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On a mission to raise awareness and support those living with arthritis and autoimmune disease by sharing the realities of living with chronic illness. Brought to you by Award-Winning Arthritis and Psoriasis Patient Leader, Writer and Ambassador, Joel Nelson. He is sharing his story of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis to start conversations and change attitudes.
 
Arthritis life features real patient stories, expert advice, life hacks and more to help you feel more empowered and less alone. Host Cheryl Crow shares her insights from both as a rheumatoid arthritis patient for seventeen years and as an occupational therapist, a health profession that focuses on empowering people with health challenges to function in their daily lives. This podcast will also include reflections on how you can have the best quality of life possible despite chronic pain, an ...
 
Join Dr Elaine Husni for Medscape InDiscussion: Psoriatic Arthritis, a podcast series where thought leaders and clinical experts share their diverse insights and practical ideas for optimizing patient care. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape.com (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/959139). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of advertisers. This podcast is intended only for US healthcare professionals.
 
Each program will provide the listener with evidenced-based arthritis information on topics ranging from arthritis research to effective and safe exercise for people living with arthritis. JointHealth™ podcasts feature conversations with leading Canadian rheumatologists and an arthritis patient advocate.
 
Welcome to The Versus Arthritis Podcast! The podcast is all about people with arthritis sharing their unfiltered stories. Host, Alex Greenan, speaks to a number of guests from different backgrounds and perspectives about the topics and experiences that matter to them the most: from diagnosis, exercise and movement, fatigue, pain, lifestyle changes, sex, relationships and many more aspects of life with arthritis.
 
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune inflammatory disease affecting over 1.3 million Americans and as much as 1% of the worldwide population. The condition can be difficult to diagnose in its early stages because of non-specific early signs and symptoms that mimic many other diseases, and there is no singular confirmatory blood test or physical finding. But the evidence is clear: early diagnosis and treatment lead to improved outcomes for RA patients. Rheumatoid Arthritis: Addre ...
 
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic long term condition that principally attacks flexible joints, causing painful swelling, stiffness and fatigue. The risk of developing RA is associated with ageing but it also affects adults of working age and is three times more common in women. 56 year old Liz noticed her first symptoms in 1996, when her son was just 2 years old. In this collection, she shares her experiences of living with RA, from early symptoms to drug-controlled remission.
 
Biologic Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pioneers in Research, is a monthly series of podcasts featuring interviews with today's giants in rheumatology sponsored by Schering-Plough Corporation. In this series brought to you by Rheumatology News International, you will hear some of the greatest scientists in rheumatology describe the exploration of what was then uncharted medical territory. Their words will bring alive the journey of discovery that placed them in the annals of history's grea ...
 
Dr. Clifton Bingham from the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center begins with a review of current best practices, including the issues related to diagnosis. Dr. George Lawry will follow with an overview of the risks and benefits of biologic therapy for patients with RA before Dr. Bingham presents on emerging DMARDs.The second half of the nearly 2 hour presentation covers the subject of comorbidities, presented by Dr. Lawry, on how to recognize comorbidities and how to best manage them. Dr. Bingham ...
 
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Melissa shares how she learned to be a more effective advocate over time, and provides insights into how she copes with the ups and downs of chronic illness life. Episode at a glance: Melissa’s Diagnosis story for Lupus & Type 1 Diabetes as a nine year old Melissa becomes a mental health occupational therapist while managing her conditions Melissa …
 
World yOung Rheumatic Diseases Day (WORD Day) is an annual event on 18th March to raise awareness that children and young people get rheumatic diseases. On Saturday the 19th March, Joel hosted an 8-hour marathon stream on his Twitch Channel to raise awareness of WORD Day 2022 and rheumatic disease in children and raise funds in aid of Juvenile Arth…
 
Episode at a glance: How Cristina’s postpartum flare up and difficulty with pain control led her to delve into medical cannabis; helped especially with fibromyalgia. Cannabis, CBD & THC 101: How the endocannibinoid system (within our body) helps with homeostasis, memory, pain, mood, inflammation and even skin. The difference between cannabis, help,…
 
Meaghan shares her journey growing up with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, which turned into psoriatic arthritis (PSA) in her twenties. She busts common myths about PSA and delves into the importance of advocacy, mental health, sharing our stories and more. ##Episode at a glance: Meaghan’s Diagnosis story / saga for JIA and then PsA: medical gasligh…
 
