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Arthritis life features real patient stories, expert advice, life hacks and more to help you feel more empowered and less alone. Host Cheryl Crow shares her insights from both as a rheumatoid arthritis patient for seventeen years and as an occupational therapist, a health profession that focuses on empowering people with health challenges to function in their daily lives. This podcast will also include reflections on how you can have the best quality of life possible despite chronic pain, an ...
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Thriving with Arthritis

Dr. Diana Girnita MD, PhD

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Welcome to "Thriving with Arthritis," the podcast that dives deep into the world of arthritis and autoimmune diseases. Hosted by Dr. Diana Girnita, a rheumatologist with over 20 years of research and clinical experience, this podcast is your go-to resource for understanding and managing conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, gout, lupus, Sjogren disease and so much more. Each episode of "Thriving with Arthritis" is packed with valuable insights, ac ...
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Join Dr Stanley Cohen for Medscape InDiscussion: Psoriatic Arthritis, a podcast series where thought leaders and clinical experts share their diverse insights and practical ideas for optimizing patient care. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984265). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of advertisers. This podcast is intended only for US healthcare professionals.
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Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic long term condition that principally attacks flexible joints, causing painful swelling, stiffness and fatigue. The risk of developing RA is associated with ageing but it also affects adults of working age and is three times more common in women. 56 year old Liz noticed her first symptoms in 1996, when her son was just 2 years old. In this collection, she shares her experiences of living with RA, from early symptoms to drug-controlled remission.
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Biologic Therapy In Rheumatoid Arthritis

rhnews@elsevier.com (Rheumatology News International)

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Biologic Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pioneers in Research, is a monthly series of podcasts featuring interviews with today's giants in rheumatology sponsored by Schering-Plough Corporation. In this series brought to you by Rheumatology News International, you will hear some of the greatest scientists in rheumatology describe the exploration of what was then uncharted medical territory. Their words will bring alive the journey of discovery that placed them in the annals of history's grea ...
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Join Dr. Diana Girnita, an experienced rheumatologist, as she decodes the laboratory tests used for diagnosing Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). In this episode, Dr. Girnita explores different types of laboratory tests and how are they helpful in making a diagnosis. Dr. Girnita is teaching you about the tools that your rheumatologist will use to make the …
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Through sharing her own story publicly, Catherine learned the importance of disability representation and advocacy for young people. She also delves into why it is crucial to include the voices of young adults in the research and advocacy process. Cheryl and Catherine explore the process of dismantling their own internalized ableism and challenging…
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Welcome to "Thriving with Arthritis" Podcast. In this episode I have a special guest, Dr Dr. Cheruba Prabakar, a specialist in menopause and women's health, to answer questions about menopause and its effects on autoimmune diseases. The discussion covers various topics, including: How menopause affects women and its potential link to autoimmune dis…
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In this episode of the ‘Thriving with Arthritis’ podcast, Dr. Diana Girnita delves into the intricate relationship between obesity and arthritis or autoimmune diseases. Joined by esteemed guest Dr. Mirela Titianu, an expert in obesity, they unravel the complexities of obesity as a disease, debunking common misconceptions and shedding light on its p…
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Join Dr. Diana Girnita and Dr. John Cush in this episode of the 'Thriving with Arthritis' podcast, where they delve into the intricate world of Rheumatoid arthritis. With decades of combined experience, they unpack a plethora of crucial topics, centering managing effectively Rheumatoid arthritis. From preventative measures and the importance of fin…
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Trigger warning: orthorexia / eating disorders; fear of foods In Episode 122, Ray shares the shock and emotional turmoil he experienced upon receiving his diagnoses of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), ankylosing spondylitis (AS), and osteoarthritis (OA). He described the initial denial he felt and the process of coming to terms with his diagnoses, acknow…
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Join Dr. Diana Girnita on the 'Thriving with Arthritis' podcast, where she delves into the topic of why women develop more rheumatoid arthritis. Through poignant patient stories like Sarah's, Dr. Girnita elucidates the genetic, hormonal, and lifestyle factors contributing to autoimmune diseases in women. With a focus on empowerment and resilience, …
