Korey’s Story 

Juvenile psoriatic arthritis can’t stop 9-year-old Korey. While he has good days and bad, Korey won’t let his arthritis keep him from the sports he loves. 

Korey was diagnosed with juvenile psoriatic arthritis in April 2018.  He has arthritis in his ankles, toes, knees, wrists, fingers, hands, elbows, shoulders, hips, neck and spine, and his skin is covered in guttate psoriasis.  Medication has helped control Korey’s arthritis and psoriasis, but he still has his good and bad days.  

Korey is an active 9-year-old who plays football and has wrestled since the age of 3. He wants to show others that he won’t let the disease stop him.  He wants to raise money to help find a cure for himself and everyone else so that he, and other kids like him, can quit getting shots.