Stay Active with Arthritis

March 14, 2017

“Arthritis is probably the number one condition that people 65 or older contend with,” says geriatrician Marie Bernard, MD, deputy director of the National Institute on Aging in Bethesda, Maryland. The CDC estimates that it affects 49.7 percent of all adults over 65 and can lead to pain and lower quality of life for some seniors. Although arthritis can discourage you from being active, it’s important to work with your doctor to develop a personalized activity plan that, along with other treatment, can help maintain senior health.

Piedmont Crossing encourages and promotes a healthy lifestyle. Those living at Piedmont Crossing has access to beautiful walking areas and fitness centers to keep active. To learn more about Piedmont Crossing, call Blair at 336-474-3605.

 

credit: everydayhealth.com