Consultation with a rheumatologist

Consultation with a rheumatologist

Rheumatologist is a doctor who specialises in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the bones and joints, connective tissue, and systemic diseases involving multiple organ systems.

Service process

The clinic provides the following rheumatology consultations and services:

Consult a rheumatologist to confirm the diagnosis and develop a treatment plan
If you have consulted a specialist (family doctor, cardiologist, etc.) with observations of health problems and complaints, you have been examined and advised to consult a rheumatologist because a rheumatological disease is suspected.

Monitoring and dynamic follow-up of a rheumatology patient
If you have been hospitalised for a rheumatology condition, or if a rheumatology condition has been diagnosed accidentally and requires follow-up by a rheumatologist after discharge from hospital, including assessment and adjustment of drug therapy.

Second opinion
If you have a diagnosis and a treatment plan but need further specialist advice (second opinion). Most often, if the diagnosis has been made and a treatment plan has been drawn up by your GP and you want to check the diagnosis or the treatment you have chosen.

Preventive check-up by a rheumatologist
A preventive check-up is recommended if you experience any of the following health problems (please note that the symptoms listed may also be indicative of diseases of other organ systems, so it is advisable to consult your family doctor beforehand):

Book an appointment with a rheumatologist for a preventive check-up of your bone and joint health or early diagnosis of a disorder, and get recommendations or a treatment plan to get your daily life running smoothly!

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Consultation with a rheumatologist