Joint Health Strate­gies that Keep YOU Mov­ing

Reader's Digest - - Life Well Lived -

We asked Dr. Nick Din­u­bile, a na­tion­ally renowned or­tho­pe­dic sur­geon and sports medicine spe­cial­ist, his rec­om­men­da­tions for health­ier joints.

I have joint dis­com­fort in my knee. What can I do?

Man­age your weight to help de­crease the chance of arthri­tis and in­flam­ma­tion. Eat healthy and take a high-qual­ity joint sup­ple­ment to help sup­port joint com­fort. Ex­er­cise reg­u­larly with a bal­anced rou­tine that in­cludes car­dio­vas­cu­lar, flex­i­bil­ity, and strength train­ing.

Do joint health sup­ple­ments work?

Yes, the key is choos­ing a high-qual­ity brand and tak­ing it con­sis­tently for 6-8 weeks to see a re­sponse, then con­tinue as rec­om­mended.

What should I look for in a qual­ity joint health sup­ple­ment?

Choos­ing a high-qual­ity joint sup­ple­ment with pre­mium in­gre­di­ents is crit­i­cal.

For my pa­tients, I rec­om­mend Cosamin ®, be­cause of the qual­ity in­gre­di­ents and the strong re­search sup­port­ing its use.

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