More About Psoriatic Arthritis

11 Things to Know About Psoriatic Arthritis

Read 11 things you should know about psoriatic arthritis - including symptoms, causes, comorbidities and more. Read More >>

Psoriatic Arthritis Self-Care Tips

Psoriatic arthritis can affect many aspects of your health—sometimes all at once. While effective medical treatments are available, much of the management of PsA is focused on self-care to prevent and treat flare-ups. Read More >>

10 Hand- and Foot-Care Tips for Psoriatic Arthritis

Along with you doctor-prescribed medications, try these 10 strategies to help your hands and feet feel - and look - their best. Read More >>

13 Tips to Soothe Your Skin

Use these self-care tips to relieve symptoms of the scaling, itching, burning skin that can come with psoriatic arthritis (PsA). Read More >>

Psoriatic Arthritis and Your Heart

When you have psoriatic arthritis, sore, swollen joints and skin lesions might be your main focus - but you also need to think about your heart, as research suggests people with this condition are at increased risk for cardiovascular disease. Read More >>

Methotrexate Treatment for Psoriatic Arthritis

Methotrexate remains a drug of choice for psoriatic arthritis, despite research that questions its disease-modifying effects. Arthritis Today magazine. Read More >>

Latest Treatments for Psoriatic Arthritis

Ustekimumab and apremilast are welcomed new treatment options for PsA. Arthritis Today magazine. Read More >>

Guidelines for Psoriatic Arthritis Provide Standards of Care

Guidelines for screening for comorbidities in patients with psoriatic arthritis. Read More >>

How to Achieve Remission in Psoriatic Arthritis

German study finds most psoriatic arthritis patients who stop their meds because they’re in remission experience a rapid recurrence. Arthritis Today magazine. Read More >>

Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Linked to Increased Gout Risk

People with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis are more likely to develop gout – a painful form of inflammatory arthritis – than people without these conditions. Arthritis Today magazine Read More >>

Many Psoriatic Arthritis Patients Are Undertreated

About half of all patients with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis are dissatisfied with their treatments, even though effective treatment is available. Read More >>

Can Treat-to-Target Help Reach Remission in PsA?

Psoriatic arthritis patients treated with an aggressive protocol called “treat to target” have better control of their disease than those who receive standard care. Full remission is a challenge, but minimal disease activity is possible. Read More >>

Psoriatic Arthritis Treatments

Managing psoriatic arthritis can be a unique challenge as it requires the treatment of psoriasis and arthritis. Starting the right treatment plan as soon as possible is key to slowing disease activity and preserving your quality of life. Read More >>

How Can Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Affect Your Health?

Psoriatic arthritis affects your skin, nails, joints and tendons - but it can also cause many other health effects. Learn about these conditions to better manage your health! Read More >>

How Overweight and Obesity Affect Psoriatic Arthritis

Obesity and psoriatic arthritis (PsA) are an unhealthy mix. Research shows that people who have both conditions have a harder time controlling their PsA, which also tends to be more severe than in those who weigh less. Learn more about obesity and psoriatic arthritis. Read More >>

Psoriatic Arthritis and Back Pain

Up to half of people with PsA will develop the back and hip pain of axial arthritis. Learn how to recognize it. Read More >>

Social Support for Psoriatic Arthritis

Whether it’s a formal group or a circle of friends, getting social support helps you cope with PsA. Read More >>

Metabolic Comorbidities of Psoriatic Arthritis

Obesity, diabetes, metabolic syndrome and fatty liver disease often strike people with psoriatic arthritis. Understand why, and learn what you can do to better manage your health. Read More >>

Light Therapy for Psoriatic Arthritis

For people with psoriatic arthritis, a dose of ultraviolet light, may be just what the doctor ordered. Phototherapy is a simple, safe and relatively inexpensive treatment that can improve, or in some cases clear up, psoriasis plaques. Read More >>

Managing Psoriatic Arthritis Flares

A PsA flare can mean more than painful joints and hot, itchy skin. Flares may also mean profound fatigue, trouble sleeping, mood problems, stress and a flu-like feeling. Learn to recognize your flare triggers and calm it quickly. Read More >>

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