Psoriatic arthritis is a complication of psoriasis that can result in stiff, swollen joints, but symptoms can sometimes be hard to see. Check out these pictures as a visual guide.
Learn how to recognize and what to do for a broken toe, which is a painful injury that sometimes requires immediate medical attention.
There are seven subtypes of juvenile idiopathic arthritis (formerly called juvenile RA). Explore their definitions and differences.
Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative or wear-or-tear arthritis, causes joint damage, stiffness, and pain. Learn about the causes and treatments.
Arthritis is commonly seen in the joints of the fingers. The knuckle joints of the fingers are frequently affected in patients with osteoarthritis.
There are many different types of spinal arthritis. Learn about the symptoms associated with the differing causes of spinal arthritis.
Psoriatic arthritis can cause back pain. Learn more about psoriatic arthritis, how it affects the back, and how to manage the symptoms.
The foot contains many bones, muscles, tendons, and other structures. Learn how they work together, plus what can go wrong due to overuse or injury.
Psoriatic arthritis and gout are types of inflammatory arthritis that might be confused because they share symptoms such as finger pain and swelling.
Abnormal foot anatomy and function, plus too-small footwear, can cause common toe problems including bunions, hammertoes, and hallux limitus.