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Joint-safe exercise program helps arthritis sufferers
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If you have arthritis or are simply looking for a joint-safe way to get moving, consider the Arthritis Exercise Program (AFEP). Developed by physical therapists specifically for people with arthritis, this low-impact, joint-safe exercise program has been documented to help increase joint flexibility and range of motion and to help maintain muscle strength. This class is offered by the University of Tennessee/Tennessee State University Extension, with Hilda Lytle serving as certified instructor.The exercise program consists of 16 classes.