Monstas provides sufferers of juvenile arthritis with interactive toys that will help relieve pain as well as exercise important joints

Arthritis is typically thought to be a disease that affects older people, but even small children can suffer from this painful and incapacitating malady. The only remedy is consistent and repetitive exercises that, while helpful, can be frustrating and boring. Designer Shirley Rodriguez has found a way to help kids exercise their joints and have fun at the same time: Monstas.

These toys provide children with arthritis a fun way to do their daily movements in order to feel better without becoming bored. Rodriguez tells PSFK she came up with the idea when she saw the lack of products that were available to children with juvenile arthritis:

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