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Join Dr. Diana Girnita, an experienced rheumatologist dedicated to unraveling the complexities of arthritis and autoimmune diseases. In this episode, Dr. Garnita delves into various facets of rheumatoid arthritis, shedding light on its lesser-known symptoms often overlooked by patients. From distinctive signs like Raynaud's phenomenon and bilateral…
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Christine highlights the importance of lifestyle methods to manage chronic conditions including sleep hygiene, stress management, anti inflammatory nutrition, exercise and more. They discuss the importance of focusing on what brings joy and meaning to one's life while managing chronic illness. Overall, the conversation underscores the importance of…
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Join Dr. Diana Girnita, an experienced rheumatologist, in the "Thriving with Arthritis" podcast as she delves into the world of arthritis and autoimmune diseases. From exploring various types of arthritis to discussing cutting-edge research and offering valuable insights, this podcast is your essential guide. Whether you're new to the condition or …
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Cheryl and Rebecca also share misconceptions and talk about the variability and fluctuations of symptoms, as well as reframing limitations and embracing flexibility. They explore the idea of living a "good life" with rheumatic diseases, acknowledging the challenges while emphasizing the possibility of thriving and pursuing one's dreams despite the …
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Episode Summary ****Please see the episode trigger warning below. On episode 119 of the Arthritis Life Podcast, Christine Troyano shares her journey of living, traveling the world and dancing with rheumatoid arthritis. She also opens up about pressures she experienced as a young person to treat her arthritis without medication, and then shares her …
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In this episode of Thriving with Arthritis, Dr. Diana Girnita, a seasoned rheumatologist, explores the intricate world of arthritis. From differentiating types of arthritis to understanding symptoms and seeking the right diagnosis, Dr. Gonita guides you through a journey of knowledge, empowering you to live a better life despite the challenges pose…
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Welcome to the first episode of "Thriving with Arthritis" with the incredible Dr. Diana Girnita MD, PhD. She's not just a seasoned rheumatologist; she's your guide to living a fuller life despite the hurdles of arthritis and autoimmune diseases. In this episode, Dr. Diana Girnita lays it all out – the staggering impact of arthritis on one in four A…
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Rosemary also shares her experience with a mystery skin rash that ended up being a rare psoriatic arthritis medication side effect: leukocytoclastic vasculitis triggered by drug-induced lupus, and an eventual diagnosis of Palisaded Neutrophilic and Granulomatous Dermatitis. Throughout the episode, Rosemary and Cheryl discuss the importance of copin…
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Cheryl and Dr. Kimberly discuss the importance of pain science education to help patients better understand and manage their pain perception. The also explore the importance of building a network of health professionals and support groups to empower patients to advocate for themselves and navigate their treatment journey effectively. They conclude …
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In episode 116 of the Arthritis Life Podcast, Lauren Huffman shares her journey with Ankylosing Spondylitis, and how her passion for occupational therapy and dogs has brought her meaning even through challenges. She and Cheryl give insight into the “behind the scenes” of Arthritis Life, and what resources are available. They discuss the importance …
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In this episode, Kate shares her journey getting diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis while working as a chef in London. She opens up about her post-diagnosis emotional roller coaster and shares how joining Cheryl’s Rheum to THRIVE online support and education program helped her feel more confident, empowered and supported. She also details other pro…
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Episode at a glance: For full episode show notes go to the episode page here. Diagnosis story: Julia went from having a very active lifestyle, to becoming waking up with pain, fatigue, fever, and other symptoms. After initially thinking her symptoms were from a virus or pushing herself too hard in dance, she received a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthr…
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In this episode, Cheryl discusses the major themes in Taylor Swift’s music that relate to the chronic illness experience, from the “Haunting” experience of a medication not working anymore to my own “Anti Heroic” immune system to the constant question of “Are We Out of the Woods yet?” when in a flare up. After weaving in and out her own experience …
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Cheryl and Dr. Hosey delve into the importance of accepting the unpredictability of life with chronic illness and redefining what constitutes a "normal" life. This includes a discussion about resilience, mindfulness, and the potential for personal growth in the face of chronic health struggles. Dr. Hosey's shares how she turned her pain into purpos…
