Psoriatic Arthritis fueled patellofemoral

Posted Wed 20 Mar 2019 4.07am by WilliamTi

Ive been diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis and an "unorthodox" case of patellofemoral which is extremely sensitive to any stress put on my knees. I have only ever had tendon symptoms, no joint issues from my arthritis (until this). I was wondering if anyone has had a similar thing go on and how it was delt with

Posted Mon 1 Apr 2019 8.30am by joe
50%-ish psoriasis coverage, scalp, elbows, shoulders, back, stomach, calves, toes

I had joint pain everywhere until I started blending vegetables and fruits for breakfast every day. Years of pain vanished in a matter of weeks. I know this won't work for everyone but in my case my diet must have been missing something critical that my body was craving.

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