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How can you tell if the thick red, scaly, itchy patches of skin appearing on your body are signs of psoriasis? The signs can be sneaky. We help you figure it all out.
After living with psoriatic arthritis for 25 years, patient advocate Diane Talbert shares nine insightful lessons on managing her condition, from asking for help to finding the right doctor.
Diane Talbert is proof that psoriatic arthritis need not come in the way of living a full and meaningful life. Here’s a profile of this patient advocate.
Pain is subjective. Some of us can handle it in high amounts, while others wince at the slightest twinge of it. Read about how Julie created her own pain/fatigue scale.
These are the ways I suffer as a psoriatic arthritis patient that you might not realize.
Psoriatic arthritis can be classified as an “invisible illness.”
Take a holistic approach to managing psoriatic arthritis with these top picks for alternative therapies, including acupuncture, essential oils and meditation.
When you have psoriatic arthritis, you may experience hand pain, stiffness, tingling, and swelling. Adding these hand exercises to your daily (or even weekly) routine can tremendously help keep your extremities in working order.
We all know exercise is good for psoriatic arthritis, but when your joints are stiff, it's hard to get moving. Here are 5 reasons physical therapy can help.
From symptom-reducing medications to stress relief exercises, here’s a list of methods to alleviate psoriatic arthritis pain.