Psoriatic arthritis is not a one-size-fits-all condition, which can make finding the right personalized treatment more challenging.
Already approved for psoriasis, the IL-23 inhibitor is looking good for patients with psoriatic arthritis.
Having AS with psoriasis may have some things in common with psoriatic arthritis, but research shows these are two distinct conditions.
Drugs that block the immune system protein IL-17 may work better for clearing skin plaques than those that block TNF.
This is important to know if you’re considering a gluten-free diet to help improve your skin.
Learn more about what PsA is, PsA symptoms, how PsA is diagnosed, other conditions associated with PsA, and the goals of PsA treatment.
Why you need to be monitored while you take MTX, what your doctor is looking for, and how you can help avoid medication-induced toxicity.
Certain types of arthritis are prone to pain where tendons and ligaments meet bone, which is called enthesitis. Here’s how to deal with it.
Arthritis joint pain plus psoriasis skin plaques: Here’s what increases the risk of developing psoriatic arthritis.
Maintaining healthy insulin and blood sugar levels is so important.