With proper guidance, strength training has become one of Eileen Davidson’s favorite tools for managing a painful battle with rheumatoid arthritis. This is how it became a critical part of her exercise routine and overall treatment plan.
‘If my RA has taught me anything, it’s that me must move forward and learn to adapt. Even though it’s painful, I know this is the right choice for me and for Jacob.’
‘I remind myself—I am not stuck at home. I am *safe* at home.’
Listen to those who walk the arthritic walk and talk the talk as an advocate. No one can tell you better than someone who has a lived experience.
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