You may not realize that musculoskeletal conditions can have inflammatory consequences, but the truth is, a rheumatologist may be required to help you recover from a number of them. When inflammation strikes in your joints and muscles, it can become extremely difficult to engage in the activities you enjoy -- or even the ones you need to complete to move through your daily life.
At Southland Rheumatology Center, our experienced team of board-certified rheumatologists can provide you with patient-first treatment and management help for musculoskeletal conditions such as soft tissue rheumatism and fibromyalgia. Combining a passion for cutting-edge therapies with a promise to provide the most conservative treatments possible, we’ll deliver the most up-to-date, minimally-invasive options for your condition. We promise to listen to you thoroughly and help you develop a treatment plan that works for you.
If inflammatory musculoskeletal pain is having a negative impact on 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.
Musculoskeletal conditions are a wide range of ailments that affect the tissues that make up your body, including muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones. While you may see an orthopedic surgeon to correct many of these issues, some symptoms and conditions are more inflammatory in nature, making it necessary for you to seek care from a rheumatologist.
These conditions include the following common types, and more:
All of these conditions carry their own struggles, but all are associated with chronic pain and loss of mobility. If you’re struggling with pain in your joints due to a musculoskeletal condition, don’t let your problem 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.
Both musculoskeletal conditions and patients’ bodies come in a wide variety, and no two cases will be exactly the same. That’s why Southland Rheumatology Center will ensure that the treatment you receive for your musculoskeletal condition will be tailored to your unique needs as an individual person, as well as your individual diagnosis.
All patients who are struggling with autoimmune-related musculoskeletal concerns will also benefit from physical therapy, which helps to restore strength and mobility in your affected muscles.
One of the most tried-and-true methods of finding pain relief for a damaged muscle before you can receive medical attention is known as the RICE method:
While the RICE method can help you find temporary pain relief, it’s important to see a rheumatologist or an orthopedist when pain persists!
Yes! Southland Rheumatology Center is proud to accept insurance, and many patients are able to receive coverage for their musculoskeletal treatment plan. Please visit our page 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.
Absolutely, yes. Physical therapy is not optional -- it’s an absolutely essential part of your recovery from your musculoskeletal condition, as much as any other part of your treatment plan. Our physical is here to collaborate with your rheumatologist and offer you tailor-made care at every step of the way.