If you’re shopping for an arthritis sufferer that wants to find ways to make their life easier or alternative treatments to manage their pain, then why not buy them a gift that can help.
Our list of the 26 most thoughtful arthritis gifts
1. iReliev Wireless Hand & Wrist Massager
A truly ‘handy’ gadget!
Gift your someone special this Hand and Wrist Compression Massager from iReliev.
Better known for their range of market-leading TENS units, this clever device is perfect for anyone suffering from arthritic pain in the hands or wrists.
All they need to do is slip a hand inside the soft chamber and air bladders will inflate and deflate to deliver a compression massage.
They can choose from two different massage modes, adjust the intensity and switch on the optional heat setting to further their relaxation.
Shoppers with arthritis highly rated the massager feeling that it offered them some real relief from their pain.
2. Mission Farms Relieve CBD Cream
Relax painful muscles with CBD
More work needs to be done, but early indications show how beneficial CBD oil can be for those living with the pain of arthritis.
However with so many different CBD products on the market, it can be difficult to know which one to choose.
Mission Farms Relieve Cream is the gold standard of CBD products.
It contains 300mg of CBD, not simply a trace as you’ll find with many competing products.
Mission Farms are proud to grow the happiest hemp! Using no chemicals or pesticides, they rely on the glorious Oregon sunshine and water from the local river.
Plus this cream contains goat’s milk which soaks into the skin and delivers CBD right to the joint, helping to reduce the pain and inflammation caused by arthritis.
The packaging looks good too, making it a wonderful gift for someone looking for ways to manage daily pain.
3. Lavender Aromatherapy Sleep Mask
The gift of a great night’s sleep
Findings from the Arthritis Foundation show that as many as 80% of people with arthritis struggle to sleep.
When your loved one slips on their handmade aromatherapy mask, they might find it a little easier.
Created from a silky, soft fabric, the mask is scented with lavender and filled with dry lavender buds – a powerful scent for preparing both body and mind for slumber!
4. PenAgain ErgoSof Pen
A pen that’s comfortable to hold
For someone with arthritis in their hands, something as simple as writing a shopping list can be challenging.
This clever tool from PenAgain is designed to make things easier.
With a Y formation, their fingers won’t slip as they might with a standard pen. Plus there is no separate cap to lose and it’s more comfortable with a soft-touch coating.
Those who purchased the pen found it much more comfortable to use, allowing them to write for long periods without worrying about their pain.
5. Echo Pop
A smart speaker to help around the house
Plug in the Echo Pop to help on those days when simply moving around the house feels too much.
This latest version of the device, allows the user to play music, hear the news, ask questions and check the weather using just their voice.
Add a smart bulb or plug to your cart, and it’ll allow them to use the Echo Pop to control their lights and appliances without ever leaving their seat.
If it’s your dad you’re searching for, then this can be a unique gift idea for Father’s Day.
6. Vive Foam Tubing (9 Pack)
Improve their grip with this simple tool
Simple tasks in life like brushing your teeth or writing a note can be so much more difficult if you live with arthritis.
This pack of foam tubing makes a great little stocking stuffer, as it allows the recipient to enjoy a more secure grip.
Whether it’s cutlery or a pen, they can slip it inside the tubing and they’ll have more control without having to struggle.
You get 9 pieces of foam tubing in the pack that you can cut to length, with three different diameters to fit a variety of items.
People with arthritis love this tubing, describing how easy it is to cut so they can use it in a variety of different ways.
7. Hyperice X
Innovation for knee osteoarthritis
Show pain and inflammation in your knee who’s boss with this innovative Hyperice device.
Even if you’ve used hot and cold therapy before, you won’t have used it quite like this.
Slip on the Hyperice X and use the comfortable straps to position the tool in place.
Within seconds you can enjoy soothing heat or ice cold relief, all controlled easily through the Hyperice app.
The device is rechargeable, allowing you to move around freely as you enjoy your treatment.
