Arthritis South Australia - we're here to help you
Welcome to Arthritis South Australia. We are a charitable organisation here to support you, whether you have arthritis and are in pain, have difficulty moving as well as you would like to, or if you want to help someone close to you who suffers from arthritis.
Arthritis South Australia is committed to improving the quality of life of people with arthritis and related conditions. They can be babies, because sadly even kids get arthritis too, through to the elderly. We are dedicated to reducing the social and economic burdens of arthritis. We do this by funding research, providing education and giving support. We also create awareness about arthritis and advocate on behalf of people with arthritis at all levels of government.
This website gives you information about some of the more common types of arthritis, provides information and tips to help you manage arthritis, showcases cutting edge research, offers details on courses that you can book into, ...and much more.
Arthritis South Australia is a member based organisation that relies upon both memberships and donations to fund its many activities. We hope you find the information here useful and we welcome feedback about how our website can best serve you. We also welcome donations.
Congratulations to winners of the 2018 TelethonSA Rivergum Home and Land Lottery at Playford Alive:
First Prize: A John – Ticket No. 40654
Second Prize: C Forster – Ticket No. 68887
Third Prize: S Anderson – Ticket No. 155958
Book Buyer’s/Seller’s Prize: D Backhouse – Ticket No. 47201
Early Bird Prize: M Parker – Ticket No. 155601
2018 Winter Warmers Lottery winners
Congratulations to our 2018 Winter Warmers Lottery winners!
1st Prize: B Clark - Ticket 9158
2nd Prize: L Gormann - Ticket 1582
3rd Prize: B Humm - Ticket 3302
Book Buyers Prize: J Bowden - Ticket 517
A big thank you to everyone who entered the lottery and supported Arthritis SA.
2018 Great Escape Lottery Winners
Congratulations to our 2018 Great Esacpe Lottery Winners
1st Prize: J Abougit, ticket 6621
2nd Prize: J Schoell, ticket 2042
3rd Prize: J Malpas, ticket 823
Book Buyers Prize: R Kalisch, ticket 6843
We hope you enjoy your prizes!
Thank you to everyone who entered the lottery and supported the work Arthritis SA does to help the 1 in 4 South Australians living with arthritis.Read more
Osteoarthritis; translating research into practice
The University of Adelaide recently held The Annual Florey Public Lecture, with Professor David Hunter - the world's leading expert in Osteoporosis - sharing his research on a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of OA. View a recording of his lecture by clicking on the read more button below.Read more
Membership better than ever....
Membership of Arthritis SA is better than ever with one major health insurance fund in South Australia reimbursing many of its "extras" customers their total membership fees.
Arthritis SA recommends that each Arthritis SA member with health fund "extras" check with their funds to see if they can get their total Arthritis SA membership fee back.
That's just the start of the good news for Arthritis SA memberships, now due for renewal. New membership payment options of three and five years are being offered, in addition to the usual one year membership options, kept at $25 for concession card holders and $40 without a concession card. Concession card holders can now pay $65 for three years of membership or $100 for five years. Non-concession card holders can get three years of membership for $100 and five years for $120.
Membership is one of the most valuable contributions you can make to your self-management and knowledge about arthritis. Member benefits include:
3 copies of Arthritis SA's magazine annually
Free entry into Arthritis SA consumer courses and seminars
Free entry into support groups of choice
Discounts on products available at Arthritis SA or on the website's shop
Ready access to health educators
Arthritis pain in adults
Arthritis pain & osteoarthritis
Arthritis pain & children
One in four South Australians suffers from arthritis