Recognising Rheumatology Conditions

Thank you to @TaiwanOzPhysio for bringing a paper to my attention which is used as the basis for this blog post (see reference at the end). Clearly recognising rheumatology conditions is of interest to me… This paper is interesting because it literally attempted to...
Polymyalgia Rheumatica – Update!

Polymyalgia Rheumatica – Update!

Starting with some Thanks for this blog. Thank you to Professor Bhaskar Dasgupta who ran a brilliant webinar (25/11/2020) on Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR). Find more out about him here. There was so much contained in 45 minutes and I have tried to condense it down to...
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

I have for a long time avoided this subject and I have decided to finally try and include this in my repertoire as the number of questions continues to increase. This is certainly an evolving area of knowledge for me and as a result this is not complete, nor do I...

Spondyloarthritis Nomenclature Updates

As we move forwards in medicine with the understanding of Spondyloarthritis, some things are becoming more complex and others more simple. (I say we, I have nothing to do with it, it’s the amazing researchers and Rheumatologists that deserve all credit) I have got a...
AxSpA in Women – Updates

AxSpA in Women – Updates

On Friday 09/10/2020 I am attended a webinar by ARMA all about AxSpA in Women and how it differs to the condition in Men. This blog will attempt at summarising the differences and clinical implications for us as Therapists. Thank you to ARMA and their invited speakers...