Maintaining Healthy Joints: Desmond Stutzman, D.O.


For your knees and hips, one of the biggest factors is weight. Make sure that you’re keeping your body weight to a reasonable level because those joints have to withstand the stress of everyday walking.

The second you get up, you are stressing these joints and keeping your joints mobile. Stretching is probably one of the most important things that we could tell patients in regards to keeping healthy, happy joints.

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