PsA is a condition that can causes inflammation of the joints, usually affecting people with psoriasis.

This roadmap will help you understand how to manage PsA

Read about how PsA is diagnosed.

PsA can affect more than your joints. Find out how it may affect other parts of your body.

Discussion about PsA and how it may affect you.

Discussion about the many ways PsA can present in someone.

Discussion about the prevalence of undiagnosed inflammatory arthritis in the community.

Suzie talks about the first steps to take following a diagnosis of inflammatory arthritis.

If you think you might have PsA, complete this questionnaire & take it to your doctor.

People with PsA typically have Psoriasis, a condition characterised by the rapid growth of skin cells.

Enthesitis can cause pain and stiffness at the point where the tendons and ligaments attach to the bone.

Uveitis is inflammation in the eye. Find out about causes, symptoms and treatments.

Arthritis can affect many areas of the body. Read about the different areas of the body it can affect.

Read how arthritis can affect joints in your ankles, feet and toes.

Read how arthritis can affect the neck.

Read how arthritis can affect the shoulder.

Many people with PsA will experience back pain. Read how arthritis can affect the back.

Hip pain can occur in PsA. Read how arthritis can affect your hips.

Read how the joints in your fingers, thumbs, knuckles and wrists can be affected by arthritis.

The knee is commonly affected by PsA. Read how PsA can affect the knee.

Read why PsA puts you at greater risk for heart disease, and what you can do to protect yourself.

Having PsA can put you at risk of developing metabolic co-morbidities. Read about ways to reduce your risk.

PsA can increase your risk of Inflammatory bowel disease. Read about ways to reduce your risk.