Rheumatologists are medical doctors (MD or DO) who are specially trained to diagnose
and treat various autoimmune disorders and illness that affect the musculoskeletal
system. Most are Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Rheumatology. After
Medical school, Rheumatologists receive 3 years of training in Internal Medicine
and then anywhere from 2 to 3 years additional training in the diagnosis and treatment
of rheumatic diseases.
Our office takes care of patients with arthritis and diseases that cause arthritis.
We also see patients for inflammatory autoimmune conditions and muscle disorders.
For our patients we offer on site blood drawing, carpal tunnel nerve testing and
musculoskeletal ultrasound for diagnosis and guided injections.