Maintaining a level of physical activity is important for managing PsA.
Exercise is an important part of managing PsA, without causing joint damage.
Exercising in water is a great way to strengthen muscles, improve flexibility and ease stiff joints.
Walking is an effective way of reducing pain and stiffness of PsA.
Strength training can help to improve muscle strength, support joints and improve mobility.
Tai chi is a gentle exercise that can improve posture and balance and decrease stress.
Dance and aerobic classes can improve cardiovascular fitness, pain relief, flexibility and balance.
Golf is a great for walking, mental stimulation, socialising and stress-relief.
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