What Lifestyle Medicine Offers for Spondyloarthritis

Micah Yu, MD, MHA, MS

Saturday, June 27th - 10:00am-11:00am PST 

Treatment for spondyloarthritis is not one-size-fits-all. Medication helps many manage their disease, while others see improvement from making lifestyle changes. Doctors agree that the best course of action is crafting an individualized treatment plan that best suits your needs, and can include elements of both – a combination of lifestyle and medical approaches. But what is most effective? And where should you begin? The Spondylitis Association of America invites you to join us for our webinar, “What Lifestyle Medicine Offers for Spondyloarthritis.  

Tune in on Saturday, June 27th, from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST as guest speaker Micah Yu, MD, MHA, MSdiscusses how lifestyle modifications can complement medical treatment to help better manage and live well with SpA. He will also share his own health journey and perspective on managing SpA as both a patient and doctor. 

During this webinar, we will present: 

-An overview of lifestyle medicine and its principles 

-How good nutrition, exercise, sleep habits, and stress reduction can impact SpA 

-Combining medical and lifestyle treatment approaches to optimize health  


Micah Yu, MD, MHA, MS 

Dr. Yu is a medical doctor and current rheumatology fellow at Loma Linda University Health, who is board certified in lifestyle medicine from the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. Dr. Yu is currently also undergoing training in functional medicine. He plans to open a private practice in Newport Beach, CA.  

To join us, simply register on Zoom and tune in on June 27th at 10:00 AM PST for an enlightening presentation and Q&A session. We hope to see you there! 



Saturday, June 27 
10:00 AM Pacific Time 


What Lifestyle Medicine Offers for Spondyloarthritis


Online, wherever you are 

How to Access 

Simply register below to receive your individual online access link, and tune in starting at 10 AM Pacific Standard Time. 

Have questions or need additional assistance? Please contact Rachel Zaimont at rachel.zaimont@spondylitis.org.