They found participants could walk more easily, were less prone to falls or injuries and generally enjoyed a better quality of life after taking the classes.
The results support growing evidence that keeping active can vastly improve the lives of people with the condition.
Sandra Goldsmith, from HSS, revealed: “When participants were asked to report their level of pain severity, there were statistically significant reductions in pain from pre- to post-test. Pain is a huge factor in quality of life.”
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