Welcome to ASoneBringing young people with axial spondyloarthritis and ankylosing spondylitis together.
We’re here to inform and educate on ankylosing spondylitis, but we also want you to be able to share your thoughts, feelings and experiences with each other.
Meetups Last Year
Welcome to part two of our guide. We’re not going to tell you here to eat regularly, practice safe sex and use sunscreen. We will focus largely on technicalities, you can figure out the rest by yourself. At least we hope.read more
Welcome to Your Summer Festival Guide! It’s not ‘ours’ it’s definitely ‘yours’, as we asked the ASone community to share their tips and advice on going to festivals. We had such a great response we thought we’d publish it in two parts.read more
Do you remember that scene in “Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone” when Hermione says Petrificus Totalus and Neville’s body becomes stiff and rigid just before he falls to the ground? Being diagnosed with a disease can feel like this. Like a curse has been cast upon you and paralysed you. Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) especially so, given its hallmark symptoms of pain and stiffness.read more
As I am a 17 years old, in my years of youth, I basically think I know everything about everything, (as every teen does) but, I can honestly admit, I had not a clue what ankylosing spondylitis was until a few years ago when, ironically, my knowledge expanded.read more
By reading this, you’re probably hoping to hear a positive story you can connect with. By reading this, you perhaps feel the need to be inspired or be given directions to follow. But by reading this, you have already taken the first steps down your own path, as you’ve decided to seek help, learn about your condition or take comfort in knowing you’re not alone. So give yourself some credit, you’ve done well.read more
Jenni’s personal experience in visiting the biologics’ clinic for the first time and starting her anti-TNF therapy. See what you can expect before your own appointment.read more
Exercises for AS on the go!
Back to Action is an exercise programme designed for people with AS.
It has been created by physiotherapists working with NASS, the exercise therapists and doctors who treat military personnel with AS at Headley Court.
It uses the most up to date knowledge from the fields of physiotherapy and sports medicine.
You can download our Back to Action App for free from