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Valley Stream/Wantagh (516) 887-5500
Brooklyn (718) 333-1500
Valley Stream/Wantagh Offices (516) 887-5500
Brooklyn Office (718) 333-1500

Low-Impact Exercise Alternatives


Advanced Orthopedics and Joint Preservation, PC, our leading Orthopedist in Brooklyn, can treat all of your joint pain issues. Whether it is lupus, arthritis, or inflammation, Advanced Orthopedics and Joint Preservation, PC, is committed to providing the highest caliber of orthopedic care feasible. Along with the treatment of short-term and long-term problems, our Orthopedist in Brooklyn strives to blend prevention strategies to make our patients’ lives much more comfortable. To avoid joint discomfort, try engaging in these low-impact exercises: 

Swimming:

Swimming builds cardiovascular endurance while simultaneously working for all the muscle groups in your body. For patients with arthritis (inflammation of one or more joints), swimming is a perfect low-impact workout that people with joint pain can not only enjoy but also feel satisfaction in the results. The support of the water and the freedom in the exercise allows for a therapeutic workout while dodging grueling joint irritation. 

Cycling:

Cycling is an effective way to execute a workout without causing stress on your knee and ankle joints. The most valuable part of cycling is that it is not a weight-bearing exercise. It can also be done in very scenic areas (depending on your location) along bike paths, which makes burning those calories just a little bit easier. If you do feel discomfort while cycling, our Orthopedist in Brooklyn may have to tweak your form and/or approach to the workout.

Yoga:

Yoga is a unique form of exercise that focuses on flexibility and breathing. The low-impact on the joints make yoga a perfect fit for patients with arthritis. However, there exists a notable amount of false interpretations regarding yoga. The truth is, yoga is an activity that is proven to boost your wellness and reap benefits such as good sleep and improved flexibility. If you have not given it a try yet, we recommend getting in touch with an instructor for further assistance.

Orthopedist in Brooklyn 

Our team at Advanced Orthopedics and Joint Preservation is fully committed to making your summer as stress-free as possible. Arthritis, a disease that affects an estimated 31 million Americans, can affect everyday activities. With the help of our Orthopedist in Brooklyn, you will be put in the best position to flourish this summer. With superior care as our extensive goal, Advanced Orthopedics and Joint Preservation, PC, will put you in the best position to combat your joint discomfort. Give our office a call today for scheduling an appointment.