Please see the index below for a list of all our articles on Exercise.

If you are new to the subject, we recommend starting with: Exercising with Arthritis

Strengthening and conditioning shoulder exercises can help to stabilize the glenohumeral joint and minimize the effects of shoulder arthritis pain.

Shoulder stretches for osteoarthritis, such as the overhead, crossover, and towel stretches, can be done once or twice a day to support range of motion.

Water exercise, known as water therapy, aquatherapy, or hydrotherapy can help people with osteoarthritis pain because of the reduced pressure on the joints in water.

Water workouts can be a good option for people with fibromyalgia, as they can improve overall fitness while limiting stress and pain to the joints.