Community Support

With a broad offering of Support Groups, awareness and connectivity on Social Networks along with Educational Seminars and Events, the Canadian Spondylitis Association has a strong commitment to supporting the Spondylitis Community.

Ankylosing Spondylitis used to be considered a man’s disease. While recent research shows that men are somewhat more susceptible than women, the exact male to female ratio needs to be clarified.

Osteoarthritis is associated with aging whereas inflammatory arthritis can start in children and frequently occurs in young adults.

Dermatologists have trouble diagnosing Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA).

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There’s a Chapter of the CSA Near You

Find the support and information you need with the assistance of a local chapter of the Canadian Spondylitis Association.

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Support Groups
Support Where You Need It, Right Next Door.

Connecting with a Support Group near you will allow you the opportunity to unite with others who are also overcoming the effects and issues of Spondylitis.

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Social Networks
Join the Conversation

Connect with us through popular social mediums and help us spread awareness of Spondylitis.

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Educational Seminars & Events
Provincial and National Patient Forums

As a part of our Community involvement and support, we facilitate a number of educational seminars and events to encourage awareness and support for those living with Spondylitis.

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The Latest

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Health Canada approves new treatment option for AS and PsA news

Cosentyx first Interleukin-17A inhibitor for psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis approved by Health Canada

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Ankylosing Spondylitis study conducted at the University of Saskatchewan A multifaceted approach for the early clinical identification of axial spondyloarthritis: a study of first degree relatives news

A multifaceted approach for the early clinical identification of axial spondyloarthritis: a study of first degree relatives

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