Go all in.


For adults with active ankylosing spondylitis (AS) in whom TNF blockers did not work well.

Ready to fight back?

You deserve relief from ankylosing spondylitis (AS) symptoms that may get in the way of what's meaningful to you. Use the Treatment Goals Guide to work with your rheumatologist on setting your goals, and ask if RINVOQ could be right for you.

The Treatment Goals Guide can help you and your doctor set your goals. Bring it with you to your next appointment.

Demand more.

Assess your current situation 

Track the severity of your ankylosing spondylitis symptoms and how they’re impacting your day-to-day activities.

Think through physical goals

Set measurable physical goals with your rheumatologist that are meaningful to you, like climbing 12-15 steps without aid.

Solidify personal goals

Turn the commitments and hobbies you want to say “yes” to into personal goals.

Track your progress at every rheumatologist visit

Use the Appointment Checklist often to track how your treatment plan is working for you.

Stand up to your symptoms.

The importance of diet and exercise

Some people find that diet influences their AS symptoms. Anti-inflammatory foods like fruits, vegetables, fish, and healthy fats may help your body fight back. Exercise and physical therapy can help maintain mobility and range of motion and help prevent AS stiffness.

Diet and exercise are not a replacement for medications, but it’s important to talk to your rheumatologist about how they might strengthen your treatment plan.

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What that
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Your rheumatologist is your partner, so be open about exactly what you want from your treatment plan.

Speak up if you’re ready for a change. Speak up about what you want moving forward. Speak up if you want to find a different treatment plan for your AS.


How do you feel about your current AS treatment plan?

Pick one and see how others, like you, answered

Are you ready for a treatment change?

Are you ready for a treatment change?

Start building a treatment plan with your rheumatologist that helps you meet your goals for relief from AS symptoms.

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