SPONDYLITIS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
June 19, 2011
After going to a chiropractor for many years, and my pain, and stiffness getting worse, I finally went to a doctor who diagnosed my symptoms as ankylosing spondylitis in 1992. Because my condition went untreated for many years, and even worse, because I went to a chiropractor who had no idea what he was doing, nor ever heard of my condition, for over 10 years I had a very difficult time managing my illness. Thank God, now, after many difficult years, I am better able to manage my condition. I credit, in large part, SAA for helping me manage, and deal with my disease. Their information, and helpful suggestions, have been a vital part of my care. I am fully comitted to this organization, and greatly encourage everyone to support this vital cause, and hopefully, someday, with their help, this dreadful illness will be curred, and not hurt anyone else. In the meantime, this wonderful organization adds tremendous knowledge to the world, who before their vital work, had vey little information about this illness.
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See above. Their assistance, and knowledge has greatly assisted me in caring/dealing with my condition.
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None. They are doing great work.
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