Phototherapy may be right for you

Phototherapy (or light therapy) involves exposing the skin to ultraviolet (UV) light on a regular schedule and under medical supervision. Treatments can be done in a health care provider’s office or at home with a home phototherapy unit. The key to success with phototherapy is consistency. Phototherapy has been used to treat psoriasis for over 100 years and remains a popular and important treatment today.

 
A hand with light skin and visible psoriasis on a surface with a gloved hand holding a phototherapy device above.

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