Posts Tagged ‘Psoriatic Arthritis’

  • It’s Simple: Who Gets Dactylitis or “Sausage finger”?

    Dactylitis and diagnosis A woman I know is an educated patient who has worked hard to make certain she is diagnosed and treated appropriately. Recently, she showed pictures of swollen fingers to her rheumatologist and had her diagnosis changed again. Her doctor explained that the swelling in her photo looked like dactylitis or “sausage finger.” […]

  • Recent Biologics Commercials by Amgen & Abbott Hit New Notes

    Abbott’s commercials feature destruction of pianos and bicycles Commercials for Biologics like Enbrel and Humira have come a long way in the last two years. Could our perspective be having an impact on marketers? I don’t know. But the new Abbott ads are remarkable compared to the old baloney. The new message: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) […]

  • Resistance to Rheumatology Treatment: Blog Carnival #3

    Would anyone oppose rheumatological treatment? A recent column in a California newspaper prompted a response from rheumatology patients and parents of juvenile rheumatology patients. There are 61 comments already on my post Don’t Take Those Meds for RA or Juvenile Arthritis, plus a handful of comments on the original article. Danielle, a mom who writes […]

  • Joint Pain Relief: Some Fun Tactics & Dates to Save

    There are some special events you won’t want to miss coming up on the blog! Meanwhile, it has been a blockbuster week here and I hope you’ll look back and check out any posts you might have missed. Lots of info from the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) meeting and a couple of new video […]

  • Psoriatic Arthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

      What is Psoriatic Arthritis? Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease which causes a red, itchy, scaly rash. Most frequently, the rash, called plaque, appears on elbows and knees. Some people with psoriasis also develop symptoms which are similar to Rheumatoid Arthritis. This is classified as a separate disease called Psoriatic Arthritis (PA). According to the […]

Would You Like Free Email Updates?
Stay in touch with RA Warrior.
We respect your privacy. Your email address will never be shared.