As a child and teenager growing up with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, Jen Blair often felt lonely, isolated and "broken." Fast forward to the present: Jen is a mother of three, accepts her "new normal" and has come to see herself as strong rather than broken. This episode delves into Jen’s story and includes details about her different prescriptio…
 
Emily Johnson, the Arthritis Foodie, shares her journey from medical gaslighting to a diagnosis of seronegative arthritis during her university years. She and Cheryl discuss how they combine lifestyle changes with western medication to manage rheumatoid arthritis. Emily also explains how her experiences inspired her to write a book about lifestyle …
 
Elaine Husni, MD, MPH, and Ana-Maria Orbai, MD, MHS, discuss the emerging and novel therapeutics in psoriatic arthritis and the impact that they will have on their patients. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape.com (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/959157). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, a…
 
Cheryl and Eileen’s personal stress management toolboxes include: formal therapy, delegating tasks, prioritizing self care, snuggling with their pets, acceptance, mindfulness, addressing past traumas, advocacy and more. This conversation originally took place as an Instagram Live discussion in March 2022. Medical disclaimer: All content found on Ar…
 
Camille and Gittel share how lost and overwhelmed they felt trying to manage rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis on their own. They describe how Rheum to THRIVE helped them not only on a practical level but also emotionally, and share their best tips for managing flare-ups. This conversation originally took place as an Instagram Live di…
 
Elaine Husni, MD, MPH, and Anthony Fernandez, MD, PhD, discuss the aspects that make their combined rheumatology-dermatology clinic a success. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape.com (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/959155). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of ou…
 
World yOung Rheumatic Diseases Day (WORD Day) is an annual event on 18th March to raise awareness that children and young people get rheumatic diseases. On Saturday the 19th March, Joel hosted an 8-hour marathon stream on his Twitch Channel to raise awareness of WORD Day 2022 and rheumatic disease in children and raise funds in aid of Juvenile Arth…
 
Erin & Heather share their diagnosis journeys for rheumatoid arthritis, and how Cheryl’s “Rheum to THRIVE” program helped them become more empowered and supported. This conversation originally took place as an Instagram Live discussion in September 2021. Episode at a glance: Erin shares her diagnosis story: originally ankylosing spondylitis, then c…
 
Episode at a glance: Catina’s Diagnosis journey/saga for endometriosis, RA, fibromyalgia: was initially told it was “growing pains,” not believed for years How Catina managed to push through pain and work as a nurse Catina’s experiences as a black woman managing multiple chronic conditions How Catina’s experiences inspired her to form the Nurse Lov…
 
Amy shares what she’s learned while managing a fast paced, mentally taxing career as a lawyer while living with rheumatoid arthritis. Amy & Cheryl share their experiences in peer support groups, and explore how they've both learned how to challenge their internalized ableism and overcome shame through connecting with others in Cheryl's Rheum to THR…
 
How clinical pharmacists can help counsel psoriatic arthritis patients. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape.com (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/959149). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of our advertiser. This podcast is intended only for US healthcare professio…
 
Erika Bustos and Rachel Albo share how their individual journeys with managing rheumatoid arthritis and holistic health coaching led them to connect on social media. They then transformed their virtual relationship to a “real life” friendship and business partnership in their podcast “Autoimmune & You." Episode at a glance: Rachel and Erika’s diagn…
 
Paulina, Ananthi and Jo update the audience about their methotrexate journeys for rheumatoid arthritis, including having to titrate the dosage up or down due to liver enzyme numbers, decisions about whether to add a biologic medication in addition to methotrexate, and reflections on the emotional ups and downs of living with a chronic, unpredictabl…
 
Dr. Victoria Sampson explains how oral health, the oral microbiome and rheumatoid arthritis inflammation are all interrelated. She provides ample details about why people with rheumatoid arthritis should take extra care with their oral health, and explains how altering the oral microbiome can potentially lead to improvements in RA disease activity.…
 
After living with rheumatoid arthritis, a disease characterized by at times unpredictable flare-ups and remissions) for nineteen years, host Cheryl Crow is no stranger to uncertainty. However, the pandemic has brought a whole new level of uncertainty to the lives of those who are vulnerable, including Cheryl. In this discussion, mental health occup…
 
Gareth is a self professed "normal guy" who enjoyed a physically life, playing social rugby and staying on his feet all day as a working dad. 6 Years ago a serious car accident left him having to learn to walk again and having to manage a recovery which included the development of osteoarthritis. Gareth now volunteers for Versus Arthritis and and i…
 
