Learn which conditions these doctors treat and how they might be able to help you.

What Is a Rheumatologist?

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What Does a Rheumatologist Do?

Rheumatologists specialize in treating autoimmune disorders as well as conditions that affect muscles and joints. These illnesses are also known as rheumatic diseases.

When Should You See a Rheumatologist?

Your primary care doctor might refer you to a rheumatologist if you’re suffering from unexplained joint pain and stiffness along with other signs of inflammation.

There are more than 100 types of rheumatic disease, but some of the most common include rheumatoid arthritis, gout, lupus, lyme, and fibromyalgia.

What Conditions Do They Treat?

This means the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue. Though they often can’t be cured, rheumatologists can help you manage them well.

Most of These Illnesses are Autoimmune-Related

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RA is one of the most common conditions rheumatologists treat. Learn more with our guide.

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