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I love plain Greek yogurt mixed with fresh or frozen blueberries.  Loaded with protein and antioxidants!  And no added sugar.  I also eat old fashioned oats sweetened with mashed banana, some peanut butter and cinnamon-yum!  Again no added sugar-more...
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I have been diagnosed with inflammatory arthritis.  I’ve had 3 levels fused in my neck.  I have intermittent pain in my neck, shoulders, elbows, hands, thumbs, knees and occasionally hips.  I have found exercise to be especially helpful, in particula...
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I have spinal stenosis with 3 levels fused in my neck as well as inflammatory arthritis.  I’m 53. I cant take NSAIDs due to allergies.  I have found exercise to keep muscles around the joints strong to be very helpful.  I take a turmeric supplement, ...
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Thanks Epster! I couldn’t cut and paste the diagram from my phone!  These are considered the gold standard for range of motion exercises for the hands and come from a reputable hand clinic despite the date of the article. I use them myself as I have ...
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As an occupational therapist, I agree that keeping your hands strong and agile helps you stay independent in your daily tasks. I recommend doing tendon gliding exercises. Here’s a research article that includes a great diagram of these exercises- hop...
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I love plain Greek yogurt mixed with fresh or frozen blueberries.  Loaded with protein and antioxidants!  And no added sugar.  I also eat old fashioned oats sweetened with mashed banana, some peanut butter and cinnamon-yum!  Again no added sugar-more...
k759465s 09-17-2021 06:37 PM
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I have been diagnosed with inflammatory arthritis.  I’ve had 3 levels fused in my neck.  I have intermittent pain in my neck, shoulders, elbows, hands, thumbs, knees and occasionally hips.  I have found exercise to be especially helpful, in particula...
k759465s 03-06-2019 06:58 PM
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I have spinal stenosis with 3 levels fused in my neck as well as inflammatory arthritis.  I’m 53. I cant take NSAIDs due to allergies.  I have found exercise to keep muscles around the joints strong to be very helpful.  I take a turmeric supplement, ...
k759465s 02-28-2019 05:56 AM
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Thanks Epster! I couldn’t cut and paste the diagram from my phone!  These are considered the gold standard for range of motion exercises for the hands and come from a reputable hand clinic despite the date of the article. I use them myself as I have ...
k759465s 02-08-2018 07:44 AM
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As an occupational therapist, I agree that keeping your hands strong and agile helps you stay independent in your daily tasks. I recommend doing tendon gliding exercises. Here’s a research article that includes a great diagram of these exercises- hop...
k759465s 02-07-2018 04:27 PM
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I love plain Greek yogurt mixed with fresh or frozen blueberries.  Loaded with protein and antioxidants!  And no added sugar.  I also eat old fashioned oats sweetened with mashed banana, some peanut butter and cinnamon-yum!  Again no added sugar-more...
k759465s 09-17-2021 06:37 PM
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I have been diagnosed with inflammatory arthritis.  I’ve had 3 levels fused in my neck.  I have intermittent pain in my neck, shoulders, elbows, hands, thumbs, knees and occasionally hips.  I have found exercise to be especially helpful, in particula...
k759465s 03-06-2019 06:58 PM
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I have spinal stenosis with 3 levels fused in my neck as well as inflammatory arthritis.  I’m 53. I cant take NSAIDs due to allergies.  I have found exercise to keep muscles around the joints strong to be very helpful.  I take a turmeric supplement, ...
k759465s 02-28-2019 05:56 AM
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Thanks Epster! I couldn’t cut and paste the diagram from my phone!  These are considered the gold standard for range of motion exercises for the hands and come from a reputable hand clinic despite the date of the article. I use them myself as I have ...
k759465s 02-08-2018 07:44 AM
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As an occupational therapist, I agree that keeping your hands strong and agile helps you stay independent in your daily tasks. I recommend doing tendon gliding exercises. Here’s a research article that includes a great diagram of these exercises- hop...
k759465s 02-07-2018 04:27 PM
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