People who suffer from spondyloarthritis experience a variety of potentially debilitating symptoms depending on the specific nature of their condition, including pain and inflammation in the back, joints, hands and feet, eyes, genitals, skin, and mucus membranes, as well as inflammatory bowel disease, stiffness, and more. It can make regular life incredibly difficult.
This is why organizations like the Spondylitis Association of America (SAA) are so valuable.
Since 1983, the SAA has been the leading advocate for those living with the condition. They work with patients, the medical community, and other partners to educate, empower, and push for research, so a cure can be found. Like so many other nonprofits right now, SAA needs help now more than ever.