Though publication of Arthritis Today magazine ended after the Fall/Winter 2020 issue, we remain committed to continue delivering the same great content to you in new and different ways. Below are a variety of useful resources, as well as ways to engage with the arthritis community and share your experience to help others live well with arthritis.
Get the tools you need to conquer arthritis. Learn about the different types of arthritis and related conditions.Learn More
Managing arthritis requires working with your health care team to develop a comprehensive treatment plan. Learn about medications, complementary therapies, insurance management and more.Learn More
Learn what drives your pain and other symptoms and how to manage them in various ways, from medications to complementary therapies, and more.Learn More
For people with arthritis, a balanced diet is key to healthy development and living well. Get healthy eating tips for your child and the entire family.Learn More
Living with a chronic disease is challenging. Learn ways to cope with the emotional challenges of living with arthritis.Learn More
Staying active with arthritis isn’t just possible – it’s necessary for staying strong and healthy. Learn the best exercises for you.Learn More
Chat about what matters most to you. Offer support, get encouragement and share experiences and advice. The Arthritis Foundation’s Online Community is here for you 24/7.Learn More
Virtual Connect Group
There are others in your local community who understand. Connect virtually to make new friends, share tips and get answers and support.Learn More
Share Your Experience
In just 10 minutes, your input shapes the lives of more than 54 million people with arthritis. Your participation influences local programs and research for better treatments and a cure.Take the Survey
Arthritis Patient Experiences with COVID-19
People with chronic conditions like arthritis have particular concerns about COVID-19. In this episode, listen to two arthritis patients talk about their experiences with the virus and how they dealt with it.Listen Now
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