Making sure the people who get it, ‘GET it’!
We’ve known about arthritis for a long time and we know all there is to know about it right? Well…maybe not.
Scientists have made several discoveries about pain and arthritis in recent years, and it turns out everything may not quite be as we thought.
Have you ever been told:
- It’ll only get worse?
- There’s nothing that can be done?
- Surgery is your only option?
- It’s because of your weight?
If so, it might be time to take another look.
Arthritis affects a LOT of people. It’s a challenge for people affected by it, and a challenge for people trying to provide care for those struggling to live with it.
Join Associate Professor Tasha Stanton and an expert panel for this series of events will provide the latest scientific understanding of osteoarthritis in an easy to understand way. Some of what we now know may surprise you, and it may provide new hope for the future.
#1: Making sure people who get it, get it (19 April 2023, 12 – 1:30pm)
#2: Is movement really for me? (26 April 2023, 12 – 1:30pm)
#3: Your questions answered (Pre-recorded event: TBC)
These events are completely free and open to anyone in Greater Manchester.
Once you book your ticket, your place is secured for both live webinars and you will receive the third pre-recorded session direct to your email inbox. A link to join the two events will be sent to the email address you have provided 48 hours before each event start time.