Welcome to Georgia
The Arthritis Foundation, Southeast Region Georgia office serves all counties across the state and is actively working to reduce the unacceptable impact of arthritis on the lives of 1.6 million adults and an estimated 9,200 children in our state.
Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation’s nationwide signature event supporting our mission to conquer arthritis by spreading awareness and raising money for research aimed at finding a cure. Whether you are close to the disease or simply looking for an inspiring charity event, Walk to Cure Arthritis is a great way to experience the power of standing together and giving back to the community. The event features a three-mile and one-mile course, with arthritis information and activities for the entire family. Pet owners are encouraged to bring their dogs. Let's raise funds to find a cure for arthritis, then come together to support each other and walk! Every step counts, every dollar matters!
2016 Juvenile Arthritis (JA) Family Events
Join us for JA Family events this year! Meet other families, introduce your children and teens to others experiencing some of the same issues, and create lasting memories!
Welcome Dr. Elaine Ramsay
We want to welcome Elaine Ramsay, M.D. to the Department of Pediatric Rheumatology at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Dr. Ramsay recently completed her fellowship in Pediatric Rheumatology at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Her professional interests include Juvenile idiopathic arthritis, Systemic lupus erythematosus, Juvenile dermatomyositis, Intraarticular corticosteroid injections, and Musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Dr. Ramsay joins other providers - Dr. Sampath Prahalad, Dr. Sheila Angeles-Han, Dr. Kelly Rouster-Stevens and Dr. Vega-Hernandez - in the Dept. of Pediatric Rheumatology at the Children’s Physician Group of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Join us in welcoming Dr. Ramsay!
Programs For Better Living - Aquatics, Exercise and Tai Chi Programs
In an effort to modernize and streamline our mission delivery and focus our resources on activities that can make the greatest impact for people with arthritis, there have been a number of significant changes to the Programs For Better Living (Aquatics, Exercise, and Tai Chi programs).
The Arthritis Foundation has formed a new partnership with the Aquatic Exercise Association (AEA). Effective immediately, the Aquatic Exercise Association will assume all operations and management of the Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program and the Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program. Click links below for additional information about these changes:
Aquatics Program (water-based) - information about instructor trainings (including recertification)
Exercise Program (land-based) - information about instructor trainings (including recertification)
Tai Chi for Arthritis - information about classes in your area and instructor trainings (including recertification)