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Your guide to work and studying with ankylosing spondylitis

Studying

Guide to your time at Uni with ankylosing spondylitis.

 

Work

Advice on managing ankylosing spondylitis at work.

Russ journey to eat, sleep and breath Zumba

Russ Welch is 35 years young, he’s been Zumba instructor for over a year now and still learning. He was born deaf and as a result he’s 85% deaf in both ears. He also has ankylosing spondylitis which affects and can limit the movement in his back.
‘My health has always been at the forefront of my difficulties, but I seem to manage well in my classes now due to Zumba enhancing my flexibility, I am surprisingly 10 cm’s more bendy!’ 

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Know your rights at work!

It’s very important to know your rights at the workplace. Whether it’s your first job or you’re coming back after having a break from employment due to your ankylosing spondylitis, there are certain laws protecting you and requiring employer to respect your needs.

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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

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