Essay On Therapeutic Arthritis

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Psoriatic Arthritis Psoriatic Arthritis affects as estimated 24 in 10,000 people worldwide. Each year people are diagnosed with different types of Psoriatic Arthritis. Psoriatic Arthritis is associated with higher levels of stress, anxiety, environment, lifestyle, and possibly gene traits or inheritance. Also,
Psoriatic Arthritis is a type of autoimmune disease that occurs when the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue, in this case the joints and skin. In addition, children, teenagers, and adults are all diagnosed or at risk for Psoriatic Arthritis. Psoriatic Arthritis does not only mistakenly attack healthy tissue, but it also causes joint pain, stiffness, depression, swelling, and
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Spondylitis is also notorious for attacking the ligaments that connect muscle to bone and other connective tissue within the body. Finally, people who have this type seem to have some of the most pain. Another type of Psoriatic Arthritis is called, Arthritis Mutilans. Correspondingly, this type is the most severe towards permanently deforming the joints in the hands, tones, and any other joint within the human body. Furthermore, people with this type are not able to do much for their daily activities. Especially if the disease has progressed so much to where the joints are deforming or are already fully displaced. But this form is the most rarest out of all of the different types that there are. This type only affects about 5 percent of people who do have
Psoriatic Arthritis. The form of symptoms to any of these types of Psoriatic Arthritis can vary due to the different types that there are. In addition, symptoms can appear as inflammation, swelling, redness of a joint. Also, pain, stiffness, sausage-like fingers or toes, tendon or ligament pain can occur. Followed by skin rashes, nail changes, fatigues, and reduced range of motion,

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