Each year, Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW is proud to host two special camps for children and teenagers with arthritis. Camp Twinkletoes is one of these camps and we visited Stanwell Tops on 20-22 February to set about educating, supporting andread more..
Throughout NSW, there are more than 6,000 children suffering from the extreme pain and fatigue of juvenile arthritis. Usually thought of as an ‘older persons’ disease, arthritis in children is a very real condition, and in extreme cases can evenread more..
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..
Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW is launching a campaign to raise awareness for juvenile arthritis in NSW, in particular the levels of paediatric rheumatology in this state. With more than 6,000 children throughout NSW living with juvenile arthritis, there are justread more..
Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW has recently launched the Juvenile Arthritis Campaign aimed at raising much needed awareness and funds for the thousands of children struggling with arthritis throughout NSW. More than 6,000 children live with the condition and there areread more..
In 2014, Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW continued its mission to raise awareness of the extent of these conditions. Recent reports from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) outlined the growing need to address what is fast becoming aread more..
Judith Cantor, President of Arthritis and Osteoporosis NSW, today formally announced the appointment of new Chief Executive, Jannine Jackson. Ms Cantor said after an intensive process, Ms Jackson was the successful candidate from a very competitive field of over 80read more..
On Tuesday 8 July, 2014 Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW welcomed media personality, arthritis advocate and 2013 Australian of the Year, Ita Buttrose AO OBE and a select group of supporters for our afternoon High Tea at The Tea Room inread more..
Paracetamol is the most frequently used analgesic for the relief of pain in people with arthritis. Taken in advised doses paracetamol is a relatively safe medication. However recent studies highlight that – despite common perceptions paracetamol has little or noread more..
Along with William’s Walk, there are a number of community events taking place around NSW at the same time. On Sunday 23 March there will be Community Walk for Joints events held in Tamworth and in Warilla. Both events willread more..