Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is a condition that can causes inflammation of the joints, usually affecting people with psoriasis.

You know that arthritis affects your joints but it can sometimes affect other parts of the body as well.

This Roadmap will help you understand how to manage PsA, including pre-diagnosis, self-management techniques and the use of medicines.

Psoriatic arthritis is an inflammatory condition of joints associated with psoriasis. Patients may have psoriasis at the time they develop

Psoriatic arthritis can present in many ways including joint pain, spinal pain or a difficult-to-treat tendon problem.

The different symptoms of psoriatic arthritis means that diagnosis might be delayed or misdiagnosed.

Undiagnosed inflammatory arthritis is still prevalent in our community.

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Arthritis can affect many areas of the body such as the neck, shoulders, back, wrists and hands, hips, knees and ankles

Any joint in your ankles, feet and toes can be affected by arthritis. Many different types ...

Neck pain is pain that is felt in the upper part of the spine. It is sign that the joints, ...

Shoulder pain is pain that is felt in the shoulder area, at the top of the arm. It is a sign...

Many people with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) will experience back pain.

Hip pain is more commonly due to osteoarthritis (OA), but can also occur if you have psoriatic arthritis.

Any joint in your fingers, thumbs, knuckles and wrists can be affected by arthritis.

The knee is commonly affected by arthritis, particularly osteoarthritis (OA), but it is also a common joint affected by psoriatic arthritis

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