About Arthritis

Arthritis isn’t a singular condition. Understanding it is the first step in managing it.

Arthritis by the Numbers

60 million

Nearly 60 million adults are diagnosed with arthritis

1 in 4

1 in 4 adults have a type of arthritis


More than half of adults with arthritis are working age (18-64)


There are over 100 arthritis related conditions

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Traditionally thought of as a disease related to aging and "wear and tear," osteoarthritis (OA) is now recognized as a disease of the whole joint. By far the most common form of arthritis, OA does not yet have any drugs that can slow or modify the disease, but there are effective therapies.
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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflammatory, autoimmune condition that affects not only joints but also organs, including eyes. While it can have painful and debilitating effects if left untreated, there are effective therapies to help control RA and its symptoms.
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Psoriatic Arthritis

Psoriatic arthritis (PsA), an inflammatory, autoimmune condition, typically occurs with psoriasis. In addition to the effects on the skin, it attacks joints and can also affect internal organs and the eyes. Because its symptoms can be similar to those of other diseases, it can be tricky to diagnose.
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Axial Spondyloarthritis

Axial spondyloarthritis (axSpA) refers to several inflammatory arthritis diseases that affect the spine, but may also affect other joints as well as organs. Learn more about this family of diseases, how they're diagnosed and treated, and how you can control them.
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Gout is an inflammatory type of arthritis caused by high levels of uric acid in the body, causing sudden and intense attacks of pain in the joints. Learn more about medications and lifestyle changes that can be made to take control of gout.
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Juvenile Arthritis

Hundreds of thousands of kids and teens in the United States live with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) or other pediatric rheumatic diseases. These autoimmune diseases affect not only joints but also skin, eyes and internal organs. A diagnosis can be scary, but effective treatments are available.
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