Hoboken, NJ Rheumatologist | Arthritis Specialist
Hoboken Rheumatoid Doctors Dedicated to Your Health
Our rheumatologists here in Hoboken are dedicated to diagnosing and providing comprehensive treatment plans to our patients. We are here to help those suffering from certain autoimmune diseases, as well as musculoskeletal diseases. Our rheumatic doctors are all highly experienced in their field and can help you manage your condition and symptoms. We are ready to help you find some relief from your condition, please give us a call today and speak to one of our many specialists.
Our Hoboken Practice’s Approach
Our rheumatologists understand the chronic pain that can accompany an autoimmune or musculoskeletal disease, and work hard to help find you relief from your pain. Our specialists are committed to diagnosing and treating Hoboken patients who suffer from joint and muscle pain.
When you come to our Hoboken office for your initial consultation you can expect a complete exam. Our arthritis doctors will review your family’s medical history, go over your current health conditions and take a look at any activities that may trigger your joint pain. Our office is equipped with advanced medical technology, helping our staff accurately diagnose you and provide a customized treatment plan.
Most treatments will include some of the following: medications, pain management services, or lifestyle changes such as diet or exercise.
Rheumatic Diseases We Treat in Hoboken
Our Hoboken staff is full of experienced arthritis specialists who are here to help diagnose, treat, and manage the symptoms of rheumatic diseases. We can help treat many conditions that can cause pain and swelling, our dedicated professionals here in Hoboken specialize in:
Fibromyalgia is a chronic illness that causes muscle pain and tenderness throughout the body. It can be accompanied by fatigue, and changes in sleep, memory, or mood. Many people who are diagnosed with fibromyalgia already have an existing rheumatic disease.
Gout is a form of arthritis that can result in severe pain. It occurs when too much uric acid crystallizes in the joints, causing swelling, redness, and pain. Gout is very common and treatable by a medical professional.
Lupus is a common inflammatory disease that causes systemic inflammation, it happens when the immune system attacks its own tissues. It can affect organs, the skin, and joints.
Osteoarthritis is a common form of arthritis that occurs in the joint when tissue wears down. The most common areas for this disease are the knees, hips, neck, hands, or lower back.
Osteoporosis is a common condition in which the bones become weak or brittle due to a loss of bone tissue, an excess of bone tissue, or a combination of the two. When bones, like the hip, spine, or wrist, become weak they are prone to breaking.
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease 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.