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Accurate diagnosis is key to optimal management of this challenging condition
Improving quality of life for people with rheumatoid arthritis through early investigation, diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
Information and resources for health professionals and consumers
Knowing the similarities and differences between anticoagulants is key to their safe and effective use.
Medicines have a limited role for osteoarthritis. Treatment now focuses on education, exercise and weight.
Use of statins in primary care and patient adherence to these medicines remains suboptimal.
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Rheumatoid arthritis is not curable. However, early treatment is effective in managing symptoms and slowing down disease progression. Read on to find out more about diagnosis, treatment and what you can do to manage this condition.
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When pain continues longer than the time expected for an injury to heal (usually longer than 3 months), it is known as chronic pain. Nerve pain, often called neuropathic pain, is a type of chronic pain that affects about 1 in 20 Australians. Find out more about managing your nerve pain and strategies to help you live with your condition.
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Knee pain, aching joints, sore back, hip stiffness – these are all common complaints with many possible causes, including osteoarthritis. Although not curable, osteoarthritis can be managed and its progression slowed. Read on to find out what osteoarthritis is, how it’s diagnosed and treated, and what you can do to manage symptoms.
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