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What is Psoriatic Arthritis?

Psoriatic Arthritis is an autoimmune disease often occurs after a diagnosis has been discovered although the problems with the joints can develop before the skin lesions have occurred. About 30% of patients that are managing psoriasis will also develop psoriatic arthritis. The inflammation that occurs can lead to permanent joint and tissue damage if it goes untreated. Reaching out Premier Multispecialty Infusions as soon as symptoms are noticed will lead to a quick diagnosis and effective treatment programs.

Who Gets It?

Since psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis go hand in hand they will affect the same type of people while having no direct correlation or cause. Men and women between 30 and 55 are the most likely to be affected, while it still can occur in younger aged patients.

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What Are Symptoms of Psoriatic Arthritis

Psoriatic arthritis symptoms will ebb and flow. It is possible that they can improve with proper treatment, but and can ultimately come back in forms of remission throughout those same treatments. Managing the disease though will help the progress of the disease effectively. Symptoms are also very similar to rheumatoid arthritis, but below are some that will help determine the difference between the two:

  • Swollen finger & toes – Swelling and deformities in your fingers and toes can also develop before symptoms in your joints appear
  • Foot pain – Achilles heel and the sole of the feet can be in pain due to this type of arthritis. It will attack the points where tendons and ligaments, but it’s especially important to pay attention to these areas
  • Lower back pain – Spondylitis can develop as a result of psoriatic arthritis, which affects the joints between the vertebrae and between the spine and pelvis.

If you start to notice some of these symptoms after you have been diagnosed with psoriasis please visit Premier Multispecialty Infusions for further help with treatment and management.

Call now to learn how Premier Multispecialty Infusions can bring you relief from Psoriatic Arthritis.

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