Backed by Science: Complementary Therapies for Juvenile Arthritis

Two experts offer insights on some of the most effective complementary therapies for JA.

In addition to conventional medication, there are nondrug ways to manage juvenile arthritis symptoms such as painful and tender joints, morning stiffness, fatigue, stress or anxiety. View the power point to learn about common therapies – including exercise, massage, yoga, acupuncture, supplements – for your child with arthritis. 

  • Daniel Leong, PhD, a funded-researcher for the National Institutes of Health and Chief of Research and Development Division at New York R&D Center for Translational Medicine
  • Pediatric rheumatologist, Austin Dalrymple, D.O., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, Division of Adult & Pediatric Rheumatology Saint Louis University School of Medicine 

Download the PPT to view the presentation.  

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