Simple, Relevant, Effective, Time-Saving This month’s exercises are of particular value for individuals living with osteoporosis, but are also very beneficial for people with other conditions such as arthritis. Osteoporosis is defined by the US National Institutes of Healthread more..
Simple, Relevant, Effective, Time-Saving This exercise of the month is quite ‘Handy’ for those living with arthritis affecting the hands! Our hands are a key structure of our body that facilitate our actions in everyday living. From grabbing, to lifting,read more..
Creating healthy habits helps with mental health, well-being and will, most importantly, help to ease the symptoms of your condition. It’s hard to change everything at once, so set small goals and build up from there. Ways to create goodread more..
Maintaining your Energy Levels Maintaining and managing your energy levels can help assist you to avoid fatigue, exhaustion, or a complete ‘wipe-out’ – when you need to sit or lie down to recover. This isn’t ideal during the holiday periodread more..
Simple, Relevant, Effective, Time-Saving This month the exercise is a “Walk in the Park”. Walking is a great way to begin and introduce physical activity as part of your daily routine. Not only does it provide numerous health benefits, it’sread more..
Arthritis Australia Media release: October 17, 2017 Report demonstrates rheumatology nurses could be the answer for hundreds of thousands of Australians with inflammatory arthritis. Currently there is only one rheumatology nurse for every 45,000 people living with inflammatory arthritis – this mustread more..
SIMPLE, RELEVANT, EFFECTIVE Exercise is good for arthritis. It is known as the best form of non-pharmaceutical management for arthritis. It has been shown to have significant positive effects on pain, quality of life and function. Simple exercise can beread more..
Opportunity to join a well-established not-for-profit as a Non-Executive Director ABOUT US Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW is a charitable, member-based organisation, now in its 50th year, that seeks to improve the quality of life of those affected by arthritis, osteoporosisread more..
By Jenny Lewis Events and Volunteer Coordinator Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW Throughout the week of September 25 – September 29 2017, twenty kids aged from 10 years up to 17 years old attended Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW’s Camp Footloose.read more..
SIMPLE, RELEVANT, EFFECTIVE Exercise is good for arthritis. Current research shows there are significant positive effects that exercise has on pain, function, quality of life, and work related outcomes. This is for all musculoskeletal pain presentations including various forms ofread more..