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After discovering that episode 14 is the most downloaded of all my Arthritis Life Podcast episodes, I decided to release it with some additional insights from my perspective now. I also provide some updates after facilitating support groups for over 250 people in the last three years. This episode includes a deep dive into how rheumatoid arthritis …
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This is a follow up to episode 45: “What’s it like to be on Methotrexate for Rheumatoid Arthritis or Psoriatic Arthritis?” Paulina, Jenny, Ali, and Ananthi share what’s changed and what has stayed the same with their medications, including whether they’re still on methotrexate. They also reflect on how they’ve navigated the ups and downs of chronic…
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Cheryl and Dr. Amigues touch upon the significance of accurately diagnosing RA and the potential for misdiagnosis, especially as this influences the ability to receive appropriate care. They give valuable insight into the journey of living with RA, and bring a positive perspective that thriving can be possible through effective medical intervention…
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Emily explains what post-exertional malaise is, and highlights the challenges associated with diagnosing and managing ME/CFS. Emily emphasizes the need for personalized care and the critical role of patients in advocating for their own health. This conversation underscores the significance of creating strong support networks for people living with …
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Cheryl and Brianna discuss the challenges and the benefits of sharing your chronic illness story publicly on social media, including how they deal with both positive and negative feedback from a growing audience. They also discuss the positive impact of finding support and inspiration online. Brianna shares her involvement with the Arthritis Founda…
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Summary: Cheryl and Tyra delve into Tyra's unique journey as a Black woman living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and her inspiring efforts to create a documentary about her experiences. Tyra, an actress and filmmaker, shared how her struggle with RA led her to embark on the documentary project. She discussed the challenges of living with chronic pa…
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Summary: Chery and Laura discuss the importance of connecting with others in the autoimmune community to create a sense of belonging and empowerment. They delve into the diverse offerings at the Autoimmune Association’s upcoming event: the Autoimmune Community Summit. This includes sessions on managing pain and fatigue, communicating with healthcar…
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Episode summary Rheumatologist Dr. Buckner emphasizes the importance of early diagnosis and reassures patients that, although there might not be a cure yet, advancements in treatments have significantly improved the quality of life for individuals with autoimmune diseases. She highlights the crucial role of patients in research partnerships, where …
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Summary: Nikita shares her personal journey of acceptance, self-compassion, and finding her center while navigating multiple conditions, including endometriosis, fibromyalgia, and Hashimoto’s. Their conversation delves into the power of mindset in managing chronic pain, the significance of self-love, and the need to let go of self-blame. Cheryl and…
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Episode at a glance: Navigating Diagnosis and Treatment: Stella shares her journey of being diagnosed with axial spondyloarthritis at a young age and the challenges of finding effective treatments. Cheryl emphasizes the importance of advocating for oneself and seeking alternatives if a treatment is not the right fit. Using Mobility Aids and Devices…
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Episode at a glance: Relation to autoimmune arthritis: Dr. Furlan is a physician at a pain clinic, a scientist at the rehab institute, and assistant faculty at the University of Toronto. She is a physiatrist who specializes in pain. Understanding Pain: Dr. Furlan explains how pain science is continually advancing and more information about how the …
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Episode Summary: 🛑Trigger warning: discussion of eating disorders (I did not have one but was accused of lying about causing my weight loss and hiding an ED) 🛑 In this episode, my parents and I share our memories of my diagnosis story, which covers roughly 2001-2004.This includes a discussion about the profound confusion we all experienced when I w…
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Join Drs Stanley Cohen and Joseph Merola as they discuss their real-world experience running combined rheum-derm clinics for psoriatic arthritis. Listen in to hear what they consider the key to success in private practice clinics. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984273)…
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You are not alone. In this episode, host Cheryl Crow and Rheum to THRIVE Graduate Katie Searfross discuss how to find a realistic sense of hope when coping with multiple fluctuating, complex chronic illnesses that are sometimes out of our control. Katie shares how she copes and finds ways to hold on to moments of joy even when her symptoms of Refle…
