Tag: Inflammatory Arthritis

Arthritis and Knee Replacement Surgery

>TALKING ABOUT SOME CONSERVATIVE TREATMENTS FOR ARTHRITIS IN THE KNEES. DOCTOR, WHAT HAPPENS IF OBVIOUSLY SOMETIMES IT IS NOT ENOUGH. WHAT HAPPENS IF THAT DOES NOT WORK? I HAVE SEEN… Read more »

Pregnancy and arthritis – rheumatology perspective – Prof. Douglas Veale

I think one of the most frequent questions we’re asked is around the medications and pregnancy. My name is Prof. Douglas Veale. I’m a rheumatologist from St Vincent’s University Hospital… Read more »

Exercise in pregnancy with arthritis – Mary Grant

For people with inflammatory arthritis, they often find it hard to engage with exercise, and some of the barriers can be pain, and also fear of causing damage by exercising…. Read more »

Medication & Arthritis

Hello I’m Wendy Holden and I’m a consultant rheumatologist and medical advisor to Arthritis Action. People with arthritis can sometimes manage their symptoms without any medication at all but most… Read more »

Pregnancy and arthritis – obstetrics perspective – Prof. Fionnuala McAuliffe

If a woman has arthritis, and the disease is nice and quiet – she’s not in a flare, and she doesn’t have any other problems, any what we call co-morbidities… Read more »

Pregnancy and arthritis – Louise Moore

When you are thinking about pregnancy, you must be thinking that you have good disease control, and that will be our focus from a rheumatology team: getting your disease better… Read more »