Juvenile Arthritis

There are several types of Juvenile Arthritis, the most common being Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA), but the commonality with all types is it is diagnosed in children under the age of 16. Other types include oligoarticular JRA, polyarticular arthritis or systemic JRA among others. Learn the unique symptoms of arthritis in children, which could be pain, fever, rash or swelling. Read articles on the nature of the disease, treatment and remission, support and resources for kids and parents.
 

Learn all About Rheumatoid Arthritis in Children

Arthritis in children? This can be confusing and unexpected. Normally, arthritis is associated with old age or athletes who have injured their joints. However, rheumatoid arthritis in children does exist. If you suspect your child to be suffering from this condition, see your doctor immediately.