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My AS My Life

Helping you build the skills and confidence to take control of your AS and your life

On average you might spend 2 hours each year with a health professional discussing your axial SpA (AS). That leaves 8,758 hours where you have to manage your condition on your own. 

My AS My Life helps you build the confidence and skills you need to self-manage your axial SpA (AS). It includes guides, videos, blogs and links to a whole range of issues covering both your physical and mental health. 

If you’d like to chat to someone about any of the issues in this section, the NASS Helpline are there for you.

Upcoming Sessions

Our next sessions are:

  • Tuesday 27 July, 13.00: Looking after your feet with axial SpA with Dr Lindsey Cherry, Senior Clinical Academic at the University of Southampton & Solent NHS Trust
  • Tuesday 17 August, 13.00: Relaxation and meditation with Ali Potter, Health & Mindset Coach and Osteopath
  • Tuesday 24 August, 13.00: Hydrotherapy for axial SpA with Claire Jeffries, Physiotherapy and Clinical Specialist in Hydrotherapy and Rheumatology

Watch Live

To watch live, visit our Facebook page at the time of the live session. If you can’t see the video, refresh your page.

Session Library

Watch previous sessions, read blogs and download resources on the following topics:


Discover the NASS exercise resources

NASS Guides

These NASS guides include key information to help you self-manage your axial SpA (AS)