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    Arthritis Education
    Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region

    Arthritis Lecture

    One out of Every Five People has Arthritis in the United States

    1 in 5 have arthritis in the U.S.

    Arthritis is a serious health problem.
    With more than 120 different types of arthritis affecting the people of our community it is important that we raise awareness about this debilitating disease.
    View More Startling Statistics (pdf).

    Juvenile Arthritis

    Arthritis affects people of all ages – more than 300,000 children have been diagnosis with arthritis.

    Video about Arthritis


    What is Arthritis?
    Tips on How to Actively Live with Arthritis
    Hip and knee Exercises
    Joint Replacement
    Strengthening Exercises
    Energy Conservation Tips

    Support Groups


    Joint Replacement

    For many people the option to have joint replacement surgery can be scary. Joint replacement is the last step to minimize or eliminate the pain caused by arthritis. Find out more about joint replacement treatment options and hear from a patient who went through surgery and is now back horse riding.

    A video of William Bargar, M.D, discussing Joint replacement

    Community Events

    Walk to Cure Arthritis®, Sacramento
    June 1, 2014
    California State Capitol, West Steps
    1315 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
    8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
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    Community Based Programs

    Amador County
    Davis/Yolo County
    Solano County

    Partnerships that Count!

    As a leader in the advocacy for awareness and advancement of arthritis treatment, we have teamed up with the Arthritis Foundation’s Sacramento Chapter. Together, we have been actively working on educating our community about how to actively live with arthritis. Together we can help make a difference.

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    Join us and learn how you can take control of your arthritis through new treatments, better access and, ultimately, cures by visiting the Arthritis Foundation website today. Visit the Arthritis Foundation website