PsA Action Month

About 1 in 3 people with psoriasis develop psoriatic arthritis.

Stiff joints and cracking skin. Disabled hands and feet. Life with PsA is no picnic, but thanks to the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) Community, life with PsA is also full of connection, hope, progress, and togetherness.

PsA Action Month is our opportunity to come together in a show of support for all those impacted by PsA.

PsA Action Month 2024 - Answer 5 Questions to Screen for PsA

PsA Action Month 2024 - Get the Free PsA Action Month E-Kit

PsA Action Month 2024 - Support Critical PsA Research

PsA Action Month 2024 - Share your story on Instagram #ThisIsPsA

From the Community – #ThisIsPsA

Alta Birdsong - This is PsA - PsA Action Month 2024

Alta Birdsong Proves That a Life With Less Pain Is Possible

This world traveler has had psoriasis for over 60 years and psoriatic arthritis for nearly 40. She has no plans to slow down.

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A person's hands show the effects of psoriatic arthritis.

Psound Bytes™ Podcast: How PsA Domains Impact Treatment Choices

Learn about the PsA domains and how they influence the choice of treatments from rheumatologist Dr. Arthur Kavanaugh.

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A man pointing at his back while a doctor examines him.

Psound Bytes™ Podcast: Psoriatic Arthritis and Your Aching Back

Learn about the sacroiliac joint to the cervical spine from rheumatologist Dr. Atul Deodhar.

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Andrea Klockow - This is PsA - PsA Action Month 2024

Managing Chronic Pain and Fatigue

Andrea Klockow discovers that the key to reducing pain is reducing inflammation.

Read Andrea's story

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