Video: “Rheumatoid Arthritis Support and Information”
Accurate and up to date Rheumatoid Arthritis information that is easy to understand is an essential part of living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. I’ve often said that it seems like this disease should come with a degree. We have to learn so much information for Rheumatoid Arthritis management that we should get to have the initials RA after our names. Like this: Kelly Young, R.A. 😎
Of course, I’m joking about the degree.
A Rheumatoid Arthritis information class?
However, consider another disease which is complicated enough to require some education: diabetes. Newly diagnosed diabetes patients often attend classes offered by their hospital or medical group. They learn about management of the disease, what to expect in the future, and how to manage medications.
I’ve never seen anything like that for Rheumatoid Arthritis. Where did you find support and information for RA? Online only? Did your doctor recommend anything to help you find your way when you were diagnosed?
Would you have attended a class like that if your doctor recommended it when you were diagnosed? How could it have helped you? What would have been most helpful to know?
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