Saturday, March 14, 202010:00 am -11:30 am
TOPIC: Outcome Studies and The Latest Spondyloarthritis
GUEST SPEAKER: John D. Reveille, MD
Reveille is Chief of Rheumatology at UT Health Sciences Center-Houston-Texas
Medical Center. He is internationally recognized for his research and work with
Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS), and is also on the Board of Directors of the
Spondylitis Association of America.
Dr. Reveille speaks he likes to entertain questions. In fact we have some tough
ones already lined up. Please keep in mind this is not a time to ask him to
diagnose your illness. But, it’s a great opportunity to learn more on how to
deal with the disease of AS.
RSVP, and feel free to bring your spouse, family, and friends. I recommend you
come early and get a good seat.
The Woodlands group web site:
This Group Meets the 2nd Saturday of the "odd" numbered months. That means January, March, May… We also have an optional lunch outing afterwards.
Please RSVP, and feel free to bring your spouse, family, and friends. That helps me to know how many chairs to put out.
We look forward to seeing everyone there!
Dr. John Reveille is a revered rheumatologist who has made significant contributions to the study and research of spondylitis. After his presentation, support group members had the opportunity to interact with Dr. Reveille.
Iain and his wife Jane have lived in The Woodlands for over 23 years and have been part of The Woodlands AS support group since its inception in 2008. He retired from Anadarko Petroleum in 2015.
Iain has had SpA for about 50 years, first showing up as iritis. Ten years later he was finally diagnosed. He is a big advocate of staying active to ease the symptoms of SpA. He recommends everyone find an activity they can handle and keep at it. He really enjoys the camaraderie of the SAA Support Group. It’s a fun time of learning and encouragement.
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