Diet alone won’t treat an inflammatory condition, but it can help manage your symptoms. Check this guide for what foods to choose – and stay away from.
Changing how you eat won’t cure or treat psoriatic arthritis, but it may help ease some symptoms. See how some popular diets might affect you.
What you eat can help ease your PsA symptoms by boosting your immunity and reducing inflammation.
Warming or cooling your joints is an easy way to get relief from PsA. Here’s when to turn the temp up, and when to turn it down.
From medication to physical therapy, there are many ways to ease the pain of stiff, sore joints due to PsA.