Dr. Manno discusses running and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Is it an option for the RA patient?
Dr. Manno dispels the myth that you have to workout hours a day, seven days a week for exercise to be beneficial.
Dr. Rebecca Manno answers if weight loss is necessary for exercise to have health benefits.
When it comes to exercise, an area of concern for some patients is fatigue, doesn’t exercise make you more tired? Here is what Dr. Manno has to say about exercise and fatigue. Exercise can actually improve energy, decrease fatigue, and improve sleep. Sometimes getting started is the hardest part. Once exercise has been incorporated into […]
Aerobic exercise, is it the best overall exercise for arthritis? Dr. Rebecca Manno of the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center answers this common question!
Biologic medications alter your immune system putting you at a higher risk for serious infection. Here are some of the signs and symptoms of infections.
A common myth most people believe is lifting weights can make you big an bulky. This is not the case. Here are some facts about weightlifting!
To give your immune system a fighting chance with inflammatory arthritis such as psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or ankylosing spondylitis, it is important that you get regular vaccinations and stay up to date with them.
Dr. Rebecca Manno of the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center discusses exercise, joint damage and flares in arthritis patients.
Pam shares some thoughts on working with the team at the Arthritis Center and the importance of research to her and others.