To diagnose and manage your disease, you need a team of doctors. Your primary care physician could refer you to a dermatologist to make the diagnosis of skin psoriasis. If your disease is only related with the skin without any joint pain, a dermatologist could help you manage your skin symptoms. In case of joint pain, you need to see a rheumatologist to make the diagnosis of psoriatic arthritis. You need to build a long-term relationship with a rheumatologist to help manage your chronic condition. To help maintain mobility in the joints, physical therapists and occupational therapists could help you learn exercise that are good for the joints. They could also help you find assistive devices if needed.