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Download the free app and take control
 

 
 

We created the free app, SymTrac™ Psoriasis, so you and your healthcare professionals can better understand the pattern and impact of your psoriasis on your skin and life over time, to support smarter decisions about your care.

The problem: We know that psoriasis is a condition that comes and goes. As luck would usually have it, bad days do not always coincide with your appointments with nurses, doctors and consultants. It can, therefore, be difficult to fully explain the impact of your psoriasis – on your skin and life - since your last visit.

The SymTrac™ Psoriasis App is here to help.

Download Symtrac™ Psoriasis Free


SymTrac™ has been designed by Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Ltd in partnership with people living with psoriasis. It is available for download on iOS and Android devices. Just click the logos below.

 

How SymTrac™ Psoriasis
can help put you in control


The SymTrac™ Psoriasis app allows you to record personalised data about your psoriasis in written and visual format using three simple tools:
A symptom diary and Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) questionnaire help track the pattern of your psoriasis symptoms and measure their impact on your quality of life over time.
 
A camera function enables you to upload photos of your skin, to which you can add notes to help capture the true extent of your psoriasis symptoms during a good or bad day.
Data is displayed in easy to read graphs, which can be emailed to your clinician ahead of your appointments. Alternatively, and if you prefer, you can e-mail them to yourself to print off and take with you.

Enhance your appointment


You're the expert on you

Here are a selection of tools to help you make the most of your valuable time with your doctor.

Find out how

Take your first step


Complete a DLQI

Help your doctor to help you by understanding how psoriasis impacts your quality of life.

Begin now

Tips and Resources


We know how you feel

See all the top tips and useful resources you can put into practice to help improve your skin and psoriasis care.

Learn more

PSO17-C014e September 2017