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What happens during JIA (juvenile arthritis) physiotherapy assessment and exercises?

Children with Juvenile Arthritis can have painful and swollen joints. The physiotherapist does an assessment to find our which muscles needs strengthening and which exercises can help increase the flexibility of the joints. Our video shows the assessment and exercises to help with knee problems.

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physiotherapy, rheumatology, child, hospital, knee, juvenile arthritis, neck, sore, stiff, exercises, Scotland, shoulder, Edinburgh, WWCIH, charity


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