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Discover the various ways you can participate in the Canadian Spondylitis Association and make an impression on our nation for those who suffer with Spondylitis.

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

Osteoarthritis is caused by the deterioration of cartilage in the joints, often due to wear and tear.

Non-Radiographic Axial Spondyloarthritis or nrAxSpA describes the early symptoms of Ankylosing Spondylitis detected by MRI and other tests where a confirmation of Ankylosing Spondylitis cannot be confirmed by X-Ray.

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Become a Member
Join the many who are making a difference across Canada

Our Members are contributing to the impact of our organization in terrific ways, don’t miss out on being involved in our organization. If you’re living with Spondylitis or have a loved one who is, become a member today.

Benefits of Membership
Free to Join, Limitless Benefits

By becoming a member you add to our collective voice in advocating for those living with Spondyloarthritis. You will also join a community of people who know and understand your condition.

Volunteer Founded, Lead and Driven

As an all-volunteer association, the Canadian Spondylitis Association needs volunteers to help in so many ways. Volunteering can be so rewarding whatever your age and circumstances.

In Your Province
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.

Become a Corporate Partner
Your Business Can Help

Donations from corporations greatly aid our mission to improve the lives of people living with Spondyloarthritis. Donations can be made to support specific programs or as needed by our Association in fulfilling our mission.


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