Arthritis Foundation


Arthritis Foundation
Arthritis Foundation is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Tucson, Arizona. 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:
434 S Williams Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85711
(520) 917-7070
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#Arthritis is complicated enough without the challenge of navigating a complex health system. This toolkit can help†…

Great profile on one of our amazing Advocates! Go, Deb! #AdvocateForArthritis…

@SmashHitkickbx Sounds like a blast! Thanks for all your support!!! #WalkToCureArthritis

Today is #NationalDoctorsDay! We want to give a big thanks to all the doctors who work hard & care for members of t†…

Drop these 5 bad habits now to better manage your #arthritis pain & symptoms:

Even small changes can help reduce arthritis pain. Drop these bad habits now to better manage your arthritis symptoms:
In a perfect world, pain wouldn’t exist, our weight would be optimal and we’d enjoy daily exercise and have energy to spare. But the world is not perfect, and sometimes our bad habits get in the way of our best intentions to live a healthy life. You can make small changes toward adopting a healthier...

Yes, it is possible to reap all the benefits from your inflammation-fighting fish oil supplements without the side effect of fishy breath. Check out our top 5 tips to ditch fish oil aftertaste:
Don’t let your fish oil supplements linger on a kitchen shelf because it causes fishy burps. Follow these five tips to minimize this unpleasant problem and still get your helping of omega-3 essential fatty acids.

Current arthritis treatment options offer basically two choices: Either take an anti-inflammatory drug or have joint replacement. Dr. Lefebvre is trying to actually solve the problem behind joint issues in her research by replacing or repairing cartilage and offering a chance to restore joint normalcy. Learn more about her exciting research below!
What do skin and cartilage have in common? It depends on who you ask. Dr. Veronique Lefebvre, a researcher at Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute, is currently working on a 2016 foundation-funded project called “Quality-by-Design approach to create articular cartilage from pluripotency” that…

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the National Gathering! This year's conference will take place in Kansas City, June 9-11. If you've never been to this life-changing event, here are 10 reasons why you should join us this year!
The National Gathering is a truly life-changing event for adults living with arthritis and rheumatic diseases. It’s a weekend filled with both professional and volunteer led sessions on a variety of meaningful topics, but more than that, it’s a weekend spent with people who understand exactly what y...

Preparing food in bulk and freezing it is a great way to get balanced, healthy meals while cutting back on painful daily meal prep. Get tips & how-to's from our experts to make the most out of your next meal prep:
When you are tired and achy from your arthritis, a hot, nutritious meal at the end of the day may be just what you need – but preparing it can create even more pain and exhaustion. Instead of toiling to prepare a meal full of anti-inflammatory foods every night, registered dietitian Sara Haas, a spo...