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Pain and Inflammation

Spencer O’Brien Snowboarding
Spencer O’Brien Snowboarding

The Managing Pain & Inflammation campaign will help to bridge knowledge gaps on how Canadians suffering with chronic pain and inflammatory conditions can manage their symptoms, advocate for their health, and enhance quality of life.

Living with Arthritis: It Can Happen to Anyone

Canadian Olympic snowboarder and two-time world champion Spencer O’Brien on her experience as a world class athlete living with Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Safe, Deep and Effective Relief for your Chronic Pain

Daily activities that come easily to many Canadians may be extremely difficult for others due to persistent pain. Deep Relief provides chronic pain sufferers with fast, long-lasting pain relief.

Pain is Personal, Take Control

Pain is something that everyone can relate to. We try our best to avoid it, and to protect those we love from it. But for the six million Canadians living with arthritis, pain is all too often a part of daily life.

Early Lupus Detection and Support are Vital for Patients

Through their support, education, awareness and advocacy initiatives, Lupus Ontario is striving to one day create a Life Without Lupus.

How Biosimilars Are Transforming Arthritis Care

There are more than 300,000 Canadians living with rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease that causes joint pain and damage throughout the body.

Scleroderma Can Lead to Serious Lung Disease

Advances in medical treatments provide hope for patients with scarring of the lungs caused by scleroderma.

Can Kids With Arthritis Live Pain Free?

JA is the most common cause of chronic disability in kids in Canada” to “Since 2007, Cassie + Friends has raised nearly $3-million for JA research, awareness, connection and support benefiting kids and families across Canada.

A Long-Lasting Solution for Pain Relief is Here

Those who suffer from acute and chronic pain have found relief with topical treatment by Kalaya.

5 Tips for Dealing with Flares

Arthritis flares can be incredibly debilitating. Learn how to manage the pain and disability of a flare from Arthritis Research Canada.

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