A podcast for people with Axial Spondyloarthritis. I am Jayson Sacco, a 34 year plus Axial Spondyloarthritis survivor. With this show, I want to bring the AS community together and talk with doctors, organizations, and individuals all dealing with AS.
Accepting My Need For A Mobility Aid
In this epsode, I reflect on my use of mobility aids. This episode was based upon an article that a guest wrote for ankylosingspondylitis.net. The article was by Steff Di Pardo and a link to the article is https://ankylosingspondylitis.net/living/using-mobility-aids-public (here).
9 Tips To Help Relieve Pain And Stiffness From nr-axSpA
In this episode I look at 9 things you can do to help relieve the pain and stiffness associated with non-radiographic Axial Spondyloarthritis. I reviewed the following article for this episode https://www.everydayhealth.com/ankylosing-spondylitis/tips-for-relieving-pain-and-stiffness-from-nr-axspa/
Chronic Insights - https://chronicinsights.com
A Thank You To My Listeners And Guests
In this episode I thank the numerous guests who have shared their stories and helped make this podcast last. A huge thank you to you, the listener for coming back each week to listen and send your kind words to me.
Motherhood and Axial Spondyloarthritis - A Discussion with Ashley Chaffin
In this episode I have a great time talking with Ashley Chaffin who is better known on Instagram as Anky.Spanky (instagram.com/anky.spanky). We chat about how she deals with being a mother with a chronic illness.
Axial Spondyloarthritis And My Body Image
In this episode I discuss an article from the Arthritis Foundation (https://www.arthritis.org/health-wellness/healthy-living/emotional-well-being/emotional-self-care/axspa-and-body-image (Body Image)) titled How Axial Spondyloarthritis and Body Image. I relate this to some things I have dealt with and talk about Jes Hojsan (Episode 049) whose Instagram page - House of Spoons (link). Here recent post on body image got me to thinking about what we all deal with.
As I start back to work after moving I have been extremely tired. Much is fatigue that at this time is uncontrolled. I came across this recent article from Lana Buettner (located on axialspondyloarthritis.net) and thought I would briefly discuss. Here is a link to the article https://axialspondyloarthritis.net/living/energy#comment-thread (Link)
Thank you for the open and honest discussion. I look forward to the new episode each week.
Great information and very interesting.
I love that he interviews doctors, fellow sufferers, lawyers, and people living in countries with different health care systems.
He is an energetic host with a positive outlook and many entertaining experiences to share.
New To This..
How amazing to hear someone else say what I feel daily...Thank you!!! I was diagnosed almost 2 years after IG suffering and misdiagnosis and a failed surgery. I’m looking forward to the next one 🙌🏽🙌🏽💚