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Types of Arthritis
Learn about OA, the most common type of arthritis.
Learn about the rheumatic conditions that affect children.
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Walk With Ease
The Arthritis Foundation's Walk With Ease Program provides resources to reduce your arthritis pain through walking.
Find out how Walk With Ease can make a difference in your life – in a format that is right for you and your lifestyle.
Purchase a Walk With Ease Kit or print resources from your guidebook.
Walk With Ease Online Tools
The Walk With Ease Online Tools offer a fully private environment where you can record key elements of the Walk With Ease program. You’ll also find resources to help you get started and stay motivated.
See how the online tools can help you reach your personal walking goals.
Use these interactive tools to take your starting and ending point self-tests and complete your contract.
Walk With Ease Videos
These step-by-step instructions for warming up, basic stretches, additional stretches, and strengthening exercises will help you succeed in your walking program.
Walk With Ease Exercises
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