Set treatment goals and

Go For It.

For adults with active non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis with objective signs of inflammation in whom a TNF blocker did not work well.

It’s possible to live with less nr-axSpA back pain
and stiffness

You deserve relief from non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis (nr-axSpA) symptoms that may get in the way of what means most to you. You’re your best advocate. Talk to your rheumatologist about creating a treatment plan and ask if RINVOQ could be right for you.

to consider when setting
nr-axSpA treatment goals:

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Assess your current situation
Track the severity of your non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis symptoms and how they impact your day-to-day activities.

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

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

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Track your progress at every rheumatologist visit
Use the Appointment Checklist often to track how your treatment plan is working for you.

Be The Boss of your life.

The importance of diet and exercise

Some people find that diet influences their nr-axSpA 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 can help prevent nr-axSpA stiffness.

Diet and exercise are not replacements for medication, but it’s important to talk to your rheumatologist about how they might strengthen your treatment plan. Make sure to discuss any new diet or exercise plan with your healthcare team.

What that
means for


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 nr-axSpA.


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