Top 7 Reasons To See A Rheumatologist
Rheumatology is a specialized medical field that focuses on diagnosing and treating connective tissue diseases. If you’re experiencing joint pain, rashes, or other symptoms, a rheumatologist can help. In this article, we’ll explore the top 7 reasons to see a rheumatologist and why SNS Rheumatology is the best choice for your healthcare needs.
What Does a Rheumatologist Do?
Rheumatologists are medical specialists who are trained to diagnose and treat rheumatological diseases, such as arthritis and lupus. They consult and examine patients closely, analyze presenting complaints and history, recommend valid laboratory investigation tests, advise treatments and prescribe medications, monitor patients by maintaining proper checkups and follow-ups, and counsel patients and educate them regarding treatment procedures.
Top 7 Reasons to See a Rheumatologist
- For general consultation
- You’re experiencing persistent joint pain
- You have noticed rashes on your face
- Your joints are swollen
- For the diagnosis of underlying diseases
- Unexplained fever
- To receive the right rheumatological treatments
Common Diseases Treated at SNS Rheumatology
Rheumatology covers a vast range of connective tissue diseases. Some of the most commonly reported diseases in our practice are arthritis, osteoarthritis, systemic lupus erythematous, gout, skin diseases, and vasculitis.
Treatments Offered at SNS Rheumatology
At SNS Rheumatology, we offer a range of treatments, including basic consultation, medical prescriptions, corticosteroidal injections, viscosupplementation therapies, and PRP therapy.
When to See a Rheumatologist
If you notice any of the following conditions, you should see a rheumatologist immediately: pain that does not subside with over-the-counter painkillers, severe swelling of the joints, an unexplained high-grade fever, discomfort and feeling of uneasiness during mobility, skin rashes that are becoming worse over time, and profused bleeding when there is a cut.
How Often Should You Consult a Rheumatologist?
According to WHO recommendations and our rheumatologists’ advice, patients should seek consultation with a rheumatology expert within every six months interval. Early diagnosis and treatment can prevent diseases from progressing to an advanced stage.
Why SNS Rheumatology?
At SNS Rheumatology Clinic, we have a well-personalized staff who deals with patients, highly experienced doctors and rheumatologists, 100% patient satisfaction response, all our para-medical staff members are equally trained, we closely monitor each and every patient, we ensure to provide comfort and care to all, all our procedures are minimally invasive and are devoid of side effects, and we work on patient’s feedback and suggestion very keenly.
Take Action Now!
Schedule an Appointment with SNS Rheumatology.
If you’re experiencing joint pain, rashes, swelling, or other symptoms, it may be time to see a rheumatologist. SNS Rheumatology offers a range of treatments for connective tissue diseases and our experienced doctors and staff are dedicated to providing the best possible care to our patients. Remember, early diagnosis and treatment can prevent diseases from progressing to an advanced stage, so don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with us.
To make your appointment even easier, we offer online booking through our website. You can also find more information about our services and staff on our website. At SNS Rheumatology, we’re committed to providing you with personalized care and the best possible outcomes for your health
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Meet Dr. Qaisar Usmani, a Board Certified Rheumatologist with over 20 years of experience in the field, currently serving as Section Chief at Monmouth Medical Center and GPHA, Inc. in Pennsylvania, specializing in the treatment of various Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal diseases.
Meet Dr. Sadia Ghafoor, a board certified specialist in rheumatology who completed her medical training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry School of Osteopathic Medicine and her fellowship in rheumatology at the State University of New York Stony Brook campus, with additional board certification in internal medicine.
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