Dr. Rebecca Manno explains how it’s not all about sticking to a particular exercise when you have RA; it’s about finding what exercise is right for you.
Get to know your psoriatic arthritis and make note of your experiences. You can help your doctor monitor your psoriatic arthritis by sharing your experience of symptoms and life impact for you. While lifestyle changes alone are not enough, there are things you can do to help control your psoriatic arthritis. Maintaining an ideal body weight is essential for psoriatic arthritis both for disease activity, and for decreasing your cardiovascular risk and the risk of fatty liver.
There are many herbs and supplements that have been found to be beneficial in curbing arthritis pain, however, you should always be mindful of the potential risks and side effects. In this video, Dr. Dana DiRenzo discusses the different complementary and alternative medicines that may be beneficial to a patient with psoriatic arthritis.