My Arthritis App

We want to make life with arthritis easier, by giving you the resources you need to self-manage symptoms such as pain. Our arthritis management app offers engaging and effective learning and communication tools, to support you in your journey towards living well.

Living with Arthritis

We are here to help at whatever stage you’re in on your journey.

Onset of Arthritis Symptoms

If you haven’t had a diagnosis but think you might have arthritis, we encourage you to speak to your GP.

With the My Arthritis app, you can begin to understand patterns in your symptoms and how they are linked to factors such as stress, diet and exercise.

Recently diagnosed with Arthritis

Support when you are first diagnosed makes life a lot easier.

We hope to build your knowledge and confidence, as you begin your journey in managing arthritis.

Adapting your Lifestyle

We understand that living with symptoms such as pain can be difficult.

Through the My Arthritis app, we aim to help you manage your symptoms and build habits that work to improve your health and well being.

Staying Well

We know that feeling well is not just a short term goal.

Our app offers engaging tools and advice to help you build habits for your health and happiness in the long term.

Coping with Symptoms

We know that some days are worse than others.

We want to help you cope with your arthritis symptoms, so you can live the life that you want to.

Personalised digital therapy

Going about your day with confidence is made easier with the personalised insights and support that our arthritis app provides you with.


Use our arthritis tracker to monitor your physical and mental wellbeing, sleep and stress levels, as well as your day-to-day medications and appointments.


Use our courses and library to learn how to balance your lifestyle and manage your arthritis symptoms.


Use the app regularly, to manage your day-to-day life and wellbeing, and feel better long-term.

Partner hospitals

Our platforms are co-created with 2 London hospitals.

Comprehensive arthritis management

By prioritising the management of your arthritis, you will improve your overall health and well being, while feeling more confident and in control of your future.

How are you feeling?

Your mood, sleep, diet, stress, exercise, and pain levels are all factors that can change from day to day.

Tracking how you feel daily will help you discover patterns in your overall health and wellbeing.

Reports, goals, and milestones

Through tracking on our app, you can receive personalised feedback on how your journey with arthritis is going, and suggestions on how you can reach your goals.

Learn from expert coaches & therapists

Our library of arthritis support seeks to keep you informed and inspired to improve your quality of life.

Reminders & notifications to manage your arthritis medication and appointments

Let our My Arthritis app take care of your medication and appointments schedule to build consistency in your day to day.

Push notifications will be sent out for reminders, but also for content, courses, and daily updates relevant to managing your arthritis.


Inflammatory arthritis specific courses to sustainably boost short term wellbeing & establish long term behaviours





Learn about your wellbeing and how to improve it with Yeliz


Understand your medication better and improve your habits with Jon and Alison.

Living with Symptoms

Learn techniques to help you better cope with chronic symptoms with Yeliz.

The experts behind our arthritis app course content

A bit more about the amazing people who have curated our in-app course content.


Dr. Yeliz Prior

Clinical Therapist

Yeliz is a clinical therapist and researcher specialising in behaviour change interventions for the management of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases.

She is also Vice President for British Society for Rheumatology and was diagnosed with arthritis at a very early age. Yeliz is trained in Cognitive Behavioural and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy approaches.


Dr. Jonathan Marks

Consultant Rheumatologist

Dr. Marks is Consultant Rheumatologist at Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Trust, has a specific interest in digital care for those with inflammatory arthritis.


Alison Kent

Rheumatology Specialist Nurse

Alison Kent has been a Rheumatology Specialist Nurse for more than 25 years and is also a trained Health Coach.

She also lives with rheumatoid arthritis and is committed to helping others to improve their quality of life and self-management of their condition.

Living with symptoms

Dr. Whitney Scott

Clinical psychologist

Dr. Whitney Scott is a clinical psychologist who has spent over 12 years working to understand chronic symptoms and their management.

For the last 6 years, she has been conducting research into Acceptance and Commitment therapy and using it to improve the lives of people with pain and fatigue.

My Arthritis success stories

“My Arthritis has completely changed the way I take care of myself. I’ve come a long way since diagnosis.”

Jane, My Arthritis user



Is the My Arthritis app available in my country?

The My Arthritis app is available to download and use worldwide! However, we are only signing up hospitals in the UK at the moment and therefore specific hospital-related features would not work for you outside of the UK. Let us know where you're based and we'll let you know when we start rolling out there.


Can I track other conditions?

The app doesn't currently support co-morbidities. We currently have separate apps for arthritis and IBD and there are other apps in the pipeline.


Is the idea to replace appointments entirely?

No, you will still need to see your clinical team from time to time, especially when you're feeling unwell. You can decide what is best for you by checking in with your clinical team.


I didn't get my welcome email!

We're sorry about that! Send us an email at and we'll help you get started.


What happens if I report an arthritis flare through the app?

If your hospital is signed up and you report a flare, we'll send your report to your hospital team. In general they will get back to you in 1-2 days, or in line with their helpline response times if they need more information from you.


Are my team checking the messages I send?

Your team should be checking the messages you send. They won't always reply, but if you're concerned and you'd like us to check in with them, let us know by emailing so that we can look into it for you.


I'm not receiving my notifications, what can I do?

If you're using our Android app, the chances are that your phone has closed the app in the background, which prevents notifications from getting through. You can fix this by going to Settings > Apps > My Arthritis > Battery Optimisation > Select All Apps > Toggle off My Arthritis. Alternatively, just log out and back into our app and use the pop up you'll see to take you to the Battery Optimisation page!


Can I use the My Arthritis app while I'm travelling?

Yes, definitely. Keep in mind that as with all apps, your mobile operator may charge you for the use of data.


Can I share my information with my GP?

Yes, you can share your data with anyone you choose via email. Go to My Team in the menu and tap on the Email Now button at the top.


What happens if I change hospitals?

If your care is transferred to another hospital, you can continue to use the app by choosing your new hospital from the list in the My Team section of the app, then logging out and back in again. Please note that the app will update according to whether your hospital is signed up or not.

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