Although there is no cure for PsA, most patients have their disease under control and lead meaningful lives. Sustained and increasing research is necessary. Specialised and dedicated PsA clinics may result in better outcomes. Some patients may require the care from different specialties including rheumatology, dermatology, gastroenterology and ophthalmology to manage manifestations in bone / joint, skin, inflammation of bowel, and inflammation of eyes.
Currently, there are various good drug treatments that can reduce joint swelling and pain, slow down joint damage and preserve function. Some drugs can control both skin and joint disease.
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