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Arthritis Foundation 021416
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALICE IVIE WITH ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION, CATHY BURGESS, AN ARTHRITIS PATIENT AND WALK HONOREE, AND GRACE BURGESS, DAUGHTER OF CATHY, ABOUT WHAT ARTHRITIS IS, HOW IT EFFECTS THE INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY, AND THE ARTHRITIS WALK IN VANCOUVER IN MAY.
the on the show this time we're going to be talking about arthritis . And no arthritis affects adults. Children and the entire family. I'd like to welcome Ellis I'd be with the Arthritis Foundation also Kathy Burgess may Cooper walk to cure arthritis . But don't honoree and Kathy daughter grace and Episcopalians and and I did so well also it's first it's true if you tell us about the Arthritis Foundation. Sure thing and well at the actress and nation we consider ourselves a champions of yes. As we are leading the fights for the your trays community and we are here to help conquer earth right yes I am one and five people live with arthritis . And it's got knocked out as the number one cause of disability in the country. And so we're here to fight for those people to help them win back there yes is in the lives and to help them continue to move forward. One in five yes while music is arthritis on the runs. I wouldn't say it's on the rise I feel like it's more well diagnosed. And so were able to identify sooner. Get people the correct diagnosis and able to start treatment and so it might not be on the rise it's just been identified that are the so. That's why it might see Mike Price tell us about arthritis in general look and what is arthritis in my in. May be hosted diagnosed. So. Our stress. Is basically inflammation of joints. I'm inflation of the body and there are more than 100 forms of arthritis and different related diseases. Am in limits physical activity. And it's they can actually. Affect your joints any muscle they can affect your eyes and your internal organs as well. Well that's on the I didn't know we have we think of arthritis who think of your hands may write your other bones and joints even think of and to organize the right because there's arthritis that is an autoimmune disease and that's where it does truly impact the internal organs and your eyes as well. It's all arthritis no immune disease. There's. Different types of arthritis so now a some of it is strictly focused around the joints like and osteoarthritis that is more aware and terror arthritis . And man. Paris rheumatoid arthritis . Juvenile arthritis you VI NS. So many different types of arthritis yet there's one fact at a site. Do your present assuming his arthritis in children and possible do not think of children having her fairness when I think about some with actress. But in fact one and 250. Children live with arthritis in the country. I am. That's a lot of children in. And since they can be diagnosed as early ads when you salt. Insists it can really impact their joints in the way that they devote one that the way that they grow and but we talked about earlier this city get diagnosed about your treatment path and the better your recovery and and moving forward we'll be. And so two thirds of people with arthritis are under the age of 65. I'm I've met children who have been diagnosed as early as one years old. And some
lives that they want to. Well sort of Richmond facility that has arthritis . Having their life as it is a diet is an exercise is a medication is all that. I would say each person's
that's living with our threat is correct yes I have had rheumatoid arthritis for eight years I was diagnosed early on. I am in my disease but then going to a natural path. When looking at my childhood. She even says at that point I'm most likely had to. The arthritis early on because I constantly come home with a late pains from sleepovers and we always just thought that was growing pains.
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation 012416
AN INTERVIEW WITH KRISTEN BAXTER FROM CCFA, DR. DAVID GRUNKEMEIER, GASTROENTEROLOGIST WITH THE OREGON CLINIC, AND BRETT LICHTENTHALER, A PATIENT, ABOUT WHAT CROHN’S & COLITIS IS, HOW IT EFFECTS INDIVIDUALS, AND THE WORK THE CROHN’S & COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA DOES.
that active inflammation. And put it into remission. But if you have arthritis or go to or other inflammatory conditions in the body psoriasis is on often works for that too is just a very
NW School of Animal Massage 122715
AN INTERVIEW WITH LOLA MICHELIN, DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION AT THE NW SCHOOL OF ANIMAL MASSAGE ABOUT ANIMAL MASSAGE, THE SCHOOL, AND THE WORK THEY DO WITH OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY.
