ARMA’s Membership
Corporate Partnership Policy

Member Organisations

ARMA has 33 member organisations, ranging from specialised support groups for rare diseases to major research charities and national professional bodies.

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Arthritis Action

Our vision is for people to live active lives, free from arthritis pain. We want to empower people with arthritis to take control of their lives, manage their condition and reduce the need for medical intervention.

Arthritis Action gives members access to physical therapies in their local area, alongside exercise, healthy eating, weight management advice and individual support. We run self-management events around the country and are setting up local support groups for members. Our healthcare professionals work with members to develop a personal arthritis action plan that suits their needs.

Telephone Number:
020 3781 7120

Website:
www.arthritisaction.org.uk

General Email:
info@arthritisaction.org.uk

Members Email: members@arthritisaction.org.uk

Address:
64 Victoria Street,
London,
SW1E 6QP

Arthritis Care

Arthritis Care exists to support people with all forms of arthritis. There are around 10 million people with arthritis in the UK. That’s 10 million individuals, plus their families, each affected in a unique way. Arthritis Care provides high quality information and support to empower people to take control of their arthritis. They represent people with arthritis and involve them in developing and delivering their services.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7380 6500

General Helpline: 0808 800 4050

Email: info@arthritiscare.org.uk
Email: Helplines@arthritiscare.org.uk

Website: arthritiscare.org.uk

Office: Arthritis Care,
Floor 4,
Linen Court,
10 East Road,
London,
N1 6AD
United Kingdom

Arthritis Research UK

Arthritis Research UK is the leading authority on arthritis in the UK, conducting scientific and medical research into all types of arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions. It is the UK’s fourth largest medical research charity and the only charity solely committed to funding high quality research into the cause, treatment and cure of arthritis, which affects more than seven million people in the UK today and millions more worldwide.

Tel: +44 (0) 300 790 0400

Fax: +44 (0) 300 790 0401

Email: enquiries@arthritisresearchuk.org
Website: arthritisresearchuk.org

Office:
Arthritis Research UK,
Copeman House,
St Mary’s Gate,
Chesterfield,
Derbyshire,
S41 7TD
United Kingdom

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BackCare

BackCare is a national charity that aims to reduce the impact of back pain on society by providing information, support, promoting good practice and funding research. BackCare acts as a hub between patients, (healthcare) professionals, employers, policy makers, researchers and all others with an interest in back pain.

National Tel: +44 (0) 208 977 5474

Helpline: 0845 130 2704

Fax: +44 (0) 208 943 5318

Email: info@backcare.org.uk

Website: backcare.org.uk

Office:
Monkey Puzzle House
69-71 Windmill Road
Sunbury-on-Thames
TW16 7DT

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British Acupuncture Council

The BAcC has a membership of around 3,000 professionally qualified acupuncturists. It is the UK’s largest professional/self-regulatory body for the practice of traditional acupuncture. Acupuncture has been recognised by NICE for lower back pain, and there is an excellent evidence base for acupuncture and MSK conditions.

Tel: 020 8735 0400

Email: Contact form

Website: acupuncture.org.uk

Office:
63 Jeddo Rd,
London,
W12 9HQ

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British Association of Occupational Therapists

The British Association of Occupational Therapists is the professional body for all occupational therapy staff in the United Kingdom. The College of Occupational Therapists is a wholly owned subsidiary of BAOT and operates as a registered charity. The College sets the professional and educational standards for the occupational therapy profession and represents the profession at the national and international levels.

The COT Specialist Section – Rheumatology provides a forum for occupational therapists and occupational therapy staff that have an interest in rheumatology and musculoskeletal conditions. We work closely with other related organisations and professionals with a similar interest. We share and exchange knowledge, skills and ideas and provide access to resource material to promote research and evidence-based practice. Our networks create links between occupational therapists and students who have an interest in the area of rheumatology.

