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Welcome to Arthritis SA
Arthritis SA is committed to improving the quality of life of people with arthritis and related conditions. Arthritis SA aims to reduce the social and economic burden of arthritis through research, education and support.
An integral part of Arthritis SA's commitment to all South Australians is to ensure our programmes and support services are available in various locations throughout metropolitan and rural South Australia.
Register your interest today if you would like to participate in a course near you.
Meet the team from Arthritis SA at the Aged Care Expo
Arthritis SA will be at the Aged Care Expo this Saturday 20th September at the Findon Community Centre. This free community event includes guest presentations, latest news on a variety of aged care topics, stalls showcasing aged care services and products and free health screenings.
The Bones and Joints School
The Bones and Joints School is all about learning how to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle in order to prevent or delay chronic conditions. The online school is a virtual and interactive portal for children, parents and teachers. This innovative website was created in conjunction with the Australian School Curriculum and is a great resource for teachers.
The website has modules and activities that encourages family health by providing information on healthy eating, exercise growth and healthy bone and joint management. The Bones and Joints School is an initiative of Arthritis & Osteoporosis Western Australia and was funded by Telethon.
Two-minute exercise videos
These 2-minute exercise routines offer a simple range of motion and stretching exercises designed to reduce joint pain and stiffness.
Launch of new television campaign 'I have arthritis'
Arthritis SA is excited to launch 'I have arthritis', a new television campaign now airing on Channel 9. Two million Australians of all ages are affected by arthritis, so support to find a cure is more important than ever. If you haven't seen the clip yet, click here to view.
Special thanks to Channel 9 Telethon.
Would you like to be a part of an online research study into Osteoarthritis?
The Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression (CRUfAD) is a joint facility of the University of New South Wales and St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney Australia.
CRUfAD is currently recruiting for a study to evaluate an online treatment for depression in individuals with osteoarthritis. This is a free 10 week program involving 6 lessons of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) delivered online. CBT emphasises the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours in creating change. The online CBT course has been developed from a large amount of research which indicates that CBT is effective in treating depression.
For further information on the study click here.