What happens when the person who loves everything suddenly likes nothing? Arthritis Life founder and Arthritis Life host Cheryl Crow shares her rocky transition to motherhood while managing a rheumatoid arthritis flare up. She also opens up about her experience with symptoms of postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety, and highlights the import…
 
Do patients with psoriatic arthritis get better care with a team approach? Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape.com (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/959148). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of our advertiser. This podcast is intended only for US healthcare profes…
 
Has the Covid pandemic impacted the care we receive for our arthritis or chronic illness? In this 'round table' chat, full of insight, lived experience and heartbreak, we discuss the experiences of Jacyln, Safia and Ashleigh to understand how their 'normal' care has changed over the last two years. From lifelong conditions to the recently diagnosed…
 
Episode at a glance: Tiffany’s diagnosis journey: from initial diagnosis of RA to eventual diagnosis of non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis How Tiffany learned the importance of patient advocacy Why Tiffany formed AiARTHRITIS - International Foundation for Autoimmune & Autoinflammatory Arthritis” What is precision medicine and why is it import…
 
In the latest episode of the podcast, the first to be streamed live over on Twitch, we welcome Debbie Wilson, Young Persons Project Co-ordinator at the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS). We talk about life with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, the challenges of being a parent of a young person with JIA and all of the incredible work Debbie…
 
Episode at a glance: Colleen shares what it was like to grow up with one hand. Colleen’s diagnosis story for rheumatoid arthritis and treatments that have helped. How Colleen met her husband and her tips for chronically ill relationships. How Colleen maintains a “glass half full” attitude and a brief discussion of “toxic positivity.” Pain managemen…
 
What steps do these busy clinicians take to keep their patients trending toward the healthy side of the health-illness continuum? Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape.com (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/959141). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of our advertiser.…
 
Clinical experts in rheumatology and integrative medicine discuss the realm of wellness in psoriatic arthritis care. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape.com (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/959139). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of our advertiser. This podcast…
 
Episode at a glance: Natalie’s diagnosis stories for fibromyalgia, migraine, celiac, cold urticaria, Hashimoto’s, and other conditions What does fibromyalgia feel like? Cheryl & Natalie discuss how useful the “faulty battery charger” metaphor is for explaining fatigue How Natalie uses humor to cope with her chronic illnesses, and how that led her t…
 
Joyce is 70 years old and was diagnosed with osteoarthritis 30 years ago following a sporting injury sustained in a Judo class. Joyce first discovered Tai Chi when attending a Buddhist retreat and immediately felt the physical and mental benefits of the lower impact, mindful form of exercise. Joyce has since become a volunteer Tai Chi instructor, p…
 
Louise has fibrolmyalgia and osteoarthritis. The pain caused by her conditions prevented her from leading an active life, led to unwanted weight gain and to a reliance on painkillers. Upon withdrawal from the medication, Louise found pacing in hospital helped with the symptoms – she hasn’t stopped. Listen to the full episode to hear Louise’s story,…
 
Episode at a glance: 0:00 - 3:25: Lene’s journey with juvenile idiopathic arthritis from diagnosis at age 9 to using a power wheelchair starting at age 16 to now 3:25 - 10:40: What is ableism, and how does it relate to other forms of descrimination such as racism or sexism? 10:40 - 17:51 - What is health privilege? 17:51 - 24:30 - What is internali…
 
In this episode I share why I became an occupational therapist (spoiler alert - it wasn’t about arthritis initially!), answer your “just for fun questions” (including my favorite Taylor Swift songs), answer your arthritis related questions and share insights about coping with the roller coaster of emotions that accompanies chronic illness life. I’m…
 
Episode at a glance: Ashley’s rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis story: getting the diagnosis at age twenty-seven after being told she was “too young” when she first presented with symptoms Faith: How Ashley’s different kinds of faith help her: faith in God, and faith in herself that she can persevere and achieve her goals, and faith that she can chang…
 
Natasha and Cheryl discuss her treatment journey, how her social life was affected by JIA, the importance of diet and stress management in her treatment plan, and why Natasha formed the nonprofit Take a Pain Check. Episode at a glance: Natasha’s diagnosis story and early experiences with juvenile idiopathic arthritis Different treatments Natasha ha…
 
In this special Podcast episode for World Arthritis Day 2021, I document a day in the life of somebody with arthritis - sharing my routines, the management of my condition and talking about the raw, unseen side of arthritis and the suffering that goes on behind closed doors. I also answer some of the questions you sent in on the day. If you’ve enjo…
 