Tel: +44(0) 207 357 6480

Website: cot-ss-rheumatology

Email: Reception@cot.co.uk

Office:
British Association of Occupational Therapists,
College of Occupational Therapists,
106-114 Borough High Street
London SE1 1LB

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British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine

The British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BAsem) was founded in 1952 and is the largest multidisciplinary sports medicine organisation in the UK, offering full membership to medical practitioners and associate membership to allied professionals such as physiotherapists and sports scientists.

The Association aims to provide support and education to all healthcare professionals involved in the care of athletes and individuals undertaking, or aspiring to undertake, regular physical activity at all levels.

From 2017, BAsem has incorporated BIMM, an ARMA organisation with similar aims. The British Institute of Musculoskeletal Medicine has a 25 year history of providing excellent educational courses and many of its members are also BASEM members. The great experience of BIMM tutors will enhance and strengthen the BASEM education programme, creating a multidisciplinary family for sharing knowledge.

BASEM has its own internationally recognised journal, The British Journal of Sports Medicine and is dedicated to the promotion of good health through physical activity and the provision of sports medicine expertise to optimise athletic performance at all levels.

Tel: 01302 623222

email: enquiries@basem.co.uk

Website: www.basem.co.uk

Office:
Unit 3,
Jetstream Drive,
Auckley,
Doncaster,
DN9 3QS.

British Chiropractic Association

The British Chiropractic Association (BCA) is the largest and longest-standing association for chiropractors in the UK. It was founded in 1925 and has a membership comprising over 50% of the UK’s registered chiropractors. The BCA only accepts members who have graduated from a nationally or internationally-recognised college of chiropractic education, after a minimum of four years full-time training and ensures its chiropractors maintain high standards of conduct, practice, education and training.

The BCA was a founder member of the European Chiropractors Union and the World Federation of Chiropractic. All BCA members are covered by a high quality professional indemnity insurance and the Association operates a robust professional standards and complaints management process.

Tel: +44 (0) 118 950 5950

Fax: +44 (0) 118 958 8946

Email: enquiries@chiropractic-uk.co.uk

Website: chiropractic-uk.co.uk

Office:
The British Chiropractic Association,
59 Castle Street,
Reading,
Berkshire
RG1 7SN

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British Medical Acupuncture Society

The British Medical Acupuncture Society is a registered charity established to encourage the use and scientific understanding of acupuncture within medicine for the public benefit. It seeks to enhance the education and training of suitably qualified practitioners, and to promote high standards of working practices in acupuncture. Members are regulated healthcare professionals who practice acupuncture within the scope of their professional practice.

Tel: 01606 786782

Fax: 01606 786783

Contact us: Admin staff

Website: www.medical-acupuncture.co.uk

Office:
BMAS
BMAS House,
3 Winnington Court,
Northwich,
Cheshire
CW8 1AQ

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British Orthopaedic Association

The British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) is the professional association for trauma and orthopaedic surgeons in the United Kingdom and those abroad who have had orthopaedic training in the UK or who show a continuing interest in the affairs of the Association. The Association’s mission is to advance, for the public benefit, the science, art and practice of orthopaedic surgery with the aim of bringing relief to patients of all ages suffering from the effects of injury or disorders of the musculoskeletal system.

Tel: 020 7405 6507

Website: www.boa.ac.uk/

Fax: 020 7831 2676

Office:
British Orthopaedic Association
35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
London
WC2A 3PE

British Society for Rheumatology

The British Society for Rheumatology (BSR) exists to promote excellence in the treatment of people with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions and to support those delivering it. It is a professional clinical association representing the whole multi-disciplinary team and includes the sections BHPR at BSR an umbrella body for allied health professionals and nurses, and BSPAR at BSR for children and adolescent specialists, in this way BSR represents the whole of a person’s lifespan and the whole patient pathway: members include consultant rheumatologists, trainees, specialised nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists and GPs with special interest in rheumatology. BSR aims to improve standards of care in Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Disorders (RMDs) and secure a high priority for rheumatology services.

