People with ankylosing spondylitis
Real life stories from people with ankylosing spondylitis
This is what arthritis looks like. Arthritis is painful. The hardest part of having arthritis is reduced mobility.
A disease like this that takes over and sets physical and mental limits and barriers changes you and what you think of yourself.
This is what arthritis looks like. Farming is a physical lifestyle, and when you’ve had a long busy day, you certainly know it in every bone in your body.
If you don’t think Arthritis affects you, think again. How many people do you know who have a form of Arthritis? Ask around; the answers will shock you.
Farming is a physical lifestyle and when you’ve had a long day, you certainly know it in every bone in your body. Kim and David run a sheep and beef farm.
Emily Goodenough is a 27-year-old diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis three years ago. A personal trainer and life coach.
Anya woke up one morning with a sore eye, pain and blurred vision. This eye inflammation at the age of 27 was a necessary evil that led to a diagnosis.
Kylie’s road to Ironman began when she first sought help to manage her AS.
Amy Milne is a fit, social, energetic, and healthy 38-year-old woman when her autoimmune disease allows. When it doesn't, she battles with pain, inflammation, fatigue, and not sleeping well. Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) does that. Usually diagnosed between the age of...