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Exercise is important for anyone with a chronic illness. Here’s how to get going.
Staying accountable isn’t always easy—but it’s so worth it.
The people in your life don't always know how to help with your psoriatic disease. These 10 tips can help them understand, so you can get the support you need.
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 ...
What's in your psoriatic arthritis toolbox? Here are 10 of the most common tools that people use to manage their PsA.
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.
If you are what you eat, here’s a list of hearty, anti-inflammatory fall and wintertime foods that satisfy your appetite and can help prevent psoriatic pain.
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.
Often, the thought of making positive lifestyle changes with psoriatic arthritis seems like just something else to exhaust you. But making even little changes can be very positive and give you the boost you need to push ahead. Here are some small ste...
From symptom-reducing medications to stress relief exercises, here’s a list of methods to alleviate psoriatic arthritis pain.