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Psoriatic arthritis can affect your feet, eyes, joints, and more over your lifetime. Get to know the many specialists who can help you manage your condition.
If you’re unhappy with the condition of your skin or joints with psoriasis or psoriatic athritis, don’t settle. You owe it to yourself to talk with your doctor about changing treatments. Here, experts offer tips on how to start that conversation.
What does your primary care provider have to do with managing your psoriatic disease? A lot. Two specialists give their top tips for working with your PCP so you can live your healthiest life.
Combined Dermatology-Rheumatology clinics are popping up across the U.S. to treat psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Learn why a collaborative approach is best.
If you live with psoriatic arthritis, develop the best possible relationship with your rheumatologist by following these 10 recommendations.
Credit: iStock There isn’t one standard path to receiving a psoriatic arthritis diagnosis. Perhaps the diagnosis came from your dermatologist who’s been treating your psoriasis for years. Our maybe it came from a rheumatologist referral after having ...