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Psoriatic Arthritis

Treatment

 
Is There a Sunny Side to Psoriatic Arthritis?

Is There a Sunny Side to Psoriatic Arthritis?

The science is iffy about the benefits of sunlight on psoriatic arthritis, but a warmer climate may help.
A Well-Rounded Treatment Plan for Psoriatic Arthritis

A Well-Rounded Treatment Plan for Psoriatic Arthritis

Don’t settle for “good enough” when it comes to treating your psoriatic arthritis. Here’s the latest thinking on how to make your treatment plan even ...
Psoriatic Arthritis and Corticosteroids: 11 Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Psoriatic Arthritis and Corticosteroids: 11 Questions to Ask Your Doctor

It’s rare to prescribe corticosteroids for psoriatic arthritis, but sometimes a short course can relieve pain.
How to Treat Both Psoriatic Arthritis and Psoriasis

How to Treat Both Psoriatic Arthritis and Psoriasis

Managing psoriatic arthritis and psoriasis together likely requires a step up in your treatment plan. And certain drugs target both conditions.
Treating Psoriatic Arthritis Beyond the Joints

Treating Psoriatic Arthritis Beyond the Joints

Psoriatic arthritis can affect more than just your joints, which is why experts are putting more emphasis on managing heart, digestive, and eye health...
9 Myths About Psoriatic Arthritis Treatment

9 Myths About Psoriatic Arthritis Treatment

Is there a cure for psoriatic arthritis? Can you stop treatment if you feel better? Learn about common misconceptions.
Psoriatic Arthritis and Remission: What You Need to Know

Psoriatic Arthritis and Remission: What You Need to Know

Symptoms of psoriatic arthritis can disappear for periods of time, but remission isn’t the same thing as a cure.
9 Myths About Psoriatic Arthritis Treatment

9 Myths About Psoriatic Arthritis Treatment

Joint pain, stiffness, swelling, fatigue — for many people, aches and pains like these are just a part of getting older. But for about 30 percent of p...
Is It Psoriatic Arthritis or Fibromyalgia?

Is It Psoriatic Arthritis or Fibromyalgia?

A rheumatologist can discover whether you have just one of the two associated conditions — or both.
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