Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA) may leave you feeling frustrated and lonely, but there are thousands of people living with psoriatic arthritis facing the same challenges as you every day. Our community is your community – people living with psoriatic arthritis and thriving in spite of their health condition.

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By cchappo - July 6, 2017

I have had skin issues since I was in 3rd grade. I also had, (so the Dr said), eczema around both ankles. I was teased a lot for having “the creeping crud.”… READ MORE

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By kos2608 - June 14, 2017

Following my family doctor’s order, I went to see “the best” rheumatologist in my area. His conclusion – I either have PsA or RA. My RA indicator was not sufficient to be… READ MORE


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