We’ve continued our pledge to support you when it comes to taking care of your joints and musculoskeletal health this week, with plenty of new and exclusive articles, advice, recipes, videos and more on MyFFC for you to browse and engage with.
From one of our Exercise Therapists busting common myths around joint health on camera, to the first in our series of healthy recipes and cook-along videos, there’s a wide range of content available to help you on your #healthyjoints journey.
You can find all of our exclusive content on MyFFC by registering below and joining our Healthy Joints Group, or simply by searching for #healthyjoints.
Here are some of the highlights from week two:
Our Exercise Therapist, John Cox, busted some common myths around joint health in a short video on MyFFC. You can watch him explain whether there’s such a thing as a ‘slipped disc’, whether running really can wear your knees out and more by clicking here.
Elsewhere, we took a closer look at some of the key things you need to know about arthritis, including causes, signs, symptoms and possible treatments, with advice from our expert nursing team throughout. Click here to read the full article.
We also launched the first in our fortnightly series of healthy recipes and cook-along videos, with Health Improvement Lead, Dr Greg Lessons, sharing his tips to get the dish spot on. You can see a short teaser here, or scroll down to find out how to see the full video…
To watch the full video, and keep up with all our new ones in the coming weeks, click below:
And our Exercise Therapist, James Wilson, explained why regular activity is actually the best thing you can do for yourself if you’re struggling with joint pain. Click here to find out more.
Remember to keep an eye on our Healthy Joints Hub on the website too, where you’ll find all the links to the content in MyFFC:
Remember: you can keep up with all the latest updates, content and videos in our joints campaign by joining our Healthy Joints Group in MyFFC or searching for #HealthyJoints and following the topic. Anything new will appear there and you’ll also be updated when anything is added.