One Woman's Journey With Undiagnosed Psoriatic Arthritis

Tracy Davenport thought her psoriasis was nothing to worry about—until arthritis arrived in her 50s.

Tracy Davenport grew up with sensitive, itchy skin. She never realized her life-long psoriasis, an inflammatory autoimmune condition, required treatment until she began dropping things in her 50s from her painfully stiff hands, the result of psoriatic arthritis causing swelling in her joints. This Healthumentary documents her journey from simply living with her condition to actively taking control of it. Now, with the right medications, as well as with a healthier diet and other lifestyle changes, Tracy is comfortable in her skin (and is mostly symptom-free).