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Managing Psoriatic Arthritis and Knee Pain

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 psoriatic-arthritis.com, 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.

To read, visit: https://psoriatic-arthritis.com/living/managing-knee-pain/

2 Comments

  1. I’m in bed, on steroids with a horrible RA knee flare, so a timely article for me, and even more so in that just reminded me to take my painkillers! That’s your good deed for the day!

    • So sorry to hear you are having a rough time of it. 🙁 Glad I was able to be of some help, however 🙂

      Stay strong, my friend.

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Joel Nelson

Joel Nelson

Joel has lived with numerous forms of arthritis most of his life, with the onset when he was just 11 years old. In 2019, Joel created his blog, JoelvsArthritis to share his experiences, raise awareness and to be an advocate for those with arthritis and other autoimmune conditions. In his short writing career, Joel has written for a number of leading autoimmune and disability charities and is a community advocate and writer for Psoriatic-Arthritis.com. Read his arthritis story here: https://joelvsarthritis.co.uk/my-story

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