Arthritis Foundation

Arthritis Foundation
Arthritis Foundation is listed in the Fund Raising Counselors & Organizations category in Dallas, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for Arthritis Foundation which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arthritis Foundation on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 90.

Contact information for Arthritis Foundation is:
4300 Macarthur Ave
Dallas, TX 75209
(214) 826-4361
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Should a person with gout be put on long-term uric acid-lowering medication to reduce future flares in addition to taking medication for acute flares? And is it safe to keep raising the dose of the medication until uric acid drops below a specified target? A new study may give us some answers:
Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis in the United States, affecting more than 8 million adults. It develops in some people who have high levels of uric acid in the blood. Needle-shaped crystals form in and around joints – often beg

A new study suggests that increasing allopurinol dose may better control #gout:

Don't miss a life-changing weekend this June with us & other members of the #arthritis community at #Gathering10:…

Debunking 4 Common Myths About #Arthritis:

RT @ASUGAllen: Courtney's 2017 Walk to Cure #Arthritis

RT @fakemoore47: Join my @ArthritisFdn #walktocurearthritis team Joint Effort! & fundraise with us to help find a cure!…

Thank you to our friends at Bristol-Myers Squibb for being a national team and local sponsor of the Walk To Cure Arthritis! Register for a walk near you at!

Arthritis Foundation shared Arthritis Foundation Washington DC's post.
Big victory for the residents of Washington D.C.! Mayor Muriel Bowser has officially signed the Specialty Drug Copayment Limitation Act into law, which caps out-of-pocket costs for specialty drugs for people in the arthritis community. Thanks to our Advocates who fought to make this victory possible!
Great news! The city of Washington D.C. has passed a new act that may cap some out-of-pocket drug costs at no more than $150 for up to a 30-day supply for those with arthritis! Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has officially signed the Specialty Drug Copayment Limitation Act into law. Learn more about this new act that our Advocates worked tirelessly to get passed:
Congratulations D.C. Advocates! Because of your efforts, Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser signed the Specialty Drug Copayment Limitation Act. In the law, “specialty drug” means a prescription drug that is prescribed for a person with a physical, behavioral, or developmental condition that may ha...

Our Walk To Cure Arthritis National Adult Honoree Tom Walker has experienced all the highs and lows that come with living with arthritis for over 40 years. We recently sat down with this former pro baseball player and longtime Arthritis Foundation volunteer to ask his advice on life and living with OA. Check out his answers below:
As a believer in living a full life and being a Champion of Yes, we asked Tom Walker – who has experienced highs and lows and endured it all – a few lighthearted, personal questions. When did you realize you wanted to play baseball professionally? Growing up in Florida, there were several great base...

Arthritis Foundation shared Matt Iseman's photo.
Don't miss our favorite "CoverMan" Matt Iseman on the cover of Arthritis Today Magazine! You already know Matt won big for the Arthritis Foundation on The New Celebrity Apprentice. In this issue, learn how this former baseball standout was severely impacted by rheumatoid arthritis and why he went from med school to comedy clubs. Also in this issue, get tips to manage anxiety, control health care costs and deal with hand pain. Subscribe here→
I'm not a CoverBoy... I'm a COVERMAN! Thanks Arthritis Foundation.