Maryssa's Story - Young Adult Feature
Maryssa was diagnosed with Arthritis at the age of 11 - and is proud to have pushed throug...
Sara's Story - Young Adult Feature
Sara was diagnosed with AS after 5 years of searching - and found relief in the explanati...
Support Groups in Canada
Support groups are a great place to meet others, share and learn more about disease manage...
Facts and Figures
- 300,000 Canadians have Psoriatic Arthritis.
- Ankylosing spondylitis is a young person’s disease. It most frequently starts between ages 15 and 35. Onset after age 45 is unusual.
- Your finger nails can be a clue to diagnosing Psoriatic Arthritis.
- Obese and overweight patients have a lower response rate to TNF Inhibitors. For those patients, losing weight may improve the response rate.