This is the second session of the Prepare Well Orthopaedics programme.
Having arthritis can impact many parts of your life. It can be difficult and time consuming to do day to day activities when you have painful joints.
In this session of the Prepare Well Orthopaedics Programme we think about smarter ways to get things done by pacing yourself. Rather than pain controlling you, you can feel like you have more control, helping you to get the most out of your day.
Pacing is just one technique that is taught to help people cope with pain.
The first step is to recognise what activities you do every day that often cause you to feel fatigued. Once you have identified these then you can go about altering the way you do these things and put the following strategies in place to help.
Join us for the Prepare Well Orthopaedics Programme to discuss this content further and to find out how you can get the most out of your day.
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