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It's the golden rule of joint health: The more you move, the less stiffness you'll have. Whether you're reading, working, or watching TV, change positions often. Take breaks from your desk or your chair and get active.

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B Y D R A N O O P J H U R A N I + 919829019985 dranoopj @ yahoo . co . in www . a n oo p j h u r a n i . c o m The C o nn ec t i o n s Between Your Bones Tips to Keep Joints Healthy

Stay in otion:

Stay in o t i o n It's the golden rule of joint health: The more you move, the less stiffness you'll have. Whether you're reading, working, or watching TV, change positions often. Take breaks from your desk or your chair and get active.

Safety First:

S a f e t y First It's the golden rule of joint health: The more you move, the less stiffness you'll have. Whether you're reading, working, or watching TV, change positions often. Take breaks from your desk or your chair and get active.

Shed Some Pounds:

Shed Some P o u n d s Your size affects some of the strain on your hips, knees, and back. Even a little weight loss can help. Every pound you lose takes 4 pounds of pressure off the knees. Ask to dr. Jhurani what's the best way for you to get started.

Don't Stretch Before Exercise:

Don't Stretch Before Exercise Your size affects some of the strain on your hips, knees, and back. Even a little weight loss can help. Every pound you lose takes 4 pounds of pressure off the knees. Ask to dr. Jhurani what's the best way for you to get started.

Go Low-Impact:

Go Low-Impact Which exercise is good? The best choices are activities that don't pound your joints, like walking, bicycling, swimming, and strength training.

Flex Some uscle:

Flex S o m e u s cl e Get stronger to give your joints better support. Even a little more strength makes a difference. A physical therapist or certified trainer can show you what moves to do and how to do them. If you have joint problems, avoid quick, repetitive movements.

Work on Your Range:

Work on Your Range Are your joints too stiff a? You'll want to get back as much range of motion as you can." That's the normal amount a joint can move in certain directions. Your doctor or physical therapist can recommend exercises to get yours where it should be.

Dr. Anoop Jhurani:

A highly qualified, fully trained and experienced orthopedic surgeon who specializes in Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Surgery. Dr Jhurani has pioneered Rabotics, Computer Navigation and Partial Knee Replacements in Rajasthan. He has been practicing Knee and Hip Replacement since the last 12 years and has performed more than 6500 joint replacements. Dr. Anoop Jhurani

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Visit for personal c o n s u l t a t i o n : www.anoopjhurani.com

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