Episode at a glance Occupational therapy (OT): Why Lindsay became an OT, and Lindsay & Cheryl’s definitions of the profession. (1:00-6:00) Things to think about when accessing a home when you have arthritis: steps, ramps and more, plus tips on aging in place. (6:00-14:29) Tips for the Bathroom with Arthritis: wiping, bidets, toilet seat height, gra…
 
Episode at a glance Full transcript and additional notes available at the Arthritis Life website here. 1:00 - 7:30 Unity’s shares her diagnosis story at 15 months old and details her young childhood experiences growing up with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) 7:30 - 15:00: How Unity became more active in her care management as an adolescent and …
 
In this episode, eight women share their journeys with methotrexate as of July 2020. You can hear an update from Jo, Ananthi and Paulina from October 2021 in episode 58. Episode at a glance Introduction to Episode with Methotrexate facts (0:00-5:00) Patient introductions (5:00-10:00) Patient stories about being on methotrexate: Paulina, Cheryl, Ali…
 
Episode at a glance Grace’s introduction & diagnosis story (3:22 - 9:00) Grace’s experience with pregnancy remission and a postpartum flare up (9:21 - 15:00) What has helped Grace cope mentally and emotionally with chronic pain and stress (15:50 - 32:00) Grace describes her current business coaching work (32:00 - 37:00) Speaker Bios: Grace Nelson i…
 
Episode at a glance Introduction & definition of terms: What is stress, pain versus suffering, statistics on mental health and arthritis, common causes of stress with chronic illness (1:30 - 12:00) Cognitive behavior therapy for “thinking problems”: How “Catching ANTs” is a helpful tool for “thinking problems” (when your stress is caused by maladap…
 
Episode at a glance Art and arthritis: Maria shares how she participates in artistic hobbies like photography and artwork despite hand pain from rheumatoid arthritis Diagnosis journey: Maria’s diagnosis journey with rheumatoid arthritis in Venezuela and her emotional reaction to the diagnosis at age twenty one Managing expectations: Maria and Chery…
 
Even after getting diagnosed with bi-lateral pulmonary emboli, a necrotizing lung nodule and periodic paralysis, Kim was repeatedly dismissed as being “hysterical,” “just anxious” and having “nothing wrong” with her when it turns out her lung had collapsed, she had an air leak on her lung suture line and she also had rheumatoid arthritis. Kim share…
 
Episode at a glance: Suruthi’s diagnosis story of juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) at age 3 What it was like to be a small child with hip displasia and JIA, unable to walk for long periods of time, including social isolation The challenges Suruthi faced in college with some “friends” and roommates not understanding her condition, accusing her of…
 
Episode at a glance: Karol’s experience getting diagnosed with JIA at age 13 and being angry, terrified and grumpy about it The importance of disability representation beyond the cliche “inspirational” story How Karol learned the importance of partnership with a doctor and taking an active role in her care in her 20s Why Karol identifies as disable…
 
Episode at a glance: Introduction and Agenda Review (1:00) Definition of a Flare Up for rheumatic disease (which includes ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis) (6:30) What causes flare-ups, and why is it so important to discover our own unique flare triggers? (7:40) Focus on Pain: tools to prevent pain and reduce exi…
 
This episode includes discussions about: How to decide whether or not to have children while living with a chronic illness Tips for comfortable sex with chronic pain Frequently Asked Questions about pregnancy with rheumatoid arthritis, including how to find out which medications are safe Cheryl and Mariah’s experiences with childbirth and C-section…
 
In this special episode for #WearPurpleforJIA, we are joined by Suruthi Gnanenthiran of @fightrheumatoidarthritis on Instagram, who shares her story of JIA from the age of 3 and also talks about her awareness work and the importance of NRAS's campaign this week to raise awareness of JIA. If you’ve enjoyed this podcast, please don’t forget to subscr…
 
Speaker bios in order of appearance: Kristen Brogan: Kristen has been living with rheumatoid arthritis and Sjogren's since 2018. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has a PhD in Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences, which she uses to inform behavioral chronic illness coaching that she provides for others living with chronic illness. In her f…
 
After a short break due to health reasons, Joel is back with another insightful episode of the Joel vs Arthritis podcast. In this instalment, we are joined by the wonderful Lucy Chambers, who has had psoriasis since childhood. If you’ve enjoyed this podcast, please don’t forget to subscribe on whatever platform you are listening to this on, leave a…
 
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