Transcript – Programme 91: Not an Old Man’s Disease

Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis and affects 1 in 40 people in the UK. So why do we still see it as something that exists only in the pages of Victorian novels? In this episode of Airing Pain we go inside the Houses of Parliament and speak with MPs, clinicians, p
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Airing Pain Programme 91: Not an Old Man’s Disease

We talk to campaigners, MPs, patients and specialists about the most common form of inflammatory arthritis: gout                                                           Please tell us what you think of Airing Pain by filling in a short survey. For a full transcript of this programme
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Transcript – Programme 83: Arthritis: from self-help to cutting edge research

Getting moving with tai chi, staying in work and why arthritis pain is not all about the joints.
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Airing Pain Programme 83: Arthritis: from self-help to cutting edge research

Getting moving with tai chi, staying in work and why arthritis pain is not all about the joints.
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Transcript – Programme 27: Arthritis – challenging perceptions

Setting the record straight on arthritis, and practical tips on living with the condition.
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Transcript – Programme 6: Pacing and arthritis

How pacing can help people with pain regain control, plus arthritis myth-busting, the future of pain management in the UK and a Q&A session on pain relief
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Transcript – Programme 55: More power to you

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Prescriptions for yoga and harnessing the power of social interaction. In episode 55 we hear about two very different ways of giving people in pain the knowledge and power to help themselves. Will we soon be able to get a prescription of
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James Lind Alliance’s Osteoarthritis Survey

The James Lind Alliance‘s Priority Setting Partnership have published a new 10-minute survey to investigate the gathering uncertainties about hip and knee replacements for osteoarthritis.
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