New OTRF exercise program helps decrease pain, maximize function for individuals with arthritis or a joint replacement

Arthritis affects more than 52 million people of which nearly a half have activity limitations according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you suffer from shoulder, hip or knee arthritis, or had a joint replacement, then you will want to download and begin using the Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Teaching and Research Foundation’s (OTRF) new exercise program, Keep Moving, which is specifically designed for those individuals.

The program is created so you can perform exercises for an upper body, a  lower body, or a full body workout depending upon your specific need or limitation, and includes warm up, stretching, strength and conditioning, and even optional core exercises.

Click to download a PDF of the program, or visit the OTRF website at where you also will find other sport-specific programs you can download.

OTRF is the nonprofit 501(c)(3) foundation created in 2007 by Dr. Steven Chudik to keep people active and healthy and serve as a reliable, unbiased source for information and research—especially for the treatment and prevention of shoulder, knee and sports injuries.  Dr. Steven Chudik is the president of OTRF and an orthopaedic Top Doc surgeon specializing in shoulder, knee and sports medicine in Westmont and Western Springs, Ill.

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