Our Services

At MOVE muscle, bone & joint health we work hard to support people like yourself who live with, or are at risk of developing, muscle, bone and joint conditions. Here is just a snapshot of our many programs and services, with links to more detailed information.   

Community Education

We run a large range of seminars, webinars and classes to suit your needs. Learn more about managing your condition, take part in Nordic walking and tai chi classes, hear from experts about important workplace issues and much more. Find out about our upcoming events here.

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Community Speakers Program

Our trained volunteer speakers are available to speak to your community group about arthritis and common musculoskeletal conditions, practical ways you can manage your condition and about the services available at MOVE. Many of our speakers are living with musculoskeletal conditions themselves and have the understanding that comes from firsthand experience. Our community speakers can also work with interpreters. Find out more about this program.

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Help Line

Our Help Line is staffed by clinically trained nurses and experienced volunteers. Most of our volunteers live with a chronic musculoskeletal condition, and while both offer something different, our nurses and volunteers together offer a shoulder to lean on.

Contact the Help Line weekdays on 1800 263 265. 

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Peer Support Groups

We have a network of more than 65 Peer Support Groups across Victoria who can provide an opportunity for members to share advice, information, encouragement, experiences and self management strategies. Find your nearest group here

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Professional and Peer Leader Training  

Our training programs are conducted by health educators who hold Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.  The health educators who conduct our Tai Chi for Arthritis leader training and update programs are registered as Master Trainers with respective accrediting organisations. If you are working for professional development points, many of our training programs are accredited by Kinect Australia and professional development points are awarded on completion of the training program. To see the range of Peer Leader and Professional Development courses we run, click here.

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Research is essential to the successful promotion and protection of health and wellbeing, and provides a benchmark for effective health and social care services. We are committed to enhancing the contribution of research into musculoskeletal health  Learn more about our work in research.

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Resources to Download

We have a large range of information sheets, brochures and booklets that offer clear, easy to read information on a range of musculoskeletal conditions and management options. You can download these or you can receive a copy by contacting the Help Line on 1800 263 265. Click here to access these resources.

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Update Magazine

Our magazine for member’s features news about our programs, courses, events and resources, tips on managing your musculoskeletal condition and other helpful information.  

Youth and Family Services

More than 1 in 1000 children have juvenile idiopathic arthritis. We have a range of information resources available to assist families affected by juvenile idiopathic arthritis and provide support, including our family fun days and information sessions, to help them deal with the specific challenges they face. For more information about these services, click here.

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Move - muscle, bone and joint health, the new voice of Arthritis Victoria

Welcome to MOVE muscle, bone & joint health, the new voice of Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria.

We may have a new name but since 1968 we have been the leading provider of supported solutions and trusted knowledge to the one-in-three Australians who live with these conditions.

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