A report at
the World Congress on Osteoarthritisreported that regular walking can reduce the pain of arthritis in the
knees.Even walking on concrete can be
helpful.Recommendations are to start at
3000 steps a day and work up to at least 6000 steps.Walking fast enough to work up a sweat is
desirable, which usually takes about 100 steps per minute.Of course, a doctor should review the
recommendation for each patient.