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Jenni shares how her symptoms were initially dismissed before she got diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. She then got her diagnosis and experienced a rare medication side effect: medically induced pustular psoriasis. Through it all, she also balanced being a mom, wife and friend. In this episode Jenni shares how she learned the importance of soci…
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Join Drs Stanley Cohen and Jonathan Kay as they discuss biosimilars in PsA, which will hit the US market this summer. They cover everything from working with your pharmacy to counseling patients. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984272). The topics and discussions are pl…
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Episode at a glance: What is a naturopathic doctor? Naturopathic doctors use a holistic approach to patient care. They often include nutrition, mind-body medicine, exercise, and natural approaches to their treatment. Naturopathic doctors must take professional board exams in order to be licensed to practice. Mymee: Mymee aims for personalized care …
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In this episode, host Cheryl Crow and psychotherapist Timothy Weymann delve deep into the existential, philosophical questions that chronic illness poses. Is there hope without healing? Is it possible to “make peace with loss and change?” How on earth can you “access a sense of peace in the midst of ambiguity,” particularly when that ambiguity has …
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Drs Stanley Cohen and Philip Mease review the 2022 ACR meeting topics, including new treatments, trial data, and what they think are the most pressing unmet needs in the field. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984271). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, an…
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Kelly shares the long and winding road trialing medications and building her coping toolbox as she navigates an undetermined form of autoimmune arthritis. She shares what it’s like to work as a Speech-Language Pathologist while balancing her health needs, and reflects on the pros and cons of disclosing health information to coworkers. With advocacy…
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Content / trigger warning: mass shooting discussion Learning to thrive with chronic illness is a marathon, not a sprint. Cheryl and Gittel discuss coping through unlearning toxic positivity, confronting internalized ableism, getting social support and adapting though accommodations. Gittel shares what’s in her coping toolbox for life with ankylosin…
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Drs Stanley Cohen and Christopher Ritchlin discuss advances in basic research for psoriatic arthritis, including new research using a humanized mouse model, combination therapy trials, and more. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984269). The topics and discussions are pla…
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Summary: Psychologist Dr. Afton Hassett and Cheryl Crow, OT explore the neuroscience behind chronic pain and how its interconnection with fatigue, sleep, stress, and emotions may affect your experience of pain over time. Dr. Hassett is an Associate Professor and Director of Pain and Opioid Research in the Department of Anesthesiology at the Univers…
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Cheryl C. and Cheryl K. share key tools for thriving with arthritis, like finding ways to ask for help, developing health literacy, practicing self-compassion, and getting support. They also discuss the safety of modern medicine and how to balance it with complementary therapies to create an individualized plan for managing rheumatoid arthritis. Ad…
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Experts Stanley Cohen and Arthur Kavanaugh give busy clinicians a rundown of what's new and noteworthy in the 2021 GRAPPA guidelines update. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984267). The topics and discussions are planned, produced, and reviewed independently of the adve…
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Tune in to hear Drs Stanley Cohen and Alexis Ogdie dive into new research on switching vs cycling medications in caring for patients with psoriatic arthritis, tight control in axSpA, and more. Relevant disclosures can be found with the episode show notes on Medscape (https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/984265). The topics and discussions are plann…
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Dr. Wada and Cheryl delve into the connection between Sjogren’s and Rheumatoid Arthritis, discover what’s in Dr. Wada’s disease management toolkit, and share insights into living a full, vibrant life with chronic illness. Dr. Wada and Cheryl also share insights into how mental health can be affected by chronic illness, and reflect on how the “overa…
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Episode summary In this episode, occupational therapists Cheryl Crow & Hoang Tran go in depth on how and why the human hand is so complex, and how people with inflammatory arthritis can take good care of their hands to relieve hand pain and improve function. This episode includes an in depth exploration of what it’s like to see a hand therapist, wh…
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Clare and Cheryl share tips for how to cope with periods of no diagnosis or changing diagnosis. Clare also provides insights from her unique perspective as someone diagnosed with autism as an adult, soon after her myofascial pain syndrome diagnosis. Cheryl and Clare discuss the importance of perseverance in seeking help, building a personalized tre…
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