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Posted by Chris on March 23, 2000 at 16:16:16:

I guess I would say that if any exercise program is to work, you have to do the following:
1) Be consistent
2) Make slow progress. NEVER force a joint to do somehting it doesn'rt want to.
3) Be consistent
4) See points 1 and 3

I have made the most progress in the past 2 weeks, and I started rehabbing in September 1999!

It's like pushing against a wall. Just remember - what are your other choices except to fight.

OA is a difficult disease because everyones situation is different, so what works for one
person may not work for another. Just pretend it's like the worst muscle pull you ever
had.

Chris

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