Psoriatic arthritis is one of many autoimmune diseases. It is a painful chronic illness that affects one in three people who have been diagnosed with psoriasis!
But there is much to this mysterious chronic illness!
Learn more about psoriatic arthritis symptoms, plus how to make living with it easier and less painful.
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About The Disabled Diva
Hi, I’m Cynthia. I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis in 2003, two years after my psoriasis diagnosis! Since then I have been on a mission to make living with this chronic illness easier and to find new ways to reduce chronic pain from it. And with this blog, I can help you too!