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Managing Pain and Inflammation

Managing Pain and Inflammation aims to bridge knowledge gaps on how Canadians can manage their pain and inflammation to optimize quality of life.

For Women With Rheumatic Disease, Family Planning and Health Planning Go Hand in Hand

Ankylosing spondylitis informs every aspect of Jennifer Gauthier’s life. Read her story, from an early arthritis diagnosis — to motherhood.

Back Pain? It Might Not Be What You Think

The Canadian Spondylitis Association raises awareness, develops educational tools, and advocates for accessible treatments for spondylitis conditions.

Remission From Pain: The New Story of Rheumatoid Arthritis

The world of rheumatoid arthritis has changed a lot in the last couple of decades. A cure remains out of reach, but remission is here to stay.

Cassie and Friends Is Helping Kids Across Canada

Kids aren’t small adults with arthritis. Learn about Cassie and Friends, the only association dedicated to juvenile arthritis research.

Untreated, Rheumatoid Arthritis Can Be Devastating — With Proper Treatment, There’s Hope

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder that affects about 1% of Canadian adults. The physical effects go well beyond the common finger stiffness.

Arthritis: It’s More Serious Than You Think

Arthritis Research Canada explores every avenue of discovery for arthritis prevention, early diagnosis, better treatment, and improved quality of life.

Pain Changes Everything — and Chiropractic Care Changes Pain

To make chiropractic care accessible, the Canadian Chiropractic Association works with other health care professionals, governments, and health insurers.

Arthritis Is Not Inevitable

‘Aging’ doesn’t have to mean ‘arthritis’: while the risk of getting it does increase with age, its effects are not an inevitable part of getting older.

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