Physical activity and exercise is extremely important for managing psoriatic arthritis (PsA).

Exercise is an important part of managing PsA, without causing joint damage

Exercise can help you improve your health and fitness without hurting your joints.

The first thing to do is to ask yourself: Why are you being active? Do you want to control your PsA symptoms?

Water exercise involves exercising in a pool, usually a heated, warm water pool, and may also be called ‘hydrotherapy’.

Walking is one of the most effective means of reducing the pain and stiffness associated with PsA.

Strength training is a name for activities or exercises that build the strength of your muscles.

Tai chi is an ancient, Chinese martial art form that is practised around the world as a type of gentle exercise.

Group fitness classes that focus on cardiovascular conditioning include step-type classes, dance-based classes, water classes ...

Golf is a game loved and played by people of all ages. It provides a stimulating mental challenge, a healthy walk in pleasant ...

Lifting weights or resistance training offers numerous benefits to help manage arthritis pain. Exercise keeps muscles around affected joint