Lynn has been active conducting and supervising research in diverse areas of physical therapy.
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Thus, I suggest that the focus should be on getting up and moving!
Lynn Millar has taught in Physical Therapy since 1987.
My grandmother told me knee and hip pain was a part of life! Richard Loeser and Lieberman that lack of activity may be a culprit of increased instances of arthritis.
There has been a shift away from active careers toward sedentary desk jobs. As research has demonstrated time after time, exercise reduces arthritis pain and decreases the inflammation associated with arthritis.
She has presented both nationally and internationally on various fitness/wellness topics and is certified as a Group Exercise Instructor & Health Fitness Specialist.