Arthritis Gloves for Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis


arthritis gloves for patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Wearing Arthritis Gloves are recommended by occupational therapists as one of the alternative treatment methods for rheumatoid arthritis. The hand symptoms such as pain, stiffness and swelling are diminished substantially when the arthritis gloves are used.

A superior fit and quality fabric play an important role in effectiveness of arthritis gloves.

“Far infrared” material works with our own body temperature/energy. Just three steps to gain its benefits.

  1.  The heat that our body emits is absorbed by the minerals in the fiber.
  2.  The minerals convert that heat into infrared light
  3. The infrared light penetrates into muscle and tissue to increase circulation, oxygen blood flow.

The result is that warmth equal with therapeutic heat is very beneficial for relieving the pain, stiffness, swelling and other signs and symptoms caused by many types of arthritis.

This summer try our Half-Finger Arthritis Relief Gloves to gain possible improvement in grip strength, range of motion, dexterity, finger swelling, hand pain and joint stiffness. 

Occupational Therapy and Arthritis - Arthritis Research UK


1 comment


  • Sam

    This is interesting. A wonderful fabric!


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