If you would like more information on AS or you'd just like a chat do call the NASS Helpline on 020 8948 9117 between 09:00 and 12:00 Monday to Friday.
Alternatively you can email Sally on email@example.com with your questions.
Download any of our NASS publications or order a hard copy
A practical introduction to the treatment and management of ankylosing spondylitis with useful advice on living and working.
An understanding of the new terminology being used in rheumatology clinics
Safe driving, the DVLA, Forum of Mobility Centres, the Motability scheme and Blue Badges
What causes fatigue in AS and how it can be managed
Symptoms and treatments for uveitis
Covers how AS can affect your work, talking about your AS at work, staying well at work, your rights at work and managing your AS.
It also includes a pull out sheet of important information on AS for you to hand to your employer.
Most people with AS will have no problems with anaesthesia but there are some for whom difficulties may arise and it's important to be aware of this in advance of any planned surgery
Exercise for AS
Exercise is not just a useful addition to the management of AS. It is one of the cornerstones of treatment. Exercise helps in the maintenance of flexibility and good posture and also assists with pain management and wellbeing.
A guide to exercising safely in the gym (pdf version). You can also buy a printed, spiral bound version in the NASS shop
Back to Action App for iPhones, iPod touches and iPads (free to download)
Back to Action App for android phones (free to download)
Our exercise DVD aimed at people with more advanced AS who want to exercise at home. It includes 6 exercise programmes with 35 individual exercises and contains hip safe exercises. Currently this is available to buy in our Shop for £5 (including p&p).
NASS branch network for hydrotherapy and physiotherapy
There are over 90 NASS branches providing regular physiotherapy and hydrotherapy sessions throughout the UK.
Our twice yearly members magazine with all the latest information on research, treatment and management of AS. Members can read past issues in the Members area
If you have any questions contact our Information and Communications Manager.