Rheumatology Doctors

Get an Expert Rheumatology Doctor

Find Your Path to Personalized Rheumatology Care with SNS Rheumatology

Dealing with chronic inflammation and body pain can be daunting, but you no longer have to face it all alone. 

At SNS Rheumatology, you’ll find a team that listens, understands, and takes action. We’re dedicated to delivering a high caliber of care that addresses the full spectrum of rheumatological conditions. Our specialists, including Dr. Usmani, have decades of experience, and our caring team ensures that every aspect of your rheumatological care is managed with precision and compassion.

You deserve to be in the best of your health, and we make sure you do. But before that, do you even need a rheumatology specialist?


Our Comprehensive Rheumatology Services

Which Rheumatic Conditions and Autoimmune Disorders Do We Treat?


  • Expert care for rheumatoid arthritis
  • Advanced treatment options for psoriatic arthritis

Connective Tissue

  • Personalized management plans for lupus
  • Targeted therapies for scleroderma


  • Comprehensive strategies for osteoarthritis
  • Specialized care for osteoporosis

Metabolic and
Crystal Arthropathies

  • Innovative approaches to managing gout
  • Treatment for pseudogout and related conditions

Chronic Pain
and Fibromyalgia

  • Holistic pain management programs
  • Multidisciplinary approaches to musculoskeletal pain syndromes

Specialized Care for Autoimmune and Inflammatory Disorders

  • Ankylosing spondylitis
  • Vasculitis and vascular inflammatory diseases
  • Tailored care plans for various conditions
Rheumatology Specialist

Enjoy a Pain-Free and Active Life-Style

When to Look for a Rheumatology Specialist?

Without going into any medical terms, you should see a rheumatologist if you have been previously diagnosed with arthritis, chronic joint pains, or a rheumatic disease. 

Rheumatic is a medical term that means inflammation of the muscles, joints, and tendons, and in some cases, it can mean a specific autoimmune disorder, too. But diagnosing when your own immune system is attacking your body can be tricky, especially after COVID-19, which triggered mass inflammation in most people. 

This is why an early diagnosis helps to rule out other conditions and save your vital organs from further damage. Here is an overview of all the rheumatology services we offer for the following rheumatic conditions.

Rheumatology Specialist

How Do Our Rheumatology Doctors Work?

Book Your
Appointment Online

Fill out the patient form or just drop a call.

Wait for Our Representative
to Get in Touch

Our representative will get back to you asking for a few necessary details.

Hear About Your
Scheduled Appointment

Your patient portal will be created where you can see your scheduled appointment.

Visit the Site
(Must for First Appointment)

Show up for your first appointment on-site, get a physical check-up, and freely talk with our rheumatology consultant.

Stay Updated on
our Patient Portal

Manage your follow-ups, and any subsequent appointments will show up in your patient portal.

Schedule an

Delaying your treatment of chronic inflammation can be fatal. Don’t hesitate or suffer in silence.
Let us help you feel better.


Commonly Asked Questions by our Patients

How Do I Book an Appointment for a Rheumatology Specialist at SNS Rheumatology?

It’s an easy two-step process. For your very first appointment with a rheumatology specialist, you can either fill out the patient forms or drop a direct call for an appointment. Our representative will get in touch with you right away. Once that is done, your very own patient portal will be created, and all your subsequent appointments will be scheduled there.

Can I Ask for a Rheumatology Doctor of My Choice?

Of course, yes! You get to decide which rheumatology specialist to choose. Our main motto is to provide you with hassle-free rheumatology doctors of your choice right when you need them.

What to Expect in my First Rheumatology Consultation at SNS?

You can expect a cheerful and caring rheumatology specialist who will be asking you about your medical history, your routine, and your symptoms. Once that is done, they will examine the affected areas of your body in a physical examination.

How Long is a Typical Session with a Rheumatology Doctor?

The first session typically lasts for about 30-45 minutes as you will be given a physical examination. The subsequent sessions are short and usually take about 15 minutes each.

Can I Ask for a Virtual Appointment with a Rheumatology Specialist?

In case you are unable to commute to the site, we can arrange for an online session. However, your first session must be on-site since your rheumatology doctor needs to examine you physically.