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A new study in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, funded by medical research charity Arthritis Research UK, may help improve GPs’ understanding of chronic musculoskeletal pain amongst different ethnic groups and develop better strategies for self-management as a result.
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Joint protection education, provided by occupational therapists, is an effective way of supporting older adults with hand osteoarthritis to manage their condition new research has shown.
People with a type of arthritis affecting the skin and joints respond ‘significantly’ better to early, aggressive drug treatment compared than standard care, according to preliminary research results presented by an Arthritis Research UK lecturer at a major US conference.
Projections by Arthritis Research UK highlight the escalating impact of knee osteoarthritis; over 8 million people in the UK are predicted to be seeking treatment for the condition in general practice by 2035.
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have been awarded funding of £220,000 from Arthritis Research UK to find out which patients have the best outcomes/results from after ankle replacement surgery.
Medical research charity Arthritis Research UK has announced a major investment to Edinburgh and Aberdeen Universities, which could have a significant impact on the thousands of people who undergo knee replacement surgery.
Medical research charity Arthritis Research UK and the University of Oxford have announced a major new research centre that aims to find out more about the causes of the common joint condition, osteoarthritis.
Arthritis Research UK is aiming to raise awareness of the impact of painful and frustrating musculoskeletal condition, which affects one in six of the UK population and costs the NHS approximately £5 billion each year.
The results of a new survey, released today by the charity Arthritis Research UK, highlight the daily frustrations of the nation. The survey was to mark the launch of National Arthritis Week from 7th to 13th October.
University of Leeds researchers are to carry out a major new Arthritis Research UK-funded clinical trial that could bring relief to the six million people in the UK with the potentially crippling condition of osteoarthritis of the knee.