Arthritis Surgery and Research Pain Relief Can Physical Therapy Help With Arthritis? Share Pin Email More in Arthritis Surgery and Research Pain Relief Surgery Basics Symptoms Diagnosis Joint Pain Rheumatoid Arthritis Psoriatic Arthritis Gout Ankylosing Spondylitis Types and Conditions Medications Diet and Exercise Natural Treatments Assistive Devices and Mobility Aids Coping Frequently Asked Questions View All Updated April 06, 2016 Physical therapy is important to the treatment of arthritis. A physician can educate and help you perform exercises that are best for you. Learn more about physical therapy and arthritis in this video. Up Next Up Next Video Treatment Options for Arthritis Up Next Video What's Reactive Arthritis? Up Next Video Best Exercises for People With Arthritis Up Next Video Does Arthritis Go Away?