help her with some of the age related conditions like I have arthritis and also T relief for boredom for a lot of odd animals it's about. Relieving restlessness or boredom. I would imagine that
before you know working with some older dogs may be. Because of arthritis or stiffness they can't get up on the furniture that can't get in bed. And then after a massage they might move
Oregon College Of Oriental Medicine 101815
AN INTERVIEW WITH BETH HOWLETT, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE OREGON COLLEGE OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, ABOUT WHAT ORIENTAL MEDICINE IS AND HOW IT’S USED IN ASIA AND THE U.S.
wouldn't necessarily recommend that. That being said for post operative pain and pain management we have really cover World Bank. There's an opiate Craig different country meant plenty of people that's the gateway where it starts
out how to. Open up options for them to do post surgical pain management not just using open its. The change gears just a little bit and talk about maybe some delisting has an interest in
Hemophilia Foundation of Oregon 061415
AN INTERVIEW WITH MADONNA MCGUIRE SMITH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH THE HEMOPHILIA FOUNDaTION OF OREGON, ABOUT BLEEDING DISORDERS, THE CAUSES, THE WORK HFO DOES, AND ABOUT THEIR BENEFIT WALK ON JUNE 27.
calcium buildup and as a may have early onset. I feel present arthritis filler. You know things that go along and what Foley would normally consider aging happens much earlier with people with sleep disorders.
Arthritis Foundation 051015
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALICE IVIE, DEVELOPMENT MANAGER FOR THE ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AND ALICE MINDAK, ADULT HONOREE WITH THE VANCOUVER WALK TO CURE ARTHRITIS , ABOUT THE WORK THE FOUNDATION DOES AND ALL ABOUT THE WALK TO RAISE AWARENESS AND FUNDS.
and Entercom radio Portland public affairs program my name's Gary blocks of arthritis is very common but is not well understood actually arthritis is not a single disease it's an informal way of referring to joint pain or joint disease. There are more than 100 different types of arthritis and related conditions. People of all ages sexes races can have and do have arthritis and it's the leading cause of disability in America nearly 53 million adults and 300000 children helped some type of arthritis in its most common in women and occurs more frequently as people get older than just a monitored scope we're gonna find out more about arthritis and the way you can help out. I like to welcome Alice IB development manager for the arthritis Foundation's. And l.'s min dec adult honoree for the Vancouver walk to cure arthritis to make this go pie ladies I can't wait for had a knack for absolutely so tell us about the Arthritis Foundation how will that I wanna say first is the first time I've ever interviewed two people limitless. So like I'm. And going to try to keep Bolton you've straights we know which Ellison speaking to that. Star Dallas I AB I can't tell us about the Arthritis Foundation and the work that you do. Sarah I'm Bob your grace foundation was founded in 1948. And we are these. National health agency that's dedicated to finding the cost care progression. And treatments for the more than 100 DREAM Act dramatic diseases which are classified as our dresses Aaron. Arthritis is a leading cause of disability. And it causes very unacceptable pain and Robson won an average private doubts and through 2000
silly word up he has so unfortunately children are also affected by arthritis and it's. There are actually over 300000 children living with a arthritis and the United States. Two thirds of people about how arthritis are under the age of 65. So it's not just a disease of old aged children are affected they can be diagnosed as early ads I've heard stories from eighteen months and they live with arthritis just like an older person dies and they have to live with the pain of that and it's very challenging as a child because. They're unable to communicate as clearly. And to express themselves and each getting a diagnosis when you're about smallest challenging so part of what we're doing NASA foundation is to try to get. They care more readily available in all over the country so that someone. With arthritis can be diagnosed sooner get them on the path to treatment sooner. So that's they aren't living with that debilitating pain as long as they have as. Children sometimes arm. I can imagine being a parent you maybe don't understand what's going on some guy the that college is probably very powerful and pray for them the gas and I've spoken to many parents of children of arthritis and they say that's one of the most challenging things is just too. Identify that their child has arthritis . You wake up and see. The child has a soul and meet our swollen ankle that they fault that they pump themselves
path for treatment so that they're liars are not as impacted. With arthritis who. Thanksgiving Day introduced cells mean that there would tell us you've been living with her through this is a correct. Yes sir. I was died actually speaking of children IE. Came down went arthritis when I was fourteen. But I wasn't properly diagnosed until I was twenty while so Luke. Unfortunately. Mare. I have a lot
Hemophilia Of Oregon
An interview with Madonna McGuire Smith, development and events director for Hemophilia Foundation Of Oregon, about blood disorders, their fundraising/awareness walk and run, and camps for kids.
