Almost half of patients who start a TNF inhibitor biologic are not on the same treatment a few years later.
If you hear your doctor bring up the idea of using a ‘treat-to-target’ approach to manage your AxSpA, this is what it means.
Here’s what you need to know about having a healthy pregnancy with PsA and AS.
Depression is very common among people with AS. Here’s what patients and doctors need to know about it.
A new study found that AS patients on anti-TNF drugs had fewer doctor and ER visits and didn’t skip work as often.
Pain in your buttocks may be due to arthritis — here are the clues to look out for.
Think exercise is a pain in the butt? Not these. Try these moves to help relieve pain in your buttocks, lower back, and hips.
Learn more about what can happen to your chances of being in remission when you stop taking a biologic drug.
In this fifth and final episode of ‘My Back Is Killing Me,’ the Joint Task Force brings in a rheumatologist to explain what’s really going on with the victim’s pain symptoms.
Although Jed Finley was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis as a tween, he didn’t take it seriously until it starting stealing his ability to live his life fully, like making driving dangerous.