Joint Protection and Arthritis - Protect and Prevent Joint Damage
- A - Z: Diet / Prevention
- A - Z: Joint Pain
- A - Z: Natural Therapies
- A - Z: Pain Relief
- Assistive Devices
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Sports Injury and Arthritis
- Where Does it Hurt?
Do You Use Joint Protection Techniques?
You can lessen arthritis pain and preserve your joints by following joint protection techniques and principles.
Is Hand Deformity From Rheumatoid Arthritis Preventable?
Following joint protection principles can help minimize deformity of the fingers and other small joints.
Assistive Devices for Arthritis
Assistive devices can make up for physical limitations caused by arthritis.
Top Knee Supports
Stabilizing and reinforcing the knee joint is important for people with arthritis of the knee. Knee supports can help with joint protection and pain reduction.
Top Back Supports
Proper posture can relieve strain on back muscles. Backrests, cushions, and specially designed pillows offer the necessary support.
Top Raised Toilet Seats
Getting up and down from a low toilet is difficult for people with arthritis. A raised toilet seat helps.
Reachers are a useful assistive device for people with arthritis.
Safe Lifting Techniques
Eight Safety tips when lifting heavy objects.
Slide Show: Joint Protection for People With Arthritis Pain
Joint protection is one of the most effective ways to avoid or relieve pain and prevent further joint damage, from Mayo Clinic.
Exercise Is Essential for Arthritis
Regular exercise is essential for arthritis patients.