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The Mayo branch of Arthritis Ireland is hosting an information evening about ground-breaking arthritis research in Ballina this Thursday.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, has highlighted the fact that many children with juvenile arthritis are left waiting in pain for up to three years due to a lack of rheumatology consultant posts in the country.
Cannabinoids, particularly CBD, (now stocked by The Urban Pup) have the potential to treat a wide range of your pet’s ailments in an entirely natural, non-toxic way. CBD oil as a medical treatment is not yet scientifically established, but current research shows CBD oil to be an effective treatment for many common domestic pet ailments by helping to treat the underlying problem if related to ECS.
Did you know that there are more than 100 types of arthritis? Arthritic conditions range from extremely rare to run of the mill.
Would you like to learn more about rheumatoid arthritis and joint replacement? If so, you may be interested in attending a free patient education evening being held at the Galway Clinic.
An information evening on living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) will be held in Galway on Wednesday November 8. The event is organised by Arthritis Ireland and supported by MSD Ireland.
The Arthritis Swinford Walking Group starts back tomorrow, January 16, at 10am in the Swinford Amenity Park. For more information contact Margaret on (087) 4150663. If you would like to become a walking leader or start an arthritis walking group in your area email [email protected] for more information.
Normally, once you have been diagnosed with rheumatic disorders such as arthritis, neck/back pains from disc problems, fibromyalgia, etc, you will be told to “live with” these diseases, take drugs that may risk some unexpected, even dangerous side effects, change your lifestyle, and even accept loss of mobility. In addition, the long-term pain may also cause related psychiatric symptoms including anxiety and depression, which are recognised as chronic pain syndrome.
Ireland is in the midst of an arthritis crisis with almost one million adults and more than 1,000 children living with arthritis, making it the most common cause of disability nationally.
Many people will be affected by osteoarthritis as they age, and this often painful condition can also affect younger people and even teenagers.