PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS: HOW IS PHYSICAL THERAPY DONE? - ORTHOPEDIC DISEASES

Physiotherapy for Arthritis caused by Psoriasis



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The physiotherapeutic treatment for psoriatic arthritis depends on the severity of the disease and should be directed towards the relief of its symptoms and improvement of the function of each affected joint, being important the use of the remedies indicated by the rheumatologist because without them the disease evolves and the physiotherapy becomes inefficient