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This is the online home of the Arthritis Foundation of South Africa. Founded in 1973, the Arthritis Foundation is the only non-profit organisation in South Africa providing non-medical support for people with arthritis, their families and carers. It is entirely privately funded and aims to enable people with arthritis to live a valuable life in all its dimensions through increasing awareness, providing education and offering support.
Awareness Days and Event Calendar
|26/07/2014||National Osteoarthritis Awareness Day - KZN Branch|
Venue: Mount Edge Combe Country Club Pani Dam hall Gate 2 Golf Course Drive Mount Edge Combe. Durban Time: 13:30pm for 14:00 to 16:30pm Speaker: Dr Neeta Patel ( Specialist... More
|28/07/2014||National Osteoarthritis Awareness Day - Helderberg Branch|
To mark Osteoarthritis Awareness Day, the Helderberg branch has invited as guest speaker rheumatologist and osteoarthritis specialist Dr Stella Botha from Groote Schuur Hospital. She will be speaking on... More
|13/08/2014||National Osteoarthritis Awareness Day - Bloemfontein Branch|
Die Stigting vir Artritis van Suid-Afrika Bloemfontein-tak nooi die publiek en gesondheids Deskundiges uit na ‘n praaitjie oor 13-Augustus-2014 Osteoartritis Happy Feet!!! Bespreking van voetspalke Dr... More
|20/08/2014||National Fibromyalgia Day - All Branches|
Please contact your branch for details. More
|09/10/2014||World Arthritis Day - Johannesburg Branch|
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Wits Medical School, 7 York Road, Parktown Presenter: Tereza Hough, CEO National Osteoporosis Society SA; “Dilemmas in Treating Osteoporosis. Is there a Rational... More
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