Author | Natalie Golub, MA

Natalie Golub is a current University of Denver graduate student in the first year of the Sport and Performance Psychology masters program. During her first year in Denver, Golub has been involved in traumatic brain injury and concussion research, in the partners in pedagogy teaching program, in sports psychology consulting with youth athletes, and with COVID-19 graduate health and wellness ambassadors. She aspires to be a sport psychologist..

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Healthy movement plays a critical role in the treatment of rheumatic disease because it can strengthen the muscles around the effected joints, aid in bone loss decrease, and improve joint lubrication which helps to decrease stiffness and improve pain.