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Being Active With Arthritis

Being Active With Arthritis

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists have a great campaign, as part of their ‘Love Activity, Hate Exercise?’ initiative. This campaign, Being Active With A Long Term Condition, is focusing on how daunting it can be to start to become more active,...
Being Active With Arthritis

The Elephant In The Room – MSK Conditions

Musculoskeletal conditions: the elephant in the room? Conditions of the bones, joints and muscles are a big problem in the UK; with over 17 million people living with a musculoskeletal condition, more people suffer with disability from musculoskeletal conditions than...
6 Arthritis Myths

6 Arthritis Myths

Today is World Arthritis Day, aiming to raise awareness of the importance of early diagnosis and access to timely, evidence based treatment of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. Rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases (RMDs) are commonly classified into...
Being Active With Arthritis

Osteoarthritis Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis is a condition that affects your joints, causing pain and stiffness. It’s by far the most common form of joint disease, affecting people all over the world and at least 8 million people in the UK. What causes Osteoarthritis?...
Being Active With Arthritis

An Arthritis Overview

Arthritis means joint inflammation – arthro = joint and itis = inflammation. It’s an umbrella term used to cover many different types of joint inflammation. Many people know they have arthritis or have heard of arthritis, but sometimes aren’t sure which one they have...
Being Active With Arthritis

How can Physiotherapy help with Arthritic Joints?

Each week in the clinic we get new patients coming in asking for help and advice in looking after, treating and improving arthritic joints. Here are some of the many ways we can help you or someone you know with arthritis: Prevention We take a very pro-active approach...