Website: rheumatology.org.uk

Email: bsr@rheumatology.org.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7842 0900

Fax: +44 (0) 20 7842 0901

Office:
British Society for Rheumatology,
Bride House,
18-20 Bride Lane,
London,
EC4Y 8EE

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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine

The British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine (BSRM) is a learned society representing doctors who practise in Rehabilitation Medicine. It was formed in 1984 in the name of the Medical Disability Society and is a registered charity (Reg. No. 293196).

The Society encourages doctors in all clinical specialties to be involved in education and research into the management of disability. Membership of the BSRM is open to all registered medical practitioners interested and concerned with its objectives.

Email: admin@bsrm.co.uk

Phone: +44 (0) 1992 638865

Fax: +44 (0) 1992 638674

Office:
BSRM,
c/o Royal College of Physicians,
11 St Andrews Place,
London
NW1 4LE

Website: www.bsrm.co.uk

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Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) is the professional, educational and trade union body for the UK’s 50,000 chartered physiotherapists, physiotherapy students and support workers. The CSP leads, promotes and represents the physiotherapy profession by driving excellence in physiotherapy practice and employment, and influencing healthcare policy across the UK. It is the voice of physiotherapy in the UK, supporting its members in transforming peoples’ health and well being. The CSP is a progressive, dynamic, member-centred organisation which aims to:

  • lead and support all members in developing and promoting high quality innovative patient care
  • protect and further advance the interests and working lives of its members
  • raise the profile of the physiotherapy profession and influence the health care agenda
  • work openly in partnership to meet the diverse needs of both its members and their patients.

 

Tel: +44 (0) 207 306 6666

Email: contact form

Website: www.csp.org.uk

Find a Physio: www.csp.org.uk/find-physio

Mail:
CSP,
14 Bedford Row,
London,
WC1R 4ED
United Kingdom

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College of Podiatry

The aims of the College of Podiatry (COP) are:

  • the advancement of research and education of the public in the art and science of podiatry, and the benefit the public derives from the work of our members.
  • the advancement of podiatric health and the prevention and treatment of diseases and conditions of the foot and lower limbs.

As such, the College will develop its academic standing; facilitate continuing professional development; attract funding for research; and promote scientific annual conferences and award qualifications.

The College of Podiatry works with other Allied Health Professions to promote and support the delivery of foot health within the UK.

The College is a registered charity (England & Wales No: 1145855, Scotland No: SCO43965)

 

Tel: 020 7234 8620

Email: reception@scpod.org

Website: www.scpod.org

Office:
The College of Podiatry,
Quartz House,
207 Providence Sq,
Mill Street,
London,
SE1 2EW

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Ehlers Danlos Support UK

EDS UK was founded in 1987 to support and educate all those living with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. The organisation produces literature, DVDs and merchandise to increase the understanding in managing this condition. The organisation supplies education and resources for the medical community and funds research. Raising awareness in this area is important, as Ehlers Danlos Syndrome is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed.

Ehlers-Danlos Support UK provides a membership package that includes a bi-annual newsletter and a support network in your local area. They also offer members exclusive access to an area on their website containing past conference videos, a friendly specialists’ directory and previous issues of the ‘Fragile Links’ newsletter. EDS UK host conferences and events to keep the community informed with the latest developments.

Phone: 0208 736 5604

Email: Contact form

Website: www.ehlers-danlos.org

Post: PO Box 748, Borehamwood, WD6 9HU.

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Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (UK)

The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (UK) works to develop and promote the medical specialty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM). SEM is made up of three elements: exercise as a way to improve health; exercise as treatment for illness; and the treatment of injuries from sport.

Tel: +44 131 527 3404
Fax: +44 131 527 3408

Email: enquiries@fsem.ac.uk

Website: www.fsem.ac.uk

Address:
Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (UK)
The Intercollegiate Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine
6 Hill Square
Edinburgh, EH8 9DR

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Fibromyalgia Action UK

Fibromyalgia Action UK is a registered charity administered by unpaid volunteers. FMA UK represents the possible 5% of the population with fibromyalgia. By raising awareness of fibromyalgia among medical professionals, politicians and the general public, we hope to improve the knowledge and availability of treatment options.

