Each year, Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW comes together to celebrate some of the most inspiring and resilient members of our community at William’s Walk. Raising money to change the lives of children and families living with juvenile arthritis, William’s Walkread more..
You may have seen a story in the media over recent weeks about a small Dutch study looking at a biotechnology treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. Breakthrough RA research? The novel therapy is a small, electronic implant that is embeddedread more..
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes pain and swelling of the joints, that affects about 2 percent of the Australian population, mostly female. We recently came across some interesting research in the field by the Garvan Instituteread more..
The Gregory and Dolores Farrell Scholarships were first offered in 2004. The scholarships are available to students who use a wheelchair for mobility, who are undertaking an undergraduate or higher degree, and for those who will be pursuing postgraduate studiesread more..
Today, we are proud to announce the launch of William’s Walk 2015, an event that changes the lives of children with arthritis. On Saturday 21 March 2015, we will come together to walk Parramatta Park to show our support forread more..
People are invited to discover a range of new products and services from more than 100 exhibitors, ready to help you find a solution to improve your own independence, and daily living through assistive technology, mobility care, and much more.read more..
Gout is caused by high levels of uric acid, a waste product that is usually removed by our kidneys. High levels of uric acid can cause small crystals (urate) to form in and around joints, often in the big toe.read more..
‘Getting Ready’ – Living the life I want to live (A free workshop for people with physical disability). The focus of the workshop is gaining more control over your life by identifying what is important to you, set goals andread more..
The Health and Wellbeing Collaboration is an integral and innovative approach to the education of our future health care workforce in physiotherapy. It involves students observing, analysing and measuring volunteers (HAWCs) from the community who have a health condition resultingread more..
We recently launched our Juvenile Arthritis Campaign to increase the number of paediatric rheumatologists in NSW. At the moment, there are 2 full-time paediatric rheumatologists and 6,000 children and teenagers living with juvenile arthritis in NSW. As part ofread more..