Psoriatic Arthritis Psoriatic Arthritis

Red, scaly skin patches
AND joint pain.
It’s a double whammy. Connect the dots:

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Your skin symptoms and joint pain could have something in common: Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA). Psoriatic Arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects both your skin and your joints. Itchy, scaly red patches of skin combined with sore, stiff, or swollen joints are the most common characteristics of PsA. But with early detection and appropriate treatment, Psoriatic Arthritis can be managed. Could your symptoms be connected to Psoriatic Arthritis? Take our 30-second quiz for more answers.

Pain in your heel
Morning stiffness
Changes to nails or swollen fingers
Painful, swollen tender joints
Tender, painful or swollen joints such as knees, fingers and toes
Neck or back pain
General fatigue
Red, raised, dry and flaky patches with silvery, white build-up