Rheumatic diseases encompass a wide range of conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, ankylosing spondylarthritis, juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and psoriatic Arthritis. 

Rheumatic diseases can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. Chronic pain, joint stiffness, fatigue, and physical limitations can hinder daily activities and reduce overall well-being.


We know it affects quality of life

We understand the impact of rheumatology diseases on a patients every day life.

1% The prevalence of confirmed rheumatoid arthritis is about 1% of the UK.
2-4 times Rheumatoid arthritis is 2-4 times more prevalent in women than in men. 
30–50 years The onset of rheumatoid arthritis occurs at any age but peaks between 30–50 years. 
1/3 A third of people stop work because of rheumatoid arthritis within 2 years of onset

We know how to provide clinical therapies at home

Every day we help rheumatology patients and their families lead more normal lives by providing them with medications and specialised clinical therapies at home or in their community. 

By giving patients greater choice and flexibility in their treatment, our knowledge and understanding supports the healthcare professionals to deliver clinical treatments, out of hospital and closer to a patient’s home.