Discussion on the importance of early diagnosis and treatment.

This roadmap will help you understand how to manage PsA

Discussion on the different ways PsA presents in each person and choosing the right treatment

Discussion on the different treatments for PsA.

Discussion on finding the best drug for each person.

Read how blood tests are used to diagnose and monitor PsA.

Read how imaging tests are used to look for signs of PsA monitor it's progression.

Find out about the different treatments for psoriasis

DMARDs are used to treat inflammatory forms of arthritis, such as psoriatic arthritis (PsA).

Read about bDMARDS and how they can be used to treat PsA.

Pain relievers are often the first medicine your doctor will recommend to help with pain.

NSAIDs reduce inflammation, joint swelling and stiffness.

Corticosteroids are used to treat PsA and other form of inflammatory arthritis

Discussion on methotrexate and how it is used to treat inflammatory arthritis.

Hear about the myths and misconceptions of methotrexate.

Methotrexate is a well-established, effective treatment for PsA.

Use this action plan to help manage your PsA

Useful information on self-injecting methotrexate.

Watch this video on how to give yourself an injection of methotrexate.

Sulfasalazine is a medicine used to treat PsA and other conditions.

Hydroxychloroquine is a medicine used to treat inflammatory arthritis

Leflunomide is a medicine used to treat PsA.

Biologics are a type of medication that can be prescribed for PsA.

Adalimumab is a class of medicine called biological disease modifying antirheumatic drugs (bDMARDS)

Etanercept is one of a group of medicines called biological disease modifying antirheumatic drugs.

Guselkumab is one of a group of medicines called biological disease modifying antirheumatic drugs.

Infliximab helps with blocking natural substances called cytokines found in joints of people suffering from PsA.

Golimumab lessens inflammation, pain symptoms and helps stop further joint damage

Certolizumab lessens inflammation, pain symptoms and helps stop further joint damage.

Ustekinumab is a biologic DMARD (bDMARD) used to treat PsA.

Ixekizumab (Taltz) is a medicine used to treat PsA and psoriasis.

Tofacitinib is a tablet that belongs to a class of medicines called Janus Kinase (JAK) inhibitors

Secukinumab is used to treat PsA and minimise joint swelling, pain and stiffness

Opioids are medicines taken to help reduce pain.

Prednisolone and prednisone are hormones that are produced naturally in the body. They are necessary for normal working of the body.

Discussion on the the benefits and side effects of medication.

Discussion about the importance of monitoring side effects

Physiotherapy is an important part of treatment for most people with psoriatic arthritis (PsA).

Your psoriatic arthritis (PsA) can affect you in many different ways, but your occupational therapist will help you

Hydrotherapy is the use of water in the treatment of different conditions, including psoriatic arthritis (PsA).

A clinical psychologist is an expert in mental health and may help some people living with PsA

Read about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and how it can help people living with chronic pain.

Read about the types of surgery for PsA

Read about what to expect after surgery for PsA.