Occurring in 20-30% of patients with psoriasis, PsA causes painful joint stiffness and swelling, often becoming worse over time. Currently, there is no known cure for PsA.
Beyond Skin Deep: Impacts of Psoriatic Arthritis takes an in-depth look at PsA, exploring the care continuum from disease recognition to diagnosis to treatment.
This non-certified educational series is sponsored by Lilly. Content for this series is produced and controlled by ReachMD. This series is intended for healthcare professionals only.
Michael Greenberg, MD
Madelaine A. Feldman, MD, FACR
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Care Coordination Challenges in Psoriatic Arthritis
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Care Coordination Challenges in Psoriatic Art...
Alexis Ogdie, MD, MSCE
Unrecognized Comorbidities of Psoriatic Arthritis
Matt Birnholz, MD
Building Bridges: A Team-Based Approach to Psoriatic Arthritis Care
Why Is Psoriatic Arthritis Often Misdiagnosed?
Adrienne Rencic, MD, PhD
Care Collaborations for Psoriatic Arthritis in the Dermatology Setting
Jennifer Caudle, DO
Marina Magrey, MD
A Look at the Multi-Organ Impact of PsA
Psoriatic Arthritis: Moving Toward a Personalized Approach
Robin Dore, MD
Stories of Psoriatic Arthritis: One Patient's Lifelong Affliction
Robin K. Dore, MD
Stories of Psoriatic Arthritis: A Mother's Journey to Recovery
How PASI Scores Redefine Psoriatic Arthritis Patient Care
Elizabeth Volkmann, MD, MS
Minimal Disease Activity as Alternate Target in PsA
Understanding Treat-to-Target Strategy in the Management of PsA
J. Eugene Huffstutter, MD
Why Clinical Skills are Crucial to Early Psoriatic Arthritis Diagnosis
The Impact of Positive Communication with PsA Patients
How You Can Overcome the Biggest Challenge in PsA Care Coordination
Could You Be Missing Symptoms in Your PsA Patients?