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A discussion with Alice Ivie, development manager with the Arthritis Foundation about the disease and their fundraising walk on May 17 2014.
Gary and today on microscope we're going to be talking about the Arthritis Foundation. The Arthritis Foundation is the largest national nonprofit organization solely dedicated to prevention and control and the cure arthritis . The nation's leading cause of disability I'd like to welcome to program Alice ivy she's a development manager for the Arthritis Foundation -- else. -- the Arthritis Foundation due to also little bit about what -- says. Absolutely. Arthritis is -- complex family of musculoskeletal. Disorders with many houses that are not yet fully understood and so far there aren't any
of disability in the station. And those could be cases of extreme arthritis or -- her friends are there or their varying degrees of arthritis and there are and what those numbers consistent anyone who was doctor diagnosed with our rights. Bull one of the symptoms of arthritis the symptoms include pain stiffness inflammation. Damage to your joints -- solely to weakness and stability. And sometimes it can show as a visible deformity that I am honored giant. And -- interfere -- it's daily tasks something as simple as walking or tech beat her cooking or even caring for a loved one can be impacted by arthritis . Two people have arthritis and not really as they have arthritis . Think no I -- a little pain in. My angle sometimes suck at actually that's a great question I think sometimes ask people do because they just associate it with. Like a growing pain or they bump some sane current patent. What I -- pertain -- towards the children of arthritis . How we think that the children might just have a growing pains something that happens on their five but unfortunately sometimes it does mean that -- have developed arthritis . Think one thing that people don't couldn't necessarily think about -- our children with arthritis . Yeah I think it surprises most people. Fat kids do get arthritis TO and juvenile video traffic -- -- JIA. Is an autoimmune disease that's. Is that diagnosed if someone develops at the for the ages sixteen. And again involves the Sony and -- were -- that lasts at least six weeks and then progresses from there. But criticism is that joint disease -- happens in the joints is that correct that's cracked and. -- very painful. And -- and that's one thing now we're focused on its working toward the world free of arthritis pain. We wanna reduce staff for everybody are there any you hopeful cures out of their of course there's everything's hopeful but
and maintain that way. You mentioned the foundation -- talking about the Arthritis Foundation can you tell -- about the Arthritis Foundation. Absolutely the -- foundation was founded in 1948 so we've been around for almost sixty years. I remember dedicated to finding the cause care prevention and treatment. All of the over 100 dramatic diseases that are classified. As arthritis . We believe in a world free of arthritis pain and we're committed to raising awareness and reducing the impact -- -- this. I -- in our country and our world. There is a local or through this foundation indirect there as there is that office and for lunch. And sound we serve the U organ and -- -- Washington area. And how many patients deserve foundation team. We. Try to touch all the lives of people who are impacted arthritis so. Through many different facets and -- Through the walk to cure arthritis dirt jingle about Iran through our camp for children and arthritis and our public education forums. As well as our bike rides that we have we try to test shall. The lives of people who are impacted arthritis . And another way is that we provide information that goes into the doctor's offices so that everyone has the most up to
A discussion with Amanda Basom and Katie Riggs, both volunteers with the Preeclampsia Foundation, raising awareness about the disorder, and about their fundraising walk.
properly. And the defense transfer of pregnant woman be looking for are headache the swelling especially in the face and the hands. Visual disturbances blurred vision and certain that the draft abdominal pain. And they're
concern that led to delivery of my daughter was a very bad headache which they believed was swelling on the brain you know because antimatter swelling is that part of this disorder very often. And
A discussion with Alison Keane, the Executive Director of PaintCare Inc, about their paint recycling pilot program, their plans for the future, as the dangers of improperly disposed of paint.
look at all. At the back. Then issues. And put the -- pain management for architectural paint manufacturers just is really one of the number one issue out there and for quite a longtime -- -- she can work with individuals stayed dark. Local household account -- -- Program in order to try to find a solution and it wasn't until recently that so we started to embark on really what the pilot permanent -- but intended to be a national program which the paint your organization which is the new nonprofit organization dedicated specifically to -- -- pain management . So before we get into exactly how you guys are handling this issue. What is -- problem what what kind of damage