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You may have arthritis, but it does not have you. The Arthritis Foundation has created a one-of-a-kind podcast. Hosted by patients, for patients.
We continue to explore topics you want to learn more about to stay healthy and manage your arthritis, with topics such as: an update on Coronavirus & Arthritis, staying connected and osteoarthritis.Learn More
Learn to manage your arthritis, from controlling pain to being more active. Hear strategies for communicating with family, friends about your arthritis, plus tips for wellness in difficult times.Learn More
When our community's trending topics of interest or questions needs answers, the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast talks to leading experts or special guests to produce special edition episodes.Learn More
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Connecting & Staying Active Virtually
The environment we are living in today with physical distancing can make you feel disconnected from your loved ones and community. It can make the feelings of isolation from living with arthritis even more of a struggle. In this episode, you’ll hear some words of wisdom from two amazing volunteers who live with arthritis and are doing their part to support their arthritis communities. Cindy Senk and Helen King share their tips for staying active and connected – virtually.Listen Now
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Rebecca Gillett, MS OTR/L
Rebecca was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at age 26. Eighteen years later – after hundreds of injections, 14 surgeries and becoming a licensed occupational therapist – she is happy to be working at the Arthritis Foundation to educate and raise awareness about what it's like living with arthritis.
Julie was diagnosed with arthritis at 7 years old. Like Rebecca, she has been living with arthritis for 18 years. Julie talks about the ups and downs, including her worst days when she needed an ambulatory wheelchair, to her most resilient ones when she biked 525 miles down the California coast. Julie loves working at the Arthritis Foundation and elevating the patient voice.
*Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast was recorded and edited at Atlanta Podcast Recording Studio
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