they comfortably will so as to help condition the swollen, tender joints in arthritis. Hence, during a standard flexibility exercise, the joints are stretched gradually, slowly and yet progressively farther (maintaining convenience levels for the user) until normal or near-normal range is obtained and maintained.

While every workout session should start and end with flexibility and range of motion workouts for the entire body, the following set of flexibility workouts are specifically recommended in people with arthritis:

While there is no fixed, single recommended frequency to perform any exercises in arthritis, it is generally believed that flexibility exercises should be performed on a daily basis. However, special consideration should be given to the fact that not all exercises can be performed with equal comfort by all age groups affected from arthritis and, therefore, choice of any flexibility workout should be left exclusively on the user himself / herself. Any performer, therefore, must take his or her time with these exercises and never stretch to the point of pain or difficulty in movements.

  • Have a both corrective (therapeutic) as well as preventive role in arthritis.
  • They also work to decrease the psychological and emotional pain associated with chronic, debilitating illnesses such as arthritis.
  • These exercises will help reduce your risk of injury as well as limber up those joints that have been stiffened by arthritis.
  • These workouts also boost your cardiovascular efficiency (pumping and working efficiency of your heart).
  • These exercises provide direct and prompt relief in bothersome symptoms such as joint pain, swelling, stiffening and inflammation.
  • They also improve overall sense of “general well being” in chronic (long term) patients of arthritis.

Because of these immense benefits and also due to the fact that flexibility workouts are considered an important form of warm-up and stretching, experts recommend that they should always be an essential part of any exercise regimen prescribed for arthritis and should be done prior to doing even any other type of exercise such as strengthening or endurance workouts or before engaging in any other physical activity including running or brisk walking.

 

 

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