National Helpline: 0844 887 2444

Office: 0844 826 9022

Website: http://www.fmauk.org/

How to contact us: Contacts page

Office:
Head Office FMA UK
Studio 3013
MileEnd Mill
12 Seedhill Road
Paisley PA1 1JS

Hypermobility Syndrome Association

The Hypermobility Syndrome Association (HMSA) is a charity run by and for people diagnosed with the Hypermobility Syndrome (HMS). What we do: The HMSA aims to provide support and information to those affected by the Syndrome and to promote knowledge and understanding within the medical community and the public at large. We hope to assist sufferers to come to terms with the HMS and the distress that it can cause.

Helpline: 033 3011 6388

Website: hypermobility.org

Email: Contact Form

Postal address:
The Hypermobility Syndromes Association,
Sovereign House,
22 Shelley Road,
Worthing,
West Sussex,
BN11 1TU

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Institute of Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a holistic system of diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of medical conditions including (but not exclusively limited to) those causing musculoskeletal morbidity. The Institute of Osteopathy is the professional membership organisation for osteopaths in the UK. Representing approximately 70% of osteopaths registered to practice in the UK, the Institute of Osteopathy endeavours to support its members and promote the profession through research, lobbying and communication. The iO works closely with the National Council of Osteopathic Research (NCOR) to gather data to support the efficacy of osteopathy.

To qualify, an osteopath must study for four to five years for an undergraduate degree. This is similar to a medical degree, with more emphasis on anatomy and musculoskeletal medicine and includes more than 1,000 hours of training in osteopathic techniques. By law, osteopaths must register with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). This gives an osteopath similar status to that of a doctor or dentist and guarantees the patient equivalently high levels of care. It is an offence for anyone to call themselves an osteopath if they are not registered. The British Medical Association’s guidance for general practitioners states that doctors can safely refer patients to osteopaths.

Email: io@osteopathy.org

Website: osteopathy.org

Tel: 01582 488455

Fax: 01582 481533

Office: 3 Park Terrace Manor Road Luton Bedfordsire LU1 3HN

Twitter: @InstOsteopathy

Facebook: www.facebook.com/instituteofosteopathy

LUPUS UK

LUPUS UK is the only national registered charity supporting people with systemic lupus and discoid lupus and assisting those approaching diagnosis. We presently have over 6000 Members and a number of Regional Groups around the UK who arrange medical talks, publish local newsletters, set up local occasions and organise fundraising events. LUPUS UK also produces an informative national magazine with lupus articles, letters, reports, and photographs, and operates a strong Grant Programme for research purposes and welfare.

Phone: 00 +44 (0)1708 731251

Website: www.lupusuk.org.uk/

Email: headoffice@lupusuk.org.uk

Office:
LUPUS UK
St James House
Eastern Road
Romford
Essex
RM1 3NH
England

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Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists

The Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) is a group of over 1100 physiotherapists, who are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. In addition to their undergraduate training they have all undertaken extensive postgraduate study and reached a recognised standard of excellence in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy. Their knowledge and practical skills ensures that all MACP Physiotherapists are able to provide an excellent standard of care in examination, treatment and management for people with neuromusculoskeletal problems.

In the UK the MACP is recognised as the specialist manipulative therapy group by the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT). To obtain membership of the MACP clinicians have to complete a recognised postgraduate course of study, many of which are at a Master of Science level. The association has 1000 full members (members who have passed a stringent examination process) and almost 200 associate members (members undertaking post-graduate education leading to membership).

