Arthritis Foundation


Arthritis Foundation
Arthritis Foundation is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. 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:
2019 Chestnut St
Camp Hill, PA 17011
(717) 763-0900
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Meaghan was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis at just 9 years old. Inspired by the time she spent in the hospital as a child with JA, Meaghan is now a junior at Gonzaga University where she's majoring in nursing and participating in weekly pediatric clinicals! Learn more about Meaghan's incredible story and how she's giving back to other kids through her work:
Meaghan Victory grew up in an active family that spent their summers camping and hiking, and winters in the snowy mountains next to their Issaquah, Washington home. When she was around eight years old, Meaghan was involved in a sledding accident and sprained her right wrist. For six months after the...

Meet Meaghan, who's using her experience with JA to propel her dream of a nursing career!†…

#DYK #arthritis is more common among people who have other chronic conditions? Learn more:

@labowlingmom We'll see you guys in DC, Maria!!! #AdvocateForArthritis

RT @labowlingmom: Looking forward to attending the Arthritis Advocacy Summit in DC with my girls! Emily is finding her voice to make a chan…

Dr. Delesha Carpenter knows how important communication is when it comes to medications and self-management of chronic diseases like arthritis. That's why she's focusing her research on developing tools to help patients better self-manage their disease by improving communication between patients and their doctors. Learn more about her research below:
Many of us go to multiple doctors’ appointments throughout the year. Between those appointments, work, family life and other things it can be hard to process and remember the information your doctor tells you. One of our funded researchers, Dr. Delesha Carpenter is looking at how well Rheumatoid Art...

Meet our National Walk To Cure Arthritis Adult Honoree: Former MLB Pitcher Tom Walker! Tom has been living with arthritis for more than 40 years. Find out how he deals with OA pain, and how giving back has helped him rise above the obstacles of his osteoarthritis.
Tom Walker, Walk to Cure Arthritis national adult honoree and former MLB pitcher, claims that it’s truly “mind over matter” when it comes to his osteoarthritis (OA) pain. Every day, he rises up and pushes forward, despite the obstacles – like having a harder time walking – that challenge him. Tom de...

Some people with inflammatory types of arthritis report joint pain and swelling after consuming nightshades like eggplant, peppers and tomatoes. Find out the truth about how these foods can affect arthritis and why keeping a food journal may be the key to finding a connection between nightshades and your arthritis symptoms:
Every time you eat eggplant, your knuckles start to throb. This sometimes happens after you eat other healthy foods like tomatoes and peppers. What gives? These are some of the very foods you are supposed to eat more of to keep your weight down and boost your heart health, right? Not necessarily. Ma...

Research has found evidence of an increase in pain threshold with advancing age. Since we experience pain differently as we get older, recommendations for treating pain may also change. Here's what you need to know about treating arthritis pain as you age:
The likelihood of developing arthritis increases with age. The CDC reports that 7% of people between the ages of 18 and 44 say they have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. Among people 65 and older, that number is 50%.