Rheumatology

Searching for a Rheumatologist near me? Are you experiencing persistent aches, stiffness, or swelling in your joints? These could be signs of an underlying musculoskeletal or autoimmune condition. A Rheumatologist can be your partner in diagnosis and management, helping you regain control of your health.

A Rheumatologist can help manage chronic joint pain. Rheumatologists are medical specialists with extensive training in diagnosing and treating a wide range of conditions that affect your joints, muscles, and bones. This includes common issues like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout, and lupus. By working with a Rheumatologist, you'll receive a personalised treatment plan tailored to your specific needs. This might involve medication, physical therapy, lifestyle adjustments, and pain management strategies.

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Arthritis Men's Support Group

Arthritis Men's Support Group offers a safe and private space for men (18 years and over) facing arthritis to discuss their condition, and the challenges and successes they have experienced in managing it. This group is open to those living in Australia.
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MyRA

MyRA is a personalised online platform empowering individuals with Rheumatoid Arthritis to take control of their journey, offering tailored information, management strategies, and a supportive community to enhance their quality of life. With a focus on individual experiences and diverse stages of the RA journey, MyRA aims to provide valuable resources and connections for everyone affected by the condition.
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Arthritis Australia

Arthritis Australia is dedicated to improving quality-of-life for the millions of Australians living with arthritis through education, programs and advocacy. They also fund world-class research to increase our knowledge of arthritis and find better ways to prevent, treat and hopefully cure the condition in its many forms. Arthritis Australia also has an Arthritis infoline (1800 011 041) about arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions including self-management, community programs, seminars, support groups, resources etc. The Arthritis Infoline is staffed by health professionals and specially trained volunteers who are able to answer most questions about living with arthritis.