Margaret Hills developed arthritis as a young woman, but was determined not to let it rule her life. She devised natural methods to cure herself, and over the years helped thousands overcome their arthritis through her work and her bestselling books, including Treating Arthritis - The drub free way.
If you suffer from arthritis, it's all too easy to let pain and restricted movement become a way of life. With Margaret Hills' methods, you can make arthritis a thing of the past, and she and Janet Horwood show how you can regain your fitness, mobility and independence.
Margaret Hills and Janet Horwood offer a new lease of life
to anyone who suffers from arthritis, with a programme of gentle exercise, essential information about how to exercise safely and advice about how to make activity part of your life.
Margaret Hills, SRN, was born in Ireland in 1925, and trained as a nurse at St Stephen's Hospital in London, until her training was cut short by crippling heart disease and arthritis. Against all the odds she fought back, and went on to marry, have eight children and continue her radical new treatment for arthritis through her clinic. She has written several best-selling books based on her experience: Treating Arthritis - The Drug-Free Way, Treating Arthritis Exercise Book and Cider Vinegar all published by Sheldon Press.
Janet Horwood is health editor of Woman's Weekly magazine and has a particular interest in health matters. She is the author of several books including Comfort for Depression. She is married with three children and lives in Kent.