8. Lyapko Acupressure Ball
Acupressure therapy in the palm of your hand
Here at The Good Body we spoke to someone with rheumatoid arthritis in her hands (and Raynaud’s disease) who uses an acupressure ball daily.
She reported that it noticeably reduces swelling in her fingers, and offers relief from the pain in her hands at the end of a busy day.
This spiky little gift is covered in 656 metal points and can be rolled around the hands, or used anywhere else on the body that needs relief.
It can loosen tight muscles and also trigge
9. Yoga for Arthritis: The Complete Guide by Loren Fishman and Ellen Saltonstall
Embrace the healing power of yoga practice
Practicing yoga has endless benefits, particularly for those suffering from osteoarthritis.
In this book experienced clinicians Loren Fishman and Ellen Saltonstall demonstrate how yoga poses can be performed safely, whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced yogi.
They also offer clever adaptations of poses to help provide relief from the pain associated with arthritis.
Those who had begun reading the Yoga for Arthritis book felt that the illustrations inside really helped to guide them through the poses. The fact it was broken down in to joints made it even more accessible.
Some readers did feel that a little prior knowledge of yoga would be helpful before beginning, so it would make a great gift for a yogi looking to adapt their regular practice for their condition.
10. Secura Electric Wine Opener with Foil Cutter, Automatic Corkscrew and Foil Remover
Help someone open their wine in seconds!
If your loved one suffers with arthritis in the hands then opening a bottle of wine can be really difficult.
Secura’s Electric Wine Opener solves that problem. Just push a button and this nifty device will remove the cork in just a few seconds. It also includes a foil cutter and remover so they don’t have to struggle with that either.
You can open up to 30 bottles before it needs recharging, plus with such a compact and contemporary design it’ll look good and not take up too much space in their kitchen.
Users with arthritis love how they can now get in to their wine with little or no effort.
11. Able Life Auto Cane
Get in and out of the car with ease
Another daily task that can be tricky for people with arthritis, is getting in and out of the car.
This simple tool from Able Life can be kept in your glovebox or bag. Hook the metal cane on the door striker or latch, and use it to lever yourself in and out the car.
Able to support the weight of a person up to 300lbs, it’s strong and doesn’t require any modifications to the car.
Available in multiple colors, it’s a useful and affordable little stocking stuffer that could make a big difference to the life of your loved one.
People were initially a little skeptical about how strong the tool could be, then after using it described how it “didn’t budge a bit”!
12. Green Tea Sampler from adagio Teas
A hot steaming cup of pain relief
There are a number of teas that are shown to have benefits for people with arthritis, and green tea is one of them!
Green tea has strong anti-inflammatory properties, so it’s considered to be effective in reducing the inflammation caused by arthritis.
However don’t pour your loved one just a standard cup of green tea, when they could savor a cup of adagio tea.
Inside this box you’ll find 12 of their best-selling green teas. Savor refreshing and sweet aromas as well as nutty and zesty flavors.
Each portion has been measured out for an easy one cup loose tea experience, so the recipient can find their perfect blend.
Tea lovers appreciated the chance to try different flavors without having to invest in a huge batch, and felt it had really helped them to refine their green tea preferences.
13. Thermoskin Premium Arthritic Glove
Wearable relief from daily pain and swelling
Pain in the hands can be typical of arthritis, particularly rheumatoid arthritis. Thermoskin Premium Arthritic Gloves can help with the daily pain.
Their soft inner lining helps to increase circulation and generates heat within the hand.
With pain and swelling in the hands it can be difficult to grip, luckily these clever gloves have a textured finish so they can help with that too.
You can wear the Thermoskin gloves as little or as often as you like as the material is breathable.
What makes them more impressive and even handier is that your fingertips are still in action so you can do daily tasks more easily.
14. Vive Sock Aid
A must-have gadget for anyone with arthritis
Treat someone you love to the Vive Sock Aid, and make the tricky task of putting on their socks each morning a little bit easier.
