Dr Fiona Wilson focuses on harnessing exercise to manage symptoms and enhance well-being in inflammatory arthritis in this discussion.

Dr Wilson is a chartered physiotherapist and an associate professor in the School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin, where she is head of the discipline of physiotherapy. She has over 30 years of experience in clinical physiotherapy, teaching and research. Her research focuses on the role of exercise in pain and injury with a specific emphasis on back pain. She has published widely on the role of exercise and physical activity in managing pain and improving well-being in inflammatory arthritis. Combining her clinical experience and research findings she has a passion for designing exercise and activity programmes that can make a meaningful contribution to improving the life of people with arthritis.