What to Know about Psoriatic Arthritis
Psoriatic arthritis is a disease that involves swollen, sore joints or arthritis  with psoriasis. Psoriasis can lead to itchy, scaly, discolored patches to appear on the skin and scalp. Studies show that over 8 million Americans have psoriasis and about 30 percent of these people have PSA, which can mild or serious and affect more than one joint.
This condition can affect both the inside and outside of your body. Drugs or treatments are administered to manage inflammation that makes the joint swell and ache. They are also used to reduce pain and prevent further damage.
Several ways exist to reduce symptoms such as stiff, aching joints and scaly, itchy skin patches. Some treatment may be used to protect the joints too. Drugs are commonly used to manage the condition, but if they fail to work, surgery is done. In most cases, more than one treatment method is used before the doctor confirms what works for you.
Your doctor may recommend lifestyle changes to ease and prevent worsening of the condition. Several questions are asked by people with this condition. In this article I will be discussing some common drugs and other things to know about this condition.