The Power of Animation on Facebook
Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis and causes joint pain, swelling and difficulties with day to day activities.
As part of a large multi-centre study, researchers from The University of Leeds are looking at a treatment to reduce the symptoms of knee pain. With an online form for people to fill out and clinical trials at Chapel Allerton Hospital, Creaky Knees are really trying to support people with Osteoarthritis so that the many people with the condition can control it with ease.
Here at Your Story we have helped spread the word on social media, creating a Facebook page and gaining a following to raise awareness of Arthritis and encourage people that have creaky joints to take the questionnaire and find a solution to their problem.
We created a video to give people an insight into what sort of things to be looking out for and how to get help.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of arthritis and causes joint pain, swelling and difficulties with day to day activities. Researchers at Chapel Allerton Hospital are looking at a treatment to reduce the symptoms of knee pain.
If you are interested and think you may be eligible please click the following link: http://creakyjoints.co.uk/
Posted by Creaky Knees on Thursday, 28 April 2016
How did we do?
- The video reached almost 37,000 people on Facebook.
- The post got 20,000 engagements (post clicks/comments/likes)
- 90 people successfully completed the application after passing the 10 prequalification questions
The Creaky Knees website, with info and questionnaire can be accessed here: http://creakyjoints.co.uk/