Pop your sock or stockings on the slip-resistant cuff then use the handles to lift it up your leg.
The length of the cord can be adjusted to suit people of different heights and the handle is soft to allow you to get a good grip.
Users of the sock slider couldn’t believe how easy it was to use, and how they could finally stop avoiding getting in to awkward positions just to be able to put their socks on!
15. iReliev Weighted Heating Pad
King-size comfort where it’s needed
Early research has shown that weighted blankets offer some benefits to people with arthritis and we know that heat is great for the condition…
So why not combine both by wrapping up this iReliev Weighted Heating Pad.
The light weights inside the super soft cover allow the user to apply heat more effectively, wherever they want to use it on their body.
It’s a great alternative approach for pain management helping to soothe muscle aches and stiff joints.
Described by the manufacturer as offering king-size comfort it’s large enough to treat your back, legs and arms.
16. RMS Deluxe 28″ Long Dressing Stick – Dressing Aid for Shoes, Socks, Shirts and Pants
Don’t struggle with zips and hooks!
A practical item for anyone with arthritis that limits their range of motion, is the RMS Deluxe 28″ Long Dressing Stick.
It’s such a handy tool for putting clothes on as well as shoes and socks.
On one end is a push / pull hook for general clothing and shoe assistance, with the opposite end being “C” shaped for fastening shoe laces and pulling up zips.
Users loved the lightweight nature of this long dressing stick but commented that it still felt durable.
It might seem like a simple gift, but don’t underestimate the impact of it, as reviewers appreciated the ability to be able to get dressed much quicker than they had done previously.
17. Self-Care: A Day and Night Reflection Journal
Encourage someone to live a more mindful life
Buying a self-care gift for someone living with arthritis is a great idea, as it helps them find different ways to cope with their condition.
Journaling is shown to be particularly positive for helping people living with chronic pain, as it can be a way to address difficult feelings.
This guided mindfulness journal encourages the writer to set intentions for the day, and make time for relaxing activities such as cooking or creative work.
At the end of the day writers can then reflect, recognizing what was hard and stressful, as well as the kind things they did for themselves.
Those looking for an anxiety journal loved this book, as it helped them to calm their thoughts, while acting as a reminder about the importance of living mindfully.
18. Roborock Q5 Robot Vacuum Cleaner
A little robotic helper!
Keeping the house clean can be challenging when you’re one of the many people living with chronic pain.
Wrap up this robotic vacuum cleaner and they’ll know that one job is taken care of!
It’s super quiet so it can do its work without you even knowing that it’s there. Plus you can set the route, including areas to avoid using 3D mapping within the app.
The device is capable of cleaning consistently for 180 minutes on carpets or hard floors, before it returns itself for a quick recharge!
19. Karite Paraffin Wax Bath
Dip their hands in hot wax
Asking someone with arthritis to place their hands in hot wax might not seem like a good way to deal with daily pain.
However research shows it works!
Paraffin wax acts like heat therapy relaxing the muscles and reducing joint stiffness — while also making your hands super soft.
This kit from Karite gives them everything they need to get started.
You get the wax warmer, plenty of lavender paraffin wax as well as mitts to wear after the treatment to improve absorption.
Arthritis warriors raved about this one! They couldn’t believe how much it relieved their daily discomfort.
20. NutriChef Hot Water Urn Pot
Overcome a simple daily challenge
If you have arthritis in your hands and wrists then the simple daily task of lifting a kettle to make your morning coffee can be challenging.
With this NutriChef Hot Water Urn you always have hot water to hand.
Unlike other hot water urns which can be big and bulky, this has been purposefully designed to fit neatly on your kitchen worktop.
Plus it has a large water capacity so ideal for entertaining without the hassle.
Those who purchased the pot loved having hot water on hand, without having to wait for the boil of a kettle!
21. iReliev TENS Unit Pain Relief System
Pain relief treatment created for arthritis
TENS therapy can be a powerful pain relief tool for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis.
