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With rheumatoid arthritis, you become used to frequent adjustments to manage how you feel. On the plus side, new medicines are continually emerging. The challenge is finding the best doctor—with a team to match—who can go with you as you navigate the journey. And that's just what we offer: expert teams who solely treat rheumatoid arthritis and serious autoimmune diseases.
We can help you:
Some types of treatments for rheumatoid arthritis here may be familiar, and others may be worth asking about. We'd love to help.
Biologic infusions or injections offer promising results for rheumatoid arthritis. These newer drugs interrupt immune system signals that cause damage to joint tissue. They can be effective when traditional medicines aren't working.
Our Center for Joint Replacement will prepare you for total or partial joint replacement surgery.
Corticosteroids (such as prednisone) are a common form of steroid injection. Your doctor may use a combination of drugs for the injection. Some injections are a one-time treatment, others are given in a series over a few weeks. Pain relief can last weeks to months, depending on the condition and severity.
Pain medicine varies greatly. People respond differently to different medicines. You'll work closely with your doctor to find the best type.
Our experienced doctors and specialists are ready to serve you and your family, right in your own community.