Since 1976 NASS has been here to help
We have the information you need, along with a community of people who understand.
I can honestly say that being able to contact you just by picking up the phone gives me great peace of mind.
You can also email us with any questions and we will aim to get back to you as soon as possible. Usually that’s within one working day but at very busy times it can take us a little longer.
Our helpline can assist with many different topics, from questions about your medication, to queries about living with AS, and even help with PIP and benefits claims. For further information on how we can assist with benefits specifically click here.
NASS social media
Simply the best place and people to go to for help and support for all AS needs.
We are on Facebook and are always happy to answer questions through direct messages or to share your questions with others if you want to understand other peoples experiences. We have more than 16,000 followers so there’s a good chance that someone will understand what you’re going through and have a great suggestion.
If you prefer Twitter you’ll find us at @NASSexercise where we have around 5,000 followers. Lots are physiotherapists and they are always happy to make a few suggestions if you need some help.
We’ve pulled together all our guides in one area of the website for you to download. If you’d rather receive copies in the post please just call or email Sally or Garry.
We’ve put together lots of useful videos on axial SpA (AS) which you can watch on our YouTube channel.
Services in your area
Discover what axial SpA (AS) services are available in your area with our postcode finder. Our network of NASS branches offer regular physiotherapy and hydrotherapy supervised by qualified physiotherapists for those with axial SpA (AS) and other related conditions in over 90 locations across the UK.
Attend our events
We run events all around the country. This year we’ve had events in Cardiff, Southampton and we’re heading to Leeds and London later this year. It’s a great opportunity to meet others living with axial SpA (AS), hear from rheumatologists and physiotherapists and try out some new activities.