Phone: +44(0) 120 270 6161 (during normal office hours)

Email: admin@macpweb.org

Website: www.macpweb.org/

Office: MACP PO Box 6759 Westbourne Dorset, BH4 0DA United Kingdom

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Myositis UK

Myositis UK is a charity providing advice and support to individuals and their families affected by Dermatomyositis, Polymyositis, Inclusion Body Myositis and Juvenile Dermatomyositis. They also raise funds and promote medical research to improve the diagnosis, treatment, management and understanding of these rare illnesses.

Website: http://myositis.org.uk/

Email: msg@myositis.org.uk

Office:146 Newtown Road,
Woolston,
Southampton,
SO19 9HR

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National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society

The National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society (NASS) is the only registered charity dedicated to the needs of people affected by ankylosing spondylitis (AS) in the UK. Since 1976 NASS has played a crucial role in providing accurate and up to date information allowing people with AS to have a greater understanding of their disease and in turn, make more informed choices in the management of their symptoms.

Helpline: 020 8948 9117

Email: admin@nass.co.uk

Website: www.nass.co.uk/

Office:
National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society,
4 Albion Court,
Hammersmith,
London,
W6 0QT

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National Osteoporosis Society

The National Osteoporosis Society is the only UK wide charity dedicated to improving the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. Their mission:

  • To improve public awareness and understanding of osteoporosis.
  • To influence health and social care provision to achieve excellence in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis to prevent fragility fractures.
  • To provide caring support and information to enable people affected by osteoporosis to make a positive difference to their lives.

The NOS charity has a UK wide network of around 100 support groups which meet on a regular basis to offer support to sufferers of osteoporosis. Please click here to locate your nearest one.

Osteoporosis Helpline: 0808 800 0035
(Mon to Fri 9.00am to 5.00pm, excluding bank holidays)

Helpline online: visit link.

Tel: 01761 471771
(Mon to Thu 9.00am to 4.30 pm; Friday 9.00am to 4.00pm)

More contacts: Contact-us page

Website: www.nos.org.uk/

Email: info@nos.org.uk

Office: Camerton, Bath, BA2 0PJ

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National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society

The National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS) is the only UK patient led charity dedicated to supporting people in the UK with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), as well as their families, carers and the healthcare professionals. They also provide information and support to children, young people and families affected by juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).

Freephone Helpline: 0800 298 7650

Telephone:
0845 458 3969 /
01628 823524

Fax No: 0845 458 3971

Website: www.nras.org.uk

Email: enquiries@nras.org.uk

Office: NRAS Ground Floor,
4 The Switchback,
Gardner Road,
Maidenhead
Berkshire
SL6 7RJ

Podiatry Rheumatic Care Association

The Podiatry Rheumatic Care Association is an independent group working towards excellence in the care of rheumatic foot disorders through education and research. Established in January 1997, this is the association for podiatrists who have an interest or who are currently working in the area of Rheumatology and musculoskeletal pathology. Aims are

  • To provide a network between Podiatrists and to facilitate support for podiatrists working in the field of Rheumatology
  • To develop a programme of post graduate education in the field of rheumatic care and some form of post graduate qualification
  • To encourage and support research in the area of rheumatology
  • To promote Podiatry within Rheumatology and the role of the Podiatrist in the field of rheumatology
  • To achieve recognition within Rheumatology of the specialist skills that Podiatrists have in this important field of medicine.

 

Website: www.prcassoc.org.uk/

Contact details and email.

Office: Robert Field, Podiatrist, PRCA Membership Secretary, Rheumatology Department, Christchurch Hospital, Fairmile Road, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 32JX

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Polymyalgia Rheumatica & Giant Cell Arteritis UK

Polymyalgia Rheumatica & Giant Cell Arteritis UK (PMRGCAuk) is a registered charity established to meet the needs of people with these debilitating conditions by offering support, raising awareness and promoting research. Our organisation has started part-sponsoring research into PMR and GCA.
There were various reasons for setting up the Charity. It became apparent that patients had nowhere specific to obtain information or support for either Polymyalgia Rheumatica or Giant Cell Arteritis, which means there is not enough information for the general public to make them aware of these conditions, and how important it is to seek help.
The two conditions are relatively unknown and neglected, although widespread, and doctors on the front line often do not recognise the early warning signs of these conditions, or know about some of their more serious complications. We aim to support People with PMR and GCA with information and advice, local groups, a helpline, newsletters and a forum shared with people who understand what they are going through.

