Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by the rapid buildup of skin cells, leading to the formation of thick, red, and scaly patches on the skin’s surface. These patches can be itchy, painful, and may crack, bleed, or cause discomfort. It is believed to be a result of genetic factors combined with an overactive immune response. Triggers such as stress, infections, certain medications, and environmental factors can exacerbate the condition.
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If you or a loved one are struggling with psoriasis, we are here to help. Contact us to schedule an appointment and take the first step towards managing your psoriasis effectively. Your skin health is our priority, and together, we can find a solution that brings relief and improves your quality of life.


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    Psoriasis- Frequently Asked Questions

    Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin condition that results in the rapid overproduction of skin cells, leading to the formation of thick, red, and scaly patches on the skin's surface.

    No, psoriasis is not contagious. It is an autoimmune disorder caused by an overactive immune response, and it cannot be spread from person to person.

    Psoriasis flare-ups can be triggered by various factors, including stress, infections (like strep throat), cold weather, certain medications, smoking, alcohol consumption, and skin injuries.

    Diagnosing psoriasis typically involves a visual examination of the affected skin by a dermatologist. In some cases, a skin biopsy may be necessary to confirm the diagnosis.

    Yes, psoriasis can extend beyond the skin and affect joints, leading to a condition known as psoriatic arthritis. It is important to monitor for joint pain and stiffness if you have psoriasis.

    Treatment options for psoriasis vary depending on the severity of the condition. They may include topical treatments, phototherapy, systemic medications, biologics, and combination therapies. Your dermatologist will recommend the most appropriate treatment plan for you.

    Yes, certain lifestyle changes can complement medical treatments and help manage psoriasis. Maintaining a healthy diet, managing stress levels, avoiding triggers, and using moisturizers can be beneficial.



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