Did you miss the exciting Facebook Live event on Axial Spondyloarthritis (AxSpA)? Watch the Facebook Live Event on AxSpa by Reader’s Digest Canada.

If you or someone you know is affected by this debilitating disease, this is a must-watch. Join Matt Walther from Reader’s Digest Canada with our esteemed board chair, Dr. Elie Karam, as he teams up with renowned rheumatologist Dr. Alexander Tsoukas.  Together, they debunked  common misconceptions and provided practical tips for understanding and managing AxSpA.

By tuning in to this recording, you’ll gain valuable insights into the world of Axial Spondyloarthritis. Whether you’re a patient, caregiver, or simply interested in learning more about this condition, this interview by Reader’s Digest Canada is designed to empower and educate.

Don’t miss the opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge from these esteemed experts in the field. Tune in and discover how you can live a fulfilling life while managing AxSpA.  Remember to share with your friends and family members who may benefit from this valuable information. Together, let’s shed light on Axial Spondyloarthritis and support those who are living with it. Watch the Recorded Facebook Live Event on AxSpa by Reader’s Digest Canada by clicking below.  

Could I have Spondyloarthritis?

Inflammation can be localized to your back and hips, but usually the inflammation causing pain is systemic, which means you may also experience pain or swelling in other parts of your body. Common areas include the eyes, ankles, and neck.

Inflammatory back pain often interrupts sleep or can make sleep difficulties worse. Your immune system working so hard against your body is also exhausting. It’s normal for someone experiencing inflammatory back pain to feel exhausted much of the time.