If you don’t know what TENS therapy is, essentially it’s a mild electrical current that’s administered through a TENS machine.
The pulses stimulate the nerves, interrupting the pain signals that are sent to the brain, reducing both chronic and acute pain.
iReliev’s Pain Relief System is a powerful and portable TENS unit, giving the user eight different pain relief programs to try.
One of the programs has been specifically created for arthritis.
It offers 25 adjustable intensity levels and a therapy timer, so your loved one has full control of their treatment.
22. Hello Fresh Gift Card
Give them the gift of a home-cooked meal
What could be better than the gift of a home-cooked meal?
Treat someone to a Hello Fresh gift card and they can choose the menu they’d like to enjoy that week.
All ingredients are fresh but also pre-measured saving the time and hassle of having to prepare each one.
They could choose Crispy Cajun Chicken Sandwiches, Cheesy Black Bean Tacos or One-Pot Italian Vegetable Soup.
With calorie-smart recipes, vegan options and plenty of easy prep meals, there’s something for everyone.
23. Urpower Essential Oil Diffuser
Fill the air with pain-relieving essential oils
There are a number of essential oils that have properties that can be so beneficial for people with arthritis.
Treat your someone special to this essential oil diffuser and they can fill the air with the pain-relieving scents!
With a large 1000ml capacity, it can go all day without you needing to refill it.
Just add in a few drops of your favorite scent and it will gently mist the fragrance into the air.
You’re also gifting them a new way to unwind, as the color changing light can create a relaxing ambience wherever they need it.
24. The Complete Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Beginners: A No-Stress Meal Plan with Easy Recipes to Heal the Immune System by Dorothy Calimeris and Lulu Cook
See the changes an anti-inflammatory diet could bring
Did you know that when some people eat certain foods, even healthy foods like tomatoes, it can create inflammation in their body?
The Arthritis Foundation recommend trying an anti-inflammatory diet if you’re suffering from rheumatoid arthritis in particular.
So the Complete Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Beginners book is a great gift for someone who is looking for natural ways to manage their condition.
This anti-inflammatory diet book contains easy to follow meal plans and 75 simple recipes recommended by nutritionist Lulu Cook.
Readers of the book loved how easy the plans were to follow and that they involve eating simple meals with good ingredients. They also felt that the book really educated them on making positive food choices.
25. Spafinder Gift Card
Give the ultimate gift of relaxation
Why not treat someone you love to a relaxing spa day?
Enjoying a spa day might not have been a luxury many of us could really enjoy this year, but why not treat them to something they can look forward to?
Buy a Spafinder gift card and they’ll have access to thousands of spas and fitness centers across the United States.
They could choose to enjoy a rejuvenating day at the spa, sample a new alternative therapy such as acupuncture or enjoy a relaxing massage.
If they decide they want something a little more indulgent they can use the voucher for hair and beauty treatments too, so maybe a haircut or fancy manicure.
Vouchers can be redeemed easily online for whatever relaxation means to them.
26. Koo-Care Large Flexible Gel Ice Pack & Wrap with Elastic Straps
Enjoy the relief of hot/cold therapy
Wearable relief, like the Koo-Care Flexible Gel Ice Pack and Wrap, is a wonderful gift for someone struggling with pain.
The sheer size of it means it stays hot or cold for longer, and is ideal if you want relief over a wide surface area.
To change from hot to cold you can easily pop it in the microwave or freezer depending on the relief you’re looking for.
Koo-Care’s flexible hot and cold wrap fits to your problem area easily thanks to the elasticated bands and straps, making it possible to wear it comfortably on your shoulder, knee or hip.
Plus it stays flexible even when cold meaning you can mold it around your body while enjoying the cool relief.
Treat someone to a little “me time”
Living with arthritis can leave some people feeling completely exhausted day to day.
If you’re still looking for gift inspiration, take a look at our list of relaxing self-care gift ideas to help them unwind.