Arthritis symptoms can be mild, moderate, or severe in some cases. Although symptoms may vary over time, symptoms tend to deteriorate and get worse as people age. The aggravation eventually becomes persistent, bringing a sense of powerlessness to perform everyday activities (climbing steps, walking, and running).
Although there isn’t a cure for arthritis, physical therapy is a way to mitigate the effects of arthritis. A trained physiotherapist will offer their patients a wide array of solutions to help benefit the person’s overall quality of life. A few common examples are listed below: