Psoriatic arthritis picks its fights in many areas of the body. For me, my neck is the most painful, followed by my back. Most inconvenient, however, is when my disease is active in my knees.

Knee pain is by far the most complicated for my wider health and physical ability. In this article, I’ll explain why.

An article I wrote for, entitled ‘Managing Psoriatic Arthritis and Knee Pain’ has been published on their website this week.

In it, I talk about why disease in my knee causes so many problems and what my top tips are for managing knee pain.

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Arthritis and Psoriasis Patient Advocate, Writer And Consultant. Owner Of The Pain Company.

I share my story of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis to raise awareness and specialise in pain, parenting (with disability) and the mental health impact of living with chronic illness. I write and campaign for leading charities and organisations. In addition, I provide patient experience consultancy for both charities and global healthcare companies.

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