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Cycle Forward Whanganui

Cycle Forward is a cycling programme aimed at people of all ages who have knee or hip arthritis. It is a six week programme to help you get back to cycling with your arthritis. You will receive guidance and instruction from health professionals who you can trust. This...

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Tory’s Top Tips for Managing her OsteoarthritisMindfulness tips can be found at the following websites:www.mentalhealth.org.nz/home/our-work/category/21/mindfulnesswww.headspace.com ...
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Lockdown and alert level changes can be hard on our mental health. If you find yourself struggling; you are not alone.Here are some wellbeing tips and links to gain more support:www.allright.org.nz/uploads/images/GTT-wellbeing-tips-A4poster.pdfwww.mentalhealth.org.nz/get-help/getting-through-together/helpful-resources/www.healthnavigator.org.nz/health-a-z/c/covid-19-mental-health/ ...
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How arthritis may have impacted an individual's way of using hair dryers:Survey Link: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf4wJ09r-BPUGPtisbuLAzqTss-4l1Xu5dL7dvy-xK-U2NGOw/viewform?usp=s... ...
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We are developing monthly themes for our education on social media and during March our focus will be on osteoarthritis In this clip Lori talks about how she manages her hand osteoarthritis . Do you have a tip for managing osteoarthritis to share with us?Our focus next month will be Nutrition and in May we will focus on autoimmune conditions- watch out for tips, webinars and information on the latest research. ...
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Gout is the only "curable" arthritis we have. With a clear-cut target.

Reduce uric acid below a certain threshold, keep it there & over time, episodes reduce & finally stop

https://theconversation.com/the-disease-of-kings-1-in-20-australians-get-gout-heres-how-to-manage-it-151759?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=bylinetwitterbutton via @ConversationEDU

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