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The health body adds: “And while pain relievers and cold or hot packs may offer quick relief, fixes like these are merely temporary.

That’s why it recommends the “right set” of exercises to tame ankle, knee, hip, or shoulder pain.

What are the best types of exercise?

Exercises for neck, shoulders, knees, back, hips, feet, ankles, toes, wrists, fingers and hands can help to manage your condition and maintain healthy joints.

“Your GP can recommend the type and level of exercise that’s right for you,” explains the NHS.

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