The Psoriasis Association
Psoriasis is an immune condition, which causes symptoms on the skin and sometimes the joints. When a person has psoriasis, their skin replacement process speeds up, taking just a few days to replace skin cells that usually take 21-28 days. This abundance of skin cells builds up to form raised 'plaques' on the skin, which can also be flaky, scaly, red on caucasion skin, darker patches on darker skin tones, and itchy. Psoriasis can occur on any area of the body, including the scalp, hands, feet and genitals, although different types tend to occur on different areas.
Who to contact
Where to go
- The Psoriasis Association
Dick Coles House
- NN7 4BF
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday to Friday 9am - 2.30pm
- Time of day
- Referral Details
The Psoriasis Association is the leading national charity and membership organisation for people affected by psoriasis in the UK.
Through our work, we help people whose lives are affected by psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. We do this through funding research, providing information and advice through our helpline, website and social media, and raising awareness. We provide reliable, NHS Information Standard-accredited patient literature free of charge.
- Other notes
We understand that psoriasis can occur at any point in life and can also impact on the lives of friends and families of people with the condition. For this reason we have speically tailored informaiton for children with psoriasis through out main website and helpline and our sister website for teenagers and young people with psoriasis (www.psoteen.org.uk) - it is packed with hints and tips regarding living with psoriasis at this important time of life and gives opportunity to talk to others experiencing similar life events.
What's App helpline No. 07387716439