Psoriatic Arthritis

Arthritis caused by psoriasis is called psoriatic arthritis. Psoriatic arthritis causes pain, inflammation and swellings in joints. Psoriatic arthritis can be very severe and disabling to some people. Again, western dermatologist do not think there is a cure for psoriatic arthritis.

Symptoms of Psoriatic Arthritis

The early symptoms of psoriatic arthritis is pain and stiffness of joints. The inflammation causes redness and swelling around the joints. Tendons are also affected with psoriatic arthritis.

Causes of Psoriatic Arthritis

One of of ten people with psoriasis develops psoriatic arthritis. Arthritis usually appears first before psoriasis. Psoriatic arthritis is a special kind of arthritis which occurs only in people with psoriasis.

Diagnosis of Psoriatic Arthritis

It is difficult for dermatologist to diagnose early stage of psoriatic arthritis as there is no test that can clearly find out evidence of psoriatic arthritis. In fact, there are other factors that may cause arthritis. Blood tests and X-rays test are usually used to distinguish psoriatic arthritis from other types of arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis.


Traditional Treatment for Psoriatic Arthritis

There are many types of non-steroid cream for psoriatic arthritis. These creams have anti-inflammatory properties and is used to control the progression of psoriatic arthritis. Dermatologist often prescribe topical non-steroid cream as the first line medications to treat psoriatic arthritis.

Steroid Injection to Treat Psoriatic Arthritis

For severe psoriatic arthritis, systemic treatment such as steroid injection is used. After steroid treatment, people often have a control over joint inflammation.

DMARDs Treatment for Psoriatic Arthritis

disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs or DMARDs, aim at prevention of joint damage. DMARDs treatment should be used as early as possible to prevent severe damage to the joints. Sulfasalazine and methotrexate are the most commonly used DMARDs to treat psoriatic arthritis and other kinds of psoriasis.


Prognosis on Psoriatic Arthritis

Like psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis is very difficult to treat and cure if your treatment options are only limited to western prescription medicine. Most of psoriatic arthritis cases are progressive disease that eventually lead to loss of joints function after receiving numerous western prescription treatments. In fact, psoriatic arthritis is incurable, just like psoriasis. Herbal and natural remedies open up another treatment option for people who are frustrated by western medicine.

Home Treatment to Cure Psoriatic Arthritis

Herbal medicine provides an opportunity for the incurable disease. Our Monk herbal medicine works in a completely different protocol than western medicine as our herbalist insist on clearing up heat and toxin in blood by cooling the blood with Monk herbal cream, shampoo, ointment, lotion, spray, oil, etc. A few months of herbal remedy will reverse the triggering condition and return of normal joints.

Indications of Monk Herbal Cream, Lotion, Ointment, Spray, Oil, Shampoo

Apply only twice on affected skin or joints each day for a few months is all you need to do for the herbal treatment to cure psoriatic arthritis. No need to consult your doctor or dermatologist as the herbal medicine is safe to use for long term. In fact, the herbal cream is much more safer than steroid cream. Keep in mind that herbal medicine is much better than western prescription medicine in terms of efficacy, safety, convenience and side effects.




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