This Saturday, Government relaxing of the rules here in the UK is going to feel like a day to celebrate for many. But as one of the approximate 2.2m people who have been classed as ‘high risk’ and more or less confined to our homes since March under the guidance[Read More…]
A recent flare reminded me that arthritis is far wider reaching than physical pain and limitations alone. Alongside my independence, PsA deprives me of my confidence and interferes with relationships and friendships. This is my story of how I changed my default behavior and let the world into my arthritis[Read More…]
An event in 2014 changed my outlook on how I approached routine medical procedures and to this day, I still have ‘white coat syndrome’ whenever I enter a hospital. This is my story of when liver biopsies go wrong.
Recently, I interviewed Nanci Saad of My Autoimmune Adventures. I have been following Nanci’s Facebook blog for a number of months and she has also been a great supporter of my work.
This is her incredible story of managing multiple autoimmune conditions.
What does it feel like to be sick during a global pandemic? When everyone is helping, your arthritis makes you feel more like a burden.
Psoriatic arthritis (often shorted to ‘PsA’) is a type of arthritis that normally impacts people who have the more commonly known psoriasis skin condition.
A poem about how physical disability impacts you reaching your goals.
My latest article for Psoriatic-Arthritis.com has been published. A reflective journal approach to a typical week managing psoriatic arthritis.
Thursday 19th March, a day that will long live with me. I was walking my dog on a grey, chilly morning. Still carrying the limp on my right leg from the pain which had kept me off work the last four weeks; I received a phone call. It was my[Read More…]
In this article we discuss why are biologics and coronavirus (Covid-19) such a dangerous combination