Six domains - Patient


What’s Your Combination?

Psoriatic arthritis affects each person differently.1 Take the questionnaire and find out more about the impact of your individual disease.

What are the results from people who discovered their combination?

With over 630 people completing the What’s Your Combination questionnaire so far, we have discovered some key insights on the impact of psoriatic arthritis. While psoriatic arthritis is a disease that can affect each person differently,1 it was found that respondents from the questionnaire share similarities.
Read the results to find out more.
Read the results here

How much do you know about psoriatic arthritis?

Psoriatic arthritis is a diverse and complex disease, affecting each person differently.1,2 There are six different manifestations or ‘domains’ that have been identified and people might experience (click to read more about domains here). So far, our questionnaire results have shown up to 57 various combinations of these domains, with 1 in 5 people experiencing all six. Find out more about the six domains of psoriatic arthritis, the ways it can impact your day-to-day life and how it can be managed.
How much do You know?

What’s Your Combination? Questionnaire

Developed alongside patients and rheumatologists, this questionnaire is designed to help you get a better understanding of your disease and your treatment preferences. Upon completion of the questionnaire, you will receive a personalised summary, including information to help you talk to your rheumatologist about its impact on your daily life and finding a treatment that works for you.
What's Your Combination?

Rheumatologist finder

A rheumatologist will be able to offer the best advice on managing your disease. The rheumatologist finder provides links to national registries to help you identify a local doctor.
Find a rheumatologist

Living with psoriatic arthritis

Learn how the combination of psoriatic arthritis domains can have an impact on a person. Maria, Ria and David share their own personal stories and advice for others.

Carers' Corner

Do you care for someone who has psoriatic arthritis? Here you will find advice on helping a loved one in daily life, social situations and managing their condition.
Do you care for someone with psoriatic arthritis?

Additional resources

Whether you are a patient or carer, there are a number of resources to help you better understand and manage psoriatic arthritis.
Explore the resources


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