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Let’s Move is our new programme for people with arthritis who want more movement in their lives. The programme is designed to find the level of movement that is right for you and help you build confidence in your body. This page will tell you everything you need to know about Let’s Move.
The information aims to provide further information on why hand and wrist pain occurs and what you can do to manage your pain.
Most of the time hip pain can be treated with simple self-help treatments. Here is our roundup of advice and resources to help you to learn more about what are the causes and how to manage symptoms.
Neck pain is common but most cases are not caused by a serious problem. The information aims to provide further information on why neck pain occurs and what you can do to manage your pain.
Myth-busting video Q&A on exercise and arthritis.
For people with arthritis, gardening can be more of a challenge. If you get tired easily and have painful joints, tending your plants may seem like more trouble than it’s worth, but we can all enjoy the pleasures of gardening if we change how we do it.
We understand what difference getting active can make. That is why we are supporting ‘We Are Undefeatable campaign’, along with 14 other charity partners, supported by Sport England and funded by National Lottery.
Back pain is a very common problem and will affect many of us at some point during our lives. The information provides information on why back pain occurs and how to manage pain.
Pain can be a major symptom of arthritis. Find out about treatments, self-help and how to assess if your pain management is working.
Provides information and support in relation to fibromyalgia. Check the website for the most appropriate helpline or local contact for your situation.
Its time to rethink persistent pain. Pain scientists are starting to think differently about pain and its causes.
These back stretches are for general lower back pain. If you have a specific injury or diagnosis, some of these might not be appropriate, so check with your doctor or physical therapist first.
4 simple exercises for neck pain
Poor posture can result in neck pain, shoulder knots/tension, and headache pain. As a physical therapist these are common complaints I treat in my clinic - oftentimes these issues correlate directly with a person's posture.
Tried it all, but the pain remains? Let the Curable app show you a (very) different path forward.
MSK Assist is an innovative software solution, designed to help patients with musculoskeletal complaints to carry out their treatment plans and promote ongoing better health.
The information aims to provide further information on why pain occurs and what you can do to manage your pain.
Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a very painful condition on the outside of the elbow from an overuse injury. It can be caused from several sports or even overuse on your computer or iPad. These stretches and exercises should help.
Pain Concern is a charity campaigning for better pain services and a better understanding of the needs of people living with pain. Pain Concern runs a Helpline, a quarterly magazine; and produces 'Airing Pain', the internet radio programme for people living with pain.
These ankle strengthening exercises can help rehab your ankle or improve your overall balance and gait. Using a resistive band can help increase your strength with a 4-way ankle exercise routine.
If you have tennis or golfers elbow then an 'elbow clasp' might help.
The app has been co-designed with serious injury survivors, carers, doctors and therapists. Features include a recovery tracker, challenge setter, and a diary where users can load up personal notes and images of their recovery.
If you're experiencing DeQuervains then you might benefit from using thumb support strap.
moveUP is a new rehabilitation method developed for patients after hip or knee prosthesis.
Pathway through Pain is an online course to help you manage chronic musculoskeletal pain.