When rheumatoid arthritis affects the shoulders and neck, reaching up to take off or put on the shower curtain can be excruciating, and/or difficult.
Last year, while staying in a hotel, a new joint-friendly idea was revealed. The shower curtain in our hotel room came with snaps, making it easy to remove the lower part—which is striped in the photo—for washing. Plus, if your shower stall is on the dark side, the mesh at the top allows more light to enter.
Here is a link for this brilliant product.
While you’re in the shower, remember to work on those arms with this range of motion (ROM) exercise!