Disease makes moving painful

Arthritis and related musculoskeletal conditions affect up to one in five people in the UK, causing pain, disability, reduced quality of life and costing society billions, as Judy Hobson reports

When pain is unbearable

Liz Bestic looks at the physical, psychological and social impact of chronic pain which can devastate sufferers’ lives

Supplementary, my dear doctor

Professor Margaret Rayman, an expert in nutritional medicine at the University of Surrey, assesses the possible benefits of special diet and supplements for arthritis patients

The big three take their toll

Three of the most commonly occurring musculoskeletal conditions are osteoporosis osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Rhiannon Smith takes a closer look at the “big three”