Psoriasis Treatment Directory
Psoriasis is not curable, but it can be managed well with medications in most people. Topical treatments include salicylic acid, steroids, calcipotriene, and retinoids. Phototherapy (light therapy) is effective in many people. Some respond well in sunlight while others choose to use PUVA or UVB treatment. Medications and natural treatments, such as Dead Sea salts or fish oil, can sometimes also help with psoriasis. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about the many forms of psoriasis treatment, how to choose the best treatment for you, what to expect from treatment, and much more.
Choosing a Treatment for Psoriasis
Just as there isn't a cure for psoriasis, there isn't a perfect treatment either. Learn about psoriasis treatment options here.
Psoriasis Treatment With Other Conditions
Treating psoriasis can be tricky when you have other health problems. Find out how to avoid complications and dangerous drug interactions.
Help for Psoriasis in Tough Places
Learn how to treat psoriasis on your lips, scalp, and other unexpected spots.
What Is the Koebner Phenomenon?
Injuries, insect bites, tattoos, and even sunburns can trigger new areas of psoriasis. We explain the Koebner phenomenon.
Psoriasis: Treatment and Tips During the Holidays
The holidays are a time for good cheer, good friends, good food … and, if you have psoriasis, a good chance that your skin condition will worsen. Try these tips to keep manage psoriasis during the holidays.
How to Tell If Your Psoriasis Treatment Is Working
Keeping psoriasis in check can be a challenge. Here’s how to tell if your treatment is working and what to do when it’s not.
Advances in Care
Recent advances have changed the treatment options for psoriasis. Learn about new therapies that are available and what's on the horizon.
Psoriasis & Exercise: How Exercise Can Help Psoriasis
Psoriasis makes exercise harder, but not impossible. And the benefits you’ll get from physical activity are too great to miss.
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Winter Psoriasis Tips
Cold weather got you worried about psoriasis flares? Follow these tips to keep your skin in good shape all winter.
Beauty Hacks for Your Psoriasis Skin
Self-conscious about how your psoriasis looks? WebMD gives you makeup tips to help you smooth the skin you’re in.
14 Hot Trends in Psoriasis Research Studies
If you or someone you know has psoriasis, you’ll want to know about this latest research. Here’s everything doctors know -- and would like to know -- about causes, complications, and possible new treatments.
Health Problems Linked to Psoriasis
Psoriasis puts you at risk for other health problems, too. Find out what symptoms to be on the lookout for and ways you may be able to prevent some of them.