Juvenile Arthritis Articles2018-11-07T11:15:03+00:00

Articles Category: Juvenile Arthritis

Mira’s I’m Back Story

Think back to when you were 12 years old. What was your favorite thing to do? For Mira, it’s being active in things like gymnastics and soccer. Unfortunately, after doing a front handspring at gymnastics, she tore her meniscus. Little [...]

4 Exercises to Keep You Active With Arthritis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I144CfD1KM Knee pain, hip pain, really any joint pain can significantly impact your motivation to exercise. You may even think that exercise could make your arthritis worse. But staying active with arthritis is possible. The truth is, exercise is a [...]

What Exactly is Rheumatic Disease?

By Dr. Paul Utrie, Rheumatologist Over seven million Americans. That’s how many people are affected by rheumatic diseases in the United States. Over seven million, including nearly 300,000 children!* According to the American College of Rheumatology (ACR), rheumatic diseases cause [...]

A Day in the Life of Infusions

Editor’s note: This post is from a presentation Mira put together for her class at school and is her own words. It is being published with written permission. Mira is a junior ambassador for the Arthritis Foundation. Before I tell [...]

10 Foods for People with Arthritis

By Dr. Michael Avery, Rheumatologist My patients ask me if there’s anything they can do to make their arthritis better. Their faces light up when I say, ‘Yes, in fact there is.’ I am referring to their diet. Certain foods [...]

Medication for Rheumatoid Arthritis: Feeling Better with a Side of….?

By Dr. Paul Tuttle, Pediatric and Adult Rheumatologist Those who suffer with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) know the discomfort, pain, and debilitation it can cause. This inflammatory disease affects the joints, and it gets worse over time unless the inflammation is [...]

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