You may not always feel like exercising, but physical activity is beneficial for everyone, especially those with advancing or moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Get moving with this guide to creating a rheumatoid arthritis exercise plan. We’ll explain how to get started, exercises to do, and more.
Joint pain is one of the most common symptoms of RA, and it can be severe. This infographic provides a guide to soothing the pain of RA in the main regions of your body where flares tend to be most noticeable, including your neck and back, hands and wrists, and legs and feet.
Planning a wedding comes with challenges, and living with a chronic condition doesn't make it any easier. Patient advocate Leslie Rott Welsbacher shares her tips for planning a wedding while living with rheumatoid arthritis, such as scheduling a shorter day and having comfy shoes available.
Patient advocate Leslie Rott Welsbacher shares her tips for hosting family events if you live with rheumatoid arthritis, such as breaking tasks into steps and accepting offers of help. With some extra planning, you can consider hosting family events without taking on too much.