Mature adults with arthritis are encouraged to keep moving to be functionally independent. Current guidelines from the Australian Department of Health suggest being physically active for 30 minutes per day on most days of the week. But where do youread more..
The hands and wrists are common locations for many forms of arthritis such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout. In this article, we discuss the symptoms of hand arthritis and offer tips for protecting your hands. Healthy hands are capableread more..
To coincide with Arthritis Awareness Week (28 May to 3 June 2017), we continued our 50th Anniversary celebrations with a sausage sizzle at our North Ryde office on Wednesday. Occupants from all 65 of the building’s office suites were invited, withread more..
Raising awareness of Australia’s major cause of disability and chronic pain Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW is urging everyone to become informed about arthritis, the impact it can have upon quality of life, and the measures that can be taken toread more..
National Volunteer Week is an annual celebration coordinated by Volunteering Australia Inc. to acknowledge the generous contribution of Australia’s 6 million volunteers. Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW would like to take this opportunity to say a huge THANK YOU to all ourread more..
To coincide with Arthritis Awareness Week (28 May to 03 June 2017), a number of our branches and support groups will launch their 50th Anniversary Celebrations with sausage sizzles, morning teas, cake stalls and more across the state. If you’reread more..
“I thank everyone involved who made this weekend happen. It has helped me so very much in all aspects. Being newly diagnosed, it has been a blessing to talk to other families.” CAMP TWINKLETOES PROGRAM 2017 Camp Twinkletoes is anread more..
By Dr Margaret Redelman OAM MBBS (Uni NSW), M Psychotherapy (Uni NSW) We are all born sensual sexual beings and all the pitfalls that befall us during the course of our life do not change this basic human experience. read more..
In this blog, learn more about assistive technology – the “stuff that can make it easier for you to do stuff”. For those with arthritis, it can help protect your joints as well as conserve energy so you can use it on the things that matter most to you. Read more
A new study by the University of Technology Sydney is investigating the couple’s perspective on chronic pain. Read more in this guest blog post. Read more