Reduce your physical and emotional pain while making your daily life easier and healthier.
Arthritis and Mental Health
Learn about the connection between arthritis, depression and anxiety and how these conditions can make your arthritis worse.Learn More
16 Joint-Protection Tips
Protect your joints with these 16 self-care tips.Learn More
Causes of Fatigue in Arthritis
Learn how inflammatory disease and other factors work together to cause your extreme tiredness.Learn More
Adapting Your House When You Have Arthritis
Adapt your home to make it easier on your joints and arthritis-friendly.Learn More
Eat Right for Your Type of Arthritis
Learn about diets that may help ease pain and inflammation and slow disease activity.Learn More
Fitness Solutions: Balance, Flexibility and Therapeutic Exercises for Arthritis
Learn how to incorporate therapeutic exercises and other mindful movements like yoga and tai chi for better flexibility and balance.Learn More
Arthritis by the Numbers
Around 44% of adults with doctor-diagnosed arthritis have arthritis-attributable activity limitations. Source: CDC
68% of people with arthritis find it difficult to get in and out of a vehicle. Source: Arthritis Foundation INSIGHTS
Nutrition matters — 84% of arthritis patients believe healthy diet is important for managing arthritis. Source: Arthritis Foundation INSIGHTS
Arthritis is more than just physical — 48% of arthritis patients feel down, depressed or hopeless.
Source: Arthritis Foundation INSIGHTS
Ultimate Arthritis Diet
Your Exercise Solution
How to Tell People You Have Arthritis
Emotion Pain Connection
Living Well with Arthritis
Live Yes! Podcast
Make Mental Health a Priority
Your mental health can directly and indirectly impact your physical health. Learn why it's important to prioritize your emotional well-being.Listen Now
"Managing mental health is a lifelong process and it's going to change over time."Rachel Aaron, PhD, psychologist, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Sleep & Fatigue Strategies for Arthritis
Sleep and pain management experts share proven strategies to help combat fatigue and poor sleep quality with arthritis.Watch Now
"Working on relaxation techniques and mindfulness is very helpful."Catherine Siengsukon, PT, PhD, Director of Sleep, Health and Wellness Laboratory, University of Kansas Medical Center
Help Conquer Arthritis
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Ease of Use
Everyday tasks don’t have to be a pain. Check out products that have received the Arthritis Foundation’s Ease of Use certification for their arthritis-friendly features.Learn More
Our team of a licensed, clinical social worker and trained staff understand arthritis and are here to help you. Also available in Spanish and other languages.Get Help
Walk With Ease
The Arthritis Foundation’s Walk With Ease program has been proven to reduce arthritis pain and other symptoms. It can provide helpful tips and techniques — whether you’re a veteran or a newbie.Start Walking
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