Arthritis Care

Arthritis CareWebsite:
National Helpline-Free: 0808 800 4050 (10 am to 4 pm weekdays)
Telephone: 020 7380 6500 Fax 0207 380 6511

Email:[email protected]

Address: Floor 4 , Linen Court, 10 East Road, London NW1 6AD

Social Media: Twitter  and Facebook Arthritis Care Charity Organisation

Arthritis Care also offers The Source, a helpline for young people under 26 with arthritis and their families: Freephone 080 8808 2000 weekdays from 10 am to 4 pm.
Email: [email protected]

Shropshire Arthritis Care: Arthritis Care in Central England, Unit 7, Carlton Business & Technology Centre, Station Road, Carlton, Nottingham NG4 3AT
Telephone: 0115 952 5522
Email: [email protected]

Arthritis Care is the UK’s largest voluntary organisation working with and for all people with arthritis from every section of the community. Its mission is to empower people to take control of their arthritis, their lives and their organisation.  The site includes local contact groups. Services include:

  • Provides information about arthritis. The Helplines team offers practical, confidential support backed up by a wealth of useful publications, including Arthritis News magazine
  • Runs a range of self-management and personal development programmes, giving people the confidence and skills to manage their arthritis and dramatically improve their quality of life
  • Puts people with arthritis in touch with each other through a network of over 250 branches and groups. Arthritis Care also has offices throughout the UK’s regions and nations
  • Arthritis Care campaigns for greater awareness of the needs of everyone with arthritis, improved services and an end to discrimination
  • Arthritis Care works closely with health professionals and other arthritis organisations in the UK and internationally

Useful services:

  • Hydrotherapy – Orthopaedic Hospital, Gobowen, Every Monday at 1.15 pm – 2.00 pm and 2.00pm – 2.45pm
  • Tai chi: Scout Hut, Gobowen 
Every Tuesday at 9.30 am – 10.30 am

2 thoughts on “Arthritis Care

  1. mrs sue herapath

    i have just been diagnosed with arthritis in my right knee, which came on quite suddenly.
    it hurt whilst walking, sitting down and in bed. the dr has given me some voltarol cream which has calmed the pain a bit.
    i was wondering what kind of shoes are best to wear? and where i can get them . i live in ellesmere shropshire.
    thank you,
    mrs susan herapath

    1. Ruby

      Thank you for contacting us about suitable and appropriate footwear. There are various places where you can purchase footwear that are designed specifically for people with arthritic problems. Usually the professional people ie doctors, feet specialists, OT’s recommend low heeled, wide fitting shoes. There are also insoles that can be inserted in footwear that can make footwear more comfortable which helps when walking. There are a various places that do these shoes ie Cosy Feet, Wider Fit Shoes Ltd, Hottershoes. You can download catalogues or request a catalogue on-line. We will send you a direct email with further information. Thank you for contacting us at SDN

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