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3 reasons to trust a rheumatologist as your partner in care

  • They are well-equipped to evaluate your psoriatic arthritis (PsA) symptoms
  • They can help you set treatment goals and develop a treatment plan to help you reach them
  • They can help you navigate challenges and celebrate any wins in your treatment

Why choose a rheumatologist?

Both dermatologists and rheumatologists can help treat skin symptoms of PsA, but a rheumatologist can best help treat the joint symptoms of PsA, including pain, swelling, and stiffness.

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Ace the conversation

There can be a lot to discuss during a rheumatologist appointment, so you’ve got to be prepared.

When it comes to treating your PsA, who takes the lead?

Preparing for a visit with your PsA specialist can help you make the
most of your time together. The Appointment Checklist can help you
discuss symptoms, challenges, goals, and more. Start the
Appointment Checklist now >

Preparing for a visit with your PsA specialist can help you make the
most of your time together. The Appointment Checklist can help you
discuss symptoms, challenges, goals, and more. Start the
Appointment Checklist now >

If you want to manage PsA symptoms, set treatment goals, and
celebrate wins along the way, a rheumatologist is your best teammate.
Now it’s time to pick your partner. Find a rheumatologist >

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What that means for you

Since PsA is a lifelong condition, finding a rheumatologist you can confidently partner with can have benefits for years to come.