Physiotherapy for Psoriasis-Arthritis-Psoriasis

Physiotherapy is an indispensable treatment method for rheumatic diseases, including psoriasis arthritis, the inflammatory psoriasis in the joints. There are various treatment methods for psoriatic arthritis that can be used in physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is the most important way to alleviate the symptoms of psoriasis arthritis. The aim of physiotherapy is to reduce pain in the … Read more

First symptoms | Physiotherapy for Psoriasis-Arthritis-Psoriasis

First symptoms In 75% of people affected by psoriatic arthritis, psoriasis appears first. The first symptoms are then dry, itchy and scaly patches, which usually appear first on the elbows, knees, head, armpits, gluteal fold or breast region. The inflammatory reaction in psoriasis is triggered by the fact that cells of the immune system penetrate … Read more

Knee Joint | Physiotherapy for Psoriasis-Arthritis-Psoriasis

Knee Joint The knee joint is also frequently affected by psoriatic arthritis. Those affected notice this by movement restrictions, pain and usually a significant swelling in the hollow of the knee. Here too, it is important to treat the symptoms immediately and get the inflammation under control so that it does not lead to the … Read more

Summary | Physiotherapy for Psoriasis-Arthritis-Psoriasis

Summary Overall, psoriatic arthritis is an incurable disease. However, if it is detected and treated early, the affected patients have a good chance of a long painless and painless period between attacks. It is important to consult a doctor in good time if symptoms are present so that appropriate therapy can be initiated in good … Read more

Cortisone Tablets Effects and Side Effects

Products Cortisone tablets are medicinal products which are intended for ingestion and contain active substances from the group of glucocorticoids. The tablets, water-soluble tablets and sustained-release tablets are usually monopreparations, which are often divisible. Glucocorticoids were first used medicinally in the late 1940s. Structure and properties The glucocorticoids contained in the drugs are derived from … Read more

Reiter’s syndrome

Synonyms: Reactive Arthritis, Reiter’s Disease, Polyarthritis Urethrica, Urethro-conjunctivo-synovial Syndrome Definition Reiter’s syndrome describes an inflammatory joint disease that can occur as a secondary disease after inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract or the urogenital tract (urinary tract). Actually, Reiter’s syndrome comprises three or four main symptoms and is considered a special form of reactive arthritis. Causes … Read more

Symptoms | Reiter’s syndrome

Symptoms In the case of a Reiter syndrome, the so-called Reiter triad is described. Possibly these can be completed by a further symptom to the Reiter triad. Arthritis, inflammation of the ureteral mucosa (urethritis) and conjunctivitis (conjunctivitis) or iritis are among the Reiter triad: The Reiter triad also includes the so-called Reiter dermatosis: This dermatosis … Read more

Prognosis | Reiter’s syndrome

Prognosis Complete healing after 12 months is seen in 80% of cases. A more favorable prognosis has a disease with only single symptoms compared to a fully developed Reiter syndrome. Patients with positive HLA-B27 or with a severe course of the disease may have a tendency to have a chronic course. The Reiter syndrome was … Read more

Pain above the hip

Introduction Pain above the hip can be caused by various diseases or injuries of the locomotor system. Some diseases are mentioned in this article by way of example and presented in more detail. During the physical examination of the spinal column and thorax, attention is paid to the curvature of the spinal column and the … Read more

Localization of pain | Pain above the hip

Localization of pain The localization of the pain gives an important indication of the cause. For this reason, the pain is discussed below according to its location. Various causes can be present for right-sided pain above the hip. If the pain is felt more at the back of the back above the hip, it is … Read more


Products Pure sulfur is available in pharmacies and drugstores. It is found in creams, shampoos and sulfur baths, among other products. Structure and properties The pharmacopoeia defines sulfur for external use (S, Mr = 32.07 g/mol) as a yellow powder that is practically insoluble in water. Sulfur melts at about 119°C to form a red … Read more