We understand the physical and emotional toll that psoriatic arthritis (PsA) can take on the lives of everyone it touches.1,2 That’s why we’ve designed a place to help you take control of your disease and your life. A central hub with the information you need. With the right tools, there are no limits to what you can achieve. Because every day should be filled with triumphs, no matter how big or small they may be.

Find out what causes PsA, whether there may be a genetic link, and if there’s anything else you should watch out for.

You’re twice as likely to suffer from depression if you have PsA than if you only have psoriasis – find out how to handle it.

With COVID-19 part of all our lives, you might not always need to see your doctor in the flesh.

Use our handy tracker to keep on top of how you’re feeling, so your doctor knows whether your treatment is working.

What’s the difference between psoriatic arthritis and psoriasis?

Exercise could help you manage your psoriatic arthritis.

You’re not alone – there are other patients with psoriatic arthritis, just like you out there.

Advice about dealing with the main PsA symptoms.

Get quick questions to the most common questions about
psoriatic arthritis.


  1. National Psoriasis Foundation. About psoriatic arthritis. Available at: https://www.psoriasis.org/about-psoriatic-arthritis Accessed: June 2020.
  2. WebMD. The emotional effects of psoriatic arthritis. Available at: https://www.webmd.com/arthritis/psoriatic-arthritis/the-emotional-toll-of-psoriatic-arthritis Accessed: June 2020