Website: www.pmrgcauk.com

Email: info@pmrgcauk.com

 

General info line: 0300 999 5090

Helpline: 0300 111 5090

Postal Address:
BM PMRGCAuk, London, WC1N 3XX

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Primary Care Rheumatology Society

The Primary Care Rheumatology Society (PCR) was set up in 1986 by a group of general practitioners with a special interest in Rheumatology.

PCR’s aims are:

  • To improve education in Rheumatology in general practice
  • To set up relevant research topics
  • To increase communication between hospital rheumatologists and other relevant health professionals, with the ultimate aim of improving care for patients with rheumatic disease.

 

Phone: 01609 774794 (office hours 9am – 5pm, Monday – Friday)

Email: PCRS

Website: www.pcrsociety.org

Address: Primary Care Rheumatology Society, PO Box 42, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8YG United Kingdom

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Royal College of Chiropractors

The Royal College of Chiropractors (RCC) is a professional membership body which seeks to promote the art, science and practice of chiropractic, maintain and improve professional standards for the benefit of the public and advance the study of and research in chiropractic.

The RCC complements the General Chiropractic Council by running the UK’s chiropractic postgraduate training scheme, providing a major UK-wide programme of continuing professional development and facilitating quality, safety and excellence in the provision of chiropractic services.

 

Tel: +44 (0)118 946 9727

Email: admin@rcc-uk.org

Website: rcc-uk.org

Office:Chiltern Chambers
St Peters Avenue
Reading
RG4 7DH
United Kingdom

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Royal College of Nursing Rheumatology Forum

The RCN Rheumatology Forum represents its members by:

  • Promoting best practice in rheumatology.
  • Leading the development of rheumatology nursing practice.
  • Promoting the nature, scope and value of rheumatology nursing.
  • Educating nurses and health care professionals and improving the quality of compassionate patient care.
  • Influencing changes in rheumatology that will benefit both patients and nurses.

Website: RCN Rheumatology Forum

Email: Nik.Payne@rcn.org.uk

RSI Action…

is the new national RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) charity.

  • Our objects are: To facilitate the prevention of the conditions known collectively as Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) in the UK.
  • To facilitate the relief of sickness, hardship and distress amongst those suffering within the UK from RSI conditions.

Registered Charity No. 1114977. Registered in England and Wales.

Website: www.rsiaction.org.uk

E-mail: info@rsiaction.org.uk

Address: RSI Action, PO Box 173, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 0WT

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Scleroderma and Raynaud’s UK

Scleroderma and Raynaud’s UK is the only charity dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by Scleroderma and Raynaud’s. We exist to improve awareness and understanding of these conditions, to support those affected, and ultimately to find a cure.

Scleroderma & Raynaud’s UK is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) registered with charity number 1161828.

Phone: +44(0) 20 7000 1925

Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/WeAreSRUK

Twitter:
http://www.twitter.com/WeAreSRUK

Email:info@sruk.co.uk

Website: www.sruk.co.uk

Office: 112 Crewe Road,
Alsager,
Cheshire,
ST7 2JA

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UK Gout Society

The UK Gout Society charity, launched in December 2002. Its mission and objectives are :-

  • To provide basic information about this metabolic disorder for people who suffer from gout.
  • To provide gout sufferers with further information about the causes and treatment of gout, and about organisations that are committed to education, health promotion and the prevention of gout.
  • To increase public awareness and knowledge about this painful, potentially disabling, but eminently treatable disorder.

 

Media Press, please call:
07778 304233

Website: www.ukgoutsociety.org/

Email: info@ukgoutsociety.org

Office:
UK Gout Society
PO Box 90,
HINDHEAD
GU27 9FW