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Arthritis is a common condition affecting nearly 4 million Australians, with 1 in 5 having some form of musculoskeletal condition.  A large number of the population believe that Arthritis is a condition associated with ageing. However this is not the case with over 2.4 million working age people living with some medical musculoskeletal condition.

Currently, there is no cure for Arthritis but research suggests that early intervention can greatly reduce the symptoms and delay the onset of the disease. If diagnosed with Arthritis, there are a number of ways in which you can manage the disease and ensure that symptoms are not progressive including:

  • Staying physically active to ensure muscle strength and flexibility of joints
  • Manage pain through means that best suit you and your lifestyle
  • Monitor diet and weight to ensure that there are a wide variety of fresh foods to ensure vitamins and minerals
  • Use aids and equipment that will assist with tasks and take weight bearing from affected areas

Arthritis related symptoms can include pain, stiffness, inflammation and damage to joint cartilage, which can in some cases lead to joint weakness, instability and deformities.

These symptoms can increase the difficulty of the most basic daily tasks such as walking, driving and preparing food. We have selected items from our range to help with daily tasks that you may be finding difficult due to symptoms of Arthritis. 

View our article on useful aids for people with arthritis

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