This section is packed full of tips on looking after your joints, coping with arthritis fatigue, and managing pain in different areas of the body.
These pages look at how arthritis might cause pain in different parts of the body and what exercises might help.
General tips on managing pain
There is no easy solution to coping with arthritis pain, but following these steps can help reduce the pain you’re experiencing.
Looks at how a good foot care routine can help with arthritis pain as well as what exercises you can try.
Offers tips on easing stiffness and pain in your knees through the right equipment and exercises.
Looks at exercises to reduce pain and how improvements in your posture can help – at home, at work, or in the car.
Covers exercises, different ways of carrying things, and activities to avoid, to reduce shoulder pain.
Outlines why elbow pain can occur in people with arthritis and what you can do to reduce it.
Looks at how to improve neck pain through exercise and when to seek medical help.
Looking after your joints
Good joint care can make a big difference to how you’re managing day to day. These pages explain what you can do to look after your joints, as well as looking at coping with arthritis fatigue.
Why do joints become painful?
Looks at what causes joint pain, with a particular look at osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
How to protect your joints
A quick overview of the small changes you can make to your daily habits to protect your joints.
Who can help
An overview of the different medical professionals who can help you with joint pain and how to access their support.
Coping with fatigue
Arthritis fatigue is very different to normal tiredness. This page will explain arthritis fatigue and give some suggestions of how you can cope.