Dr. Oz's Top Tips for Healthier Joints

Learn what you need to do to keep your joints healthy.

Dr. Oz's Top Tips for Healthier Joints

Joint pain and osteoarthritis are major causes of disability among older adults in the U.S. Learn more about how you can protect your joints and what to do if you’ve started to have pain.

Avoid the Wrong Kinds of Movements

While staying active is good for your joints, certain movements are more likely to lead to injury. Any activity that requires rapid changes in direction, twisting, pivoting or direct impact to joints can lead to damage and tears to the structures of the joint. Stick to activities like running, swimming or cycling and stay away from activities like basketball or football.

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