Every day our legs, knees, and ankles take a beating. Walking, standing and moving throughout the day puts pressure on our joints, but it’s vital that we protect our mobility. Researchers believe that there are two things vital to an elderly person’s quality of life: social relationships and the ability to move painlessly (or at least the ability to move with minimal assistance).
The good news is that it doesn’t take much to protect our mobility—but it does mean making small choices over a long period of time. Here are a few ways we can keep our joints healthy for a long, full life.Continue Reading