Our immune systems are designed to protect our bodies from that which can hurt us. But sometimes, your immune system may work too hard, becoming unnecessarily responsive and causing inflammation and pain in your joints. This is inflammatory arthritis, and although the symptoms can be painful, uncomfortable and damaging to your quality of life, there is treatment available!
At Southland Rheumatology Center, our experienced, coordinated rheumatology team can provide you with patient-first treatment and mitigation techniques for managing your inflammatory arthritis symptoms. Combining a passion for cutting-edge therapies with a promise to provide conservative treatment options that focus on your needs, we’ll deliver the most up-to-date, minimally-invasive options available for treating your inflammatory arthritis. We promise to listen to you thoroughly and help you develop a treatment plan that works for you.
If inflammatory arthritis is impacting your quality of life, don’t hesitate to find relief. It’s time to reach out to Southland Rheumatology Center and schedule your first appointment with our team today.
When inflammatory arthritis strikes, your immune system begins reacting as if your body is under attack. It begins to fight against your body’s own tissues, causing serious inflammation in your joints that results in pain, discomfort, and even a loss of mobility.
Inflammatory arthritis comes in a few key types, including the following:
Each of these conditions have slightly unique symptoms, but nearly all of them are associated with chronic pain. If you’re struggling with pain in your joints due to inflammatory arthritis, don’t let the condition progress and worsen. Reach out to the experts at Southland Rheumatology Center to receive the accurate diagnosis you deserve and begin developing your tailor-made treatment plan.
Because inflammatory arthritis comes in a variety of types, it’s important to remember that each kind will require a unique form of joint inflammation treatment. Likewise, no two patients are the same, and Southland Rheumatology Center is committed to providing tailor-made treatment that strives to address your specific needs.
The most common treatments for each of the aforementioned inflammatory arthritis types include:
While injections can be an effective solution to a number of problems, some patients prefer an option that requires fewer doses and offers results for a longer period of time. If this describes you, you may consider for arthritis.
Yes! Southland Rheumatology Center is proud to accept insurance, and many patients are able to receive coverage for their inflammatory arthritis treatment. Please visit our to view our list of accepted providers -- if you don’t see your provider listed, we encourage you to give us a call and discuss your options with our friendly, knowledgeable staff.
Yes! Physical therapy for arthritis in the knee is not optional, nor is physical therapy for arthritis in the shoulder and other affected joints. it’s an absolutely essential part of your recovery from and management of inflammatory arthritis, as much as any other part of your treatment plan. Our is here to collaborate with your rheumatologist and offer you tailor-made care at every step of the way.
At Southland Rheumatology Center, we make it as simple as possible for you to get back to living your life the way you love to live it. Just use our to make your appointment, and please feel free to call us with any questions you have prior to your visit. We’re here to help.