Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory skin problem. It can be initiated by certain environmental triggers or due to a genetic predisposition for psoriasis. The disease produces plaques of thickened and scaling skin mostly on elbows, knees, and scalp. It is considered an incurable, chronic inflammatory skin condition.
Read the story of a 49 year old psoriasis male patient living in England. He was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis in November 2015. He shares his experience and also the different treatments he has gone through. He was referred to a rheumatologist. . . .
A psoriasis patient walks through his journey of psoriasis. It may be a normal day for others but for a psoriasis patient, it is a blessing if he does not find spots on the skin when he gets up in the morning. This is an amazing feeling for these patients.. . . .