Psoriatic arthritis is an inflammatory autoimmune disease that affects both the skin and joints. Reviewed by a board-certified rheumatologist.
Pencil-in-cup deformity involves bone erosion from arthritis mutilans, a rare form of psoriatic arthritis (PsA). Learn why it’s called pencil-in-cup.
Arthritis is inflammation and joint pain, and sometimes natural remedies help relieve discomfort. Find out how you can alleviate arthritis pain.
Learn easy daily exercises that can improve motion and strength to counter ankle joint pain that comes from different forms of ankle arthritis.
Hallux limitus is a stiff big toe joint and it is a common cause of foot pain. Get info on the causes and treatment of this condition.
Foot pain is often one of the symptoms of early rheumatoid arthritis. This can take many forms, including stiffness or constant aching.
Like rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis causes bone erosion and destroys joints, but PsA causes more extensive bone resorption and enthesitis.
Arthritis of the foot is just one condition that causes foot pain. Proper diagnosis and treatment are essential for the relief of foot pain.
Distal Interphalangeal Predominant (DIP) psoriatic arthritis (PsA) primarily affects the small joints in the fingers and toes closest to the nails.
Ankle arthritis is uncommon but quite painful. Learn more about its causes, and options for surgical and non-surgical treatments.