Arthritis Specialist | Bayonne, NJ Rheumatologist
Bayonne Rheumatoid Doctors Dedicated to Your Health
Our Bayonne office has some of NJ’s top Rheumatologists who offer our patients unparalleled care when it comes to musculoskeletal diseases and systemic autoimmune conditions. Our rheumatoid doctors are not only expertly trained, but are also highly caring individuals committed to helping you achieve relief from pain. Our specialists will develop a professional care plan to manage your current conditions. To start receiving care today, do not hesitate to contact our Bayonne office to address any questions or comments you may have.
Our Bayonne Practice’s Approach
We understand that living with an autoimmune or musculoskeletal disease can often be debilitating, but our rheumatologists are trained to diagnose and treat a variety of different conditions that result in joint or muscle pain.
During your initial consultation with one of our arthritis doctors in Bayonne, we will look in-depth at your family’s medical history, your current health conditions, as well as activities that cause joint pain. With the help of our state of the art medical equipment, our well-trained medical staff will provide you with a diagnosis and individualized, comprehensive treatment plan.
Some of our treatment options include medications, pain management services and lifestyle modifications in diet and exercise.
Rheumatic Diseases We Treat in Bayonne
Our expert arthritis specialist can help treat a variety of different conditions that cause pain and swelling in the joints and musculoskeletal system. Most physical conditions are often linked to stress or malfunctions in the immune system. Common rheumatic conditions we specialize in include:
Fibromyalgia is a neurologic health problem that causes sensitivity to touch. This is a chronic illness that causes fatigue, sleep problems and is commonly found in individuals with an existing rheumatic disease.
Gout is a painful, and sometimes disabling form of arthritis. Symptoms often include painful swelling in single joints, especially the feet and in particular, the big toe. Gout is a treatable disease that can be combated by avoiding triggering food or medications, and taking the recommended medications.
Lupus is a chronic disease that causes systemic inflammation affecting multiple organs, the skin, joints and can have mild to serious flare-ups.
A common type of degenerative disease that occurs in the joints is known as osteoarthritis. Almost every joint in the body can develop osteoarthritis, but the most common areas are the knees, hips, neck, hands or lower back.
Ordinarily, the body will continuously absorb and replace bone tissue, but an individual with osteoporosis either loses too much bone, makes too little, or a combination of both. When the bones become weaker, bones are more likely to break, most commonly in the hip, spine or wrist.
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
An autoimmune disease known as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a disabling form of arthritis that causes joint pain, swelling, stiffness and decreased movement in the joints.
With 5 convenient Rheumatology locations in New Jersey, the Riverside Medical Group is the area’s top doctors for joint pain care and treatments.
While we have one of New Jersey’s top medical practices for Rheumatology, we also have the convenience of in-house state-of-the-art medical equipment for a more accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. Our Rheumatologists are here to provide you relief from your pain.
For patients in need of acute hospital care, the Riverside Medical Group offers care through our network of affiliated hospitals. We are affiliated with surrounding hospitals (opens in new window) including: Holy Name Medical Center, Palisades Medical Center, CarePoint Health, Hackensack UMC, Columbia University, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, The Valley Hospital, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, Clara Maass Medical Center, and Jersey City Medical Center.
Schedule Your Appointment Today
Our expert rheumatologists are here to support you on your road to health. If you are experiencing symptoms of joint pain, stiffness or swelling, or have been referred to our clinic from your primary care physician, please call us today to schedule an appointment. We look forward to meeting you.