For members living with different forms of arthritis to support one another. Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Osteoarthritis... all are welcome. Commiserate with community, see noteworthy news articles, and compare notes with others who are living with the same type of pain as you. Hopefully, with a little help and support from our friends, we can achieve greater quality of life!
This is a more general support group for members living with chronic back pain, neck pain, or conditions such as osteoarthritis or inflammatory arthritis. Tips and tricks for pain management may be shared. Adaptive mobility aids and other products may be shared or recommended. Content including home exercises and dietary changes may be shared as well.
For peeps who are trying to live their life with DDD. Talk with others about their experiences pre- and post-op, learn ways to manage the pain that comes with DDD, and support one another along the way.
If you live with herniated spinal discs and have had or plan to have surgery such as discectomies, this group is for you. Support one another and talk about expectations, coping skills, and different treatment options.
This is for individuals who have been struggling to find answers for the causes of their chronic back pain and other symptoms related to mobility and the spine. Ideally, members will offer support and commiserate, share stories of their experiences, and perhaps help group members think of things to ask of their medical providers and caregivers.
For members living with different forms of Spondylolisthesis: Congenital, Degenerative, Traumatic, Isthmicspondylolisthesis, Pathological, or Post-surgical, this is the group to join. Talk with others about their experiences, learn ways to manage the pain, and support one another along your journey.
Love being part of a community that makes me feel like I am not alone.
Dealt with back pain the past 10 years. Finally getting back to activities that I love. SpineNation has helped me learn and connect with the right info I need to manage my issues.
I am so grateful to have found SpineNation. Living with chronic back pain has been physically and emotionally debilitating. Hearing from other “pain warriors” gave me the confidence to move ahead with surgery. This is because SpineNation members share their stories and give advice and suggestions coming from a place of experience. I received suggestions for home equipment as well as post-surgery items to make life a little easier. Thank you for keeping the information flowing and maintaining this essential community.