The Arthritis Foundation of South Africa

Achieving a better life for those with arthritis!

 

 

Welcome to our website!

 

 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

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09/05/2014 National Lupus Awareness Day - All Branches
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15/05/2014 Lupus Awareness Day - Johannesburg Branch
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Wits Medical School, 7 York Road, Parktown Presenter: Dr Anne Stanwix, Rheumatologist; “Health Issues in Lupus” Presenter: Samantha vd Berg; “My Journey with Lupus”. (Samantha...    More
24/07/2014 National Osteoarthritis Awareness Day - All Branches
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24/07/2014 Osteoarthritis Awareness Day - Johannesburg Branch
Venue: Lecture Theatre 1, Wits Medical School, 7 York Road, Parktown Presenter: Dr Nicole de la Hunt, Rheumatologist; “The Burden of Ageing” Presenter: Kerry Clack and Claudette Busschau, Physiotherapists;...    More
20/08/2014 National Fibromyalgia Day - All Branches
Please contact your branch for details.    More
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Know Your Medication

 

Arthritis Drugs Database 

 

 

 Searching for an affordable medical aid and don't know where to start?

 

Use the   Medical Scheme Information Tool (MSIT). This tool can be used to compare medical schemes and their various plans and rates.

 

Do you have a complaint to make about your medical scheme or other medical service provider? Click here to find out what action you can take. 

 

  

 

When searching our site, only enter the most relevant word pertaining to your search e.g. if you are searching for "rheumatoid arthritis", only enter  "rheumatoid".