Rheumatoid Arthritis of the hand is a disease which affects a significant part of the population. Due to population ageing, it can be expected that rheumatoid arthritis will become an even greater problem in the future. Currently, there are many possible treatments, one of them being physical exercises. Augmented reality, together with computer vision and machine learning open new possibilities for a successful physiotherapy. Turning repetitive tedious exercises into a game and motivating a patient to keep practising at home could lead to a significant improvement of their state. Telerehabilitation systems are already available for many illnesses such as cerebral palsy or back pain, and their results look promising. The aim of this article is to research available rehabilitation systems for rheumatoid arthritis, as well as to present a solution including low cost sensors, serious games and those designed to be used at home or on the way.