Arthritis: The Impact on Daily Life

Arthritis Action released findings of a nation-wide questionnaire-based study they commissioned, of people of working age living with arthritis. The research found that arthritis is associated with significantly lower levels of life satisfaction than the UK national average, in a survey of 2,074 people in Great Britain.
The research, carried out by YouGov, examined the life impacts of arthritis on people of working age in Great Britain, and explored the effects the condition can have on personal well-being, life satisfaction, and mental health. Continue reading

Moving Forward – physiotherapy for musculoskeletal health and wellbeing

This review highlights evidence from the NIHR and others on why research in this area matters, assessment and matching patients to treatment, restoring musculoskeletal health and maintaining musculoskeletal wellbeing.

It features:
37 published studies
25 ongoing research projects
Questions to ask your physiotherapy musculoskeletal services Continue reading

Muscle and Bone Strengthening and Balance Activities Evidence Review

The PHE / Centre for Ageing Better commissioned evidence review on Muscle and Bone Strengthening and Balance Activities. Continue reading

Joint Pain Advisor: A new model of care for managing chronic knee, hip or back pain

NICE approved Joint Pain Advisor is a new model of care to support people with chronic knee, hip or back pain.

Joint Pain Advisor is a safe and cost effective alternative to GP consultations. Involving a series of face-to-face consultations, advisors work collaboratively with people with hip and/or knee osteoarthritis and/or back pain, focusing on supporting self-management. Continue reading

Prevalence of axial spondyloarthritis in patients with acute anterior uveitis: a cross-sectional study utilising MRI.

Acute anterior uveitis (AAU) is the most common extra-articular manifestation of axial spondyloarthritis (axSpA). In this study, patients presenting with AAU were evaluated clinically and with MRI in order to estimate the prevalence of axSpA.

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