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  • Arthritis: Overview page providing important information on Arthritis
  • Arthritis Foundation
  • Arthritis Society
  • Arthritis Research Campaign (arc): This website is for anyone who wishes to know more about arthritis, the charity and how to help find the cure. Arthritis causes long term health problems for more than one in seven adults and many thousands of children. arc is the only UK charity wholly dedicated to curing it.
  • Arthritis Research and Therapy: Latest research and infoirmation on this topic.
  • Questions and answers about Arthritis and exercise:This booklet answers general questions about arthritis and exercise. The amount and form of exercise recommended for each individual will vary depending on which joints are involved, the amount of inflammation, how stable the joints are, and whether a joint replacement procedure has been done. A skilled physician who is knowledgeable about the medical and rehabilitation needs of people with arthritis, working with a physical therapist also familiar with the needs of people with arthritis, can design an exercise plan for each patient.
  • Arthritis and Pain-Questions and Answers: This booklet focuses on pain caused by two of the most common forms of arthritis--osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Reactive Arthritis-Questions and Answers: This booklet contains general information about reactive arthritis. It describes what reactive arthritis is and how it develops. It also explains how reactive arthritis is diagnosed and treated. Medical terms not defined in the text are defined in the "Key Words" section. If you have further questions after reading this booklet, you may wish to discuss them with your doctor.
  • Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases-Questions and Answers: This fact sheet answers basic questions about arthritis and rheumatic diseases.
  • Statistics on Arthritis: Arthritis and chronic joint symptoms affect nearly 70 million Americans, or about one of every three adults, making it one of the most prevalent diseases in the United States. As the population ages, this number will increase dramatically.
  • John Hopkins Arthritis Center
  • All About Arthritis:If you or someone you love battles joint pain, stiffness, and/or inflammation, arthritis pain may be the cause. There are over 100 types of arthritis and rheumatic diseases including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and fibromyalgia. This site provides the latest arthritis information including the treatment options available for patients and caregivers.