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SAA’s Spondylitis Educational Seminar from Atlanta, GA

Rheumatologist James Rosenbaum & Doctor of Physical Therapy Carl Heldman

By Spondylitis Association of America

On November 9th, 2019 the Spondylitis Association of America (SAA) hosted a Spondylitis Educational Seminar in Atlanta, GA, during the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) annual conference. Our speakers for the day were rheumatologist James Rosenbaum, MD, and doctor of physical therapy Carl Heldman, DPT.

The program was also broadcast live online and recorded for online access. We are happy to share the presentations with you, and hope you find them informative!

Once you have a chance to view the presentations, we ask that you give your feedback to help us improve future seminars by taking a brief 2-minute survey
 

- Rheumatologist James Rosenbaum, MD -
Spondyloarthritis Treatment & Research Update: The Role of the Microbiome

Download Dr. Rosenbaum's Presentation slides

 

- Doctor of Physical Therapy Carl Heldman, DPT -
Spondyloarthritis: Biomechanical Changes, Treatment & Exercise

Download Dr. Heldman's Presentation slides

 

Your feedback is extremely important to our ongoing efforts to meet your educational needs. Click here to take a brief 2-minute survey to help us improve future seminars. Completing this survey is voluntary. Your responses are confidential and will only be seen by SAA staff. 

We thank our presenters for sharing their expertise and time with us, and our Members and supporters—without whom these programs would not be possible.

To support more programs like these, please consider a donation to the Spondylitis Association of America today.

 

This activity is supported by educational grants provided by Novartis and AbbVie.
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