The Rheumatology Department at Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute stands as a vital resource for patients suffering from rheumatic conditions. This specialized team of experts focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting joints, muscles, and the immune system. Through accurate diagnosis, comprehensive treatment plans, and a focus on patient education, the department empowers patients to take control of their musculoskeletal health. With a team of skilled rheumatologists and a commitment to integrated care, the Institute upholds its mission of providing high-quality and patient-centered healthcare. We are equipped with advanced diagnostic tools and imaging technology. This includes laboratory tests, ultrasound, and other specialized diagnostic procedures that aid in accurate diagnosis and treatment planning.
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RA is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the joints. Our specialists offer comprehensive care, including disease-modifying medications and targeted therapies, to manage RA effectively and prevent joint damage.Know more
OA is a degenerative joint disease. Our rheumatologists provide personalized treatment plans, including medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle guidance, to alleviate OA symptoms and improve joint function.Know more
SLE is a complex autoimmune disease that affects multiple organ systems. Our team offers specialized care, including medication management and symptom control, to help patients with SLE lead a better quality of life.Know more
Vasculitis involves inflammation of blood vessels. Our experts offer early diagnosis and treatment, including immunosuppressive therapy, to manage vasculitis and prevent complications.Know more
Sjogren’s syndrome affects the salivary and tear glands. Our rheumatologists provide treatment options, including medications and supportive care, to alleviate the symptoms of Sjogren’s syndrome.Know more
Gout is a painful form of arthritis. Our specialists offer treatment plans, including medications and dietary recommendations, to manage gout attacks and prevent future episodes.Know more
Scleroderma is a rare autoimmune disorder that affects the skin and connective tissues. Our team provides comprehensive care to manage symptoms and improve the quality of life for individuals with scleroderma.Know more
APS is an autoimmune condition that increases the risk of blood clots. Our rheumatologists offer diagnosis and treatment to manage APS, often involving blood thinners and other therapies.Know more
Myositis is a group of inflammatory muscle diseases. Our specialists provide a multidisciplinary approach to manage myositis, combining medications and physical therapy to enhance muscle function.Know more
Sarcoidosis involves the formation of granulomas in different organs. Our team offers specialized care and treatment options, including immunosuppressive therapy, to address sarcoidosis effectively.Know more
PMR causes muscle pain and stiffness. Our rheumatologists offer diagnosis and treatment, often involving corticosteroids, to manage PMR symptoms and improve mobility.Know more
Joint pain and swelling can result from various rheumatologic conditions. Our experts perform comprehensive evaluations and develop customized treatment plans to address the specific cause of joint issues.Know more
Rheumatology is a medical specialty focused on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders that affect the joints, muscles, bones, and connective tissues. Rheumatologists are specially trained to manage conditions like arthritis, autoimmune diseases, and musculoskeletal disorders.
Rheumatologists treat a wide range of conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, lupus, gout, fibromyalgia, ankylosing spondylitis, and other autoimmune disorders. They also address chronic pain and musculoskeletal issues.
You should consider seeing a Rheumatologist if you are experiencing persistent joint pain, stiffness, or swelling, or if you have been diagnosed with a rheumatic condition that requires specialized care. Additionally, if you have unexplained symptoms like fatigue or muscle weakness, a rheumatologist can help identify underlying causes.
Common tests in Rheumatology include blood tests to detect markers of inflammation, imaging studies like X-rays and MRIs to evaluate joint and tissue health, and physical examinations to assess range of motion and joint function.
No, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and Osteoarthritis (OA) are distinct conditions. RA is an autoimmune disease that causes inflammation in the joints and can affect other organs. OA is a degenerative joint disorder that results from wear and tear on the joints over time.