Fitness Minutes: (112,042)
46,222 3/30/12 12:28 A
Talking with your doctor is certainly a good starting point, so if you have not done so, that is where I would recommend you turn to first. I have also included a link to our new Limited Mobility Lifestyle Center which is a perfect resource to help you along.
Fitness Minutes: (66,181)
7,159 3/29/12 11:54 P
1. doctors check up before starting any exercise routine 2. start very small and add more time as you feel better 3. get the weight off- lossing 176lbs worked for me- I was able to drop 1200 mgs of pain killers daily..
for each lb of overweight it gives 4 lbs of excess stress to each joint..
Go for eating healthy and use a table top hand bike called a ergometer.. The foot may be out of commission but we can also peddle with our hands..
I have Arthritis in my foot and I find it hard most of the time to walk long distances or be on my feet for any amount of time. I want to get back into walking and eventually running . Do anyone have any suggestions as to what I can do to help so I wont be in so much pain or do I just have to suck it up and deal with it.
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