The Rheumatology department provides quality care for inflammatory and autoimmune rheumatic diseases, degenerative conditions, and osteoporosis that affect joints, soft tissues, bones, and other connective tissues. Rheumatic diseases that can reach all age groups and both gender are the main cause of pain and inflammation in one or multiple joints, tendons, ligaments, muscles, and spine. The inflammatory rheumatic disorder can affect more than just joints, in some people, a wide variety of body systems, including the skin, eyes, lungs, heart, bowel, and blood vessels can be damaged.
We offer treatments for rheumatic diseases including:
Early diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Early diagnosis of Spondyloarthritis
Spondyloarthritis: Ankylosing Spondylitis; others related to Psoriasis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Gout (high uric acid, gout attack)
Chondrocalcinosis (knee, hand): Calcific tendinitis (shoulder, hip)
Inflammatory Rheumatic Diseases (autoimmune): Lupus (pains, rash, fatigue); Sjogren’s syndrome (pains, dryness); Systemic Sclerosis; Antiphospholipid Syndrome (recurrent miscarriages, thrombosis); Vasculitis; Dermatomyositis
Pain-related to tendonitis, bursitis
Chronic muscle pain – muscle spasm, trigger points
Postural imbalance – chronic joints and back pain
Our Rheumatologists offer specialized screenings and perform all the necessary laboratory tests and risk assessments to diagnose a wide range of bone and joint problems.