It is found in people with a genetic burden (about 50% of patients are relatives of psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis); viral and bacterial infections, mechanical injuries, stress and drugs.
It can lead to joint destruction and malfunction.
The most important symptoms are pain, stiffness and swelling of the joints with restriction of their mobility, inflammation symptoms also include tendons and bursitis; tendonitis of the finger (joints, tendons, subcutaneous tissue are attacked), deformities of joints.
this is treated pharmacologically and physiotherapeutically.
Physiotherapeutic treatments: Kinesitherapy, laser therapy, topical and systemic cryotherapy and electrotherapy help reduce pain and arthritis, alleviate skin symptoms and relax muscular system; Their application requires a thorough health assessment and consideration of possible contraindications.