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Arthritic knees: Exercise can help, but don't overdo it

Exercise to strengthen an arthritic knee reduces pain and improves daily functioning. It is important to match the right type and amount of exercise to the arthritis condition. Severe knee arthritis limits the amount of exercise possible.

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