Psoriasis Treatment – Rockwall, TX

Our clinic offers psoriasis treatments in Rockwall including psoriasis light therapy. Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory skin issue with red, scaly skin patches.

What is Psoriasis?

Psoriasis causes the life cycle of skin cells to speed up. It can disappear and reappear and be anywhere from mild to severe at times.
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The most common type is plaque psoriasis. It presents as red, raised patches of skin with a buildup of silvery-white dead skin cells.

Some believe it to be contagious, but that is incorrect. It is a disease of the immune system.

What Causes Psoriasis?

Although the exact cause isn’t fully known, scientists believe psoriasis is the result of several factors, including the immune system.
It can appear on any part of the body but most often is seen on the hands or feet.

At What Age Do You Develop Psoriasis?

Psoriasis often occurs between the ages of 15 and 35, but can start at any age. It is very common in teenagers or young adults.

Associated Issues with Psoriasis

Many of the issues are more connected to how a person feels.
People with psoriasis can face discrimination or a stigma.
People with psoriasis can feel like other people avoid them, and might incorrectly think it is contagious.
It can also affect your quality of life. Having the soles of your feet and your hands affected creates a major impact on daily activities.

Different Types of Psoriasis

Plaque Psoriasis

The most common type of skin disease is plaque psoriasis. It accounts for almost 85% of all cases of psoriasis. This type of psoriasis normally presents as elevated inflamed areas of skin covered with white flaky skin. If you suffer from this condition in the Rockwall area, our plaque psoriasis treatment can help!

Flexural Psoriasis
Flexural Psoriasis presents as a smooth patch of inflamed skin that normally appears in the bends of the skin and is irritated by friction and sweat.
Guttate Psoriasis
Guttate Psoriasis presents as small round patches which are generally on larger body areas (arms, legs, scalp, and body core).
Pustular Psoriasis
Pustular Psoriasis presents as raised blister-like sores filled with pus, and generally occur on hands and feet, or spread over a large area of the body.
Nail Psoriasis

Nail Psoriasis creates a difference in the appearance of fingernails and toenails and can include ridges, discoloration, and thickening of the skin under the nails, among other things. We offer plaque psoriasis treatment in Rockwall to relieve your condition!

Erythrodermic psoriasis:
Erythrodermic psoriasis is the wide area of skin inflammation. This normally occurs over most of the body, and can create redness, swelling, itching, dryness, and pain.
Of all five, plaque psoriasis is the most common type.

Are Treatments Available?

Our clinic in Rockwall uses psoriasis light therapy or topical treatments that are generally used when psoriasis is limited to a specific part of the body.

Doctors can also prescribe oral or injectable treatments for widespread issues, especially if the quality of life is affected. Treatment choices will depend on the severity of your symptoms.
There are natural alternative solutions that can be considered.

Natural Alternatives

We offer a customized health improvement plan called Nutrition Response Testing, which gathers important information from your nervous system.

Nutrition Response Testing deals with your body’s imbalances and returns its operation to a state of balance – naturally and safely. Call us today to learn more about our psoriasis treatment in Rockwall.

Schedule a consultation today by calling (469) 769-1009

Schedule a consultation today by calling
(469) 769-1009

Nutritional Response Testing is a natural and non-invasive method to help with your psoriasis.
Rockwall Health Center | (469) 769-1009
Rockwall Health Center
(469) 769-1009

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