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image Arthritis

Arthritis can be difficult to live with, but there are many products to ease the pain and discomfort associated with this condition. We also have a section aimed at easing joint pain and you can find information on rheumatoid and osteoarthritis below.
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Arthritis Treatments

  • Anti-Inflammatory Pain Relief

    Anti-Inflammatory Pain Relief

    Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are a group of medicines that provide relief by changing the body's response to pain and swelling. Includes topical pain relief rubs and gels.

  • Heat Therapy

    Heat Therapy

    Heat packs and gloves to provide comforting relief from arthritic pain and joint discomfort.

  • Glucosamine and Chondroitin

    Glucosamine and Chondroitin

    Glucosamine provides the essential elements required by your body to maintain healthy joints and connective tissue and to repair damage caused by osteoarthritis or injuries.

  • TENS Devices

    TENS Devices

    TENS devices treat conditions such as arthritis, RSI, carpal tunnel syndrome, diabetic neuropathy, plantar fasciitis and Raynauds Syndrome.

Arthritis Information

  • Osteoarthritis FAQs

    Osteoarthritis FAQs

    Eighty per cent of people over 75 in the UK have osteoarthritis. It is the most common type of arthritis, with over 2 million sufferers in Britain. This information page provides the answers to some of the questions you may have regarding this condition and, in turn, hopefully make life a little easier for you by outlining effective ways of reducing the effects of osteoarthritis.

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis FAQs

    Rheumatoid Arthritis FAQs

    There are 350,000 rheumatoid arthritis sufferers in the UK, making it the second most common type of arthritis (after Osteoarthritis). You will find more information on this condition in this section.