Rheumatologists are specialist doctors and medical professionals who investigate and treat pain in the bones and joints. This means their work covers everything from disease likes lupus and arthritis, through to chronic conditions like gout and fibromyalgia.
At Spire, the dedicated team of rheumatologists serve the Cardiff area with rapid access to treatment. Each procedure they offer and undertake is designed to relieve the pain associated with most rheumatological complaints, and if possible, help you towards recovery. If you’re experiencing symptoms like aches and stiffness, give the team at Spire Cardiff Hospital today.
Meet Spire’s rheumatologists in Cardiff
Treatments offered in Cardiff
At Spire Cambridge Hospital, the private rheumatologists in South Wales are here to help. When you come in for consultation, they’ll get you checked over and using all their experience and expertise, plan a suitable form of care. All the treatments they offer are aimed at reliving pain and making bone and joint conditions easier to live with, through work like:
Conditions treated in Cardiff
Spire’s rheumatologists are highly experienced in the field, and how found ways to help their clients manage and recover from all kinds of bone and joint-related conditions before. They’re experts in keeping the unpleasant effects of arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis at bay. Meanwhile, if you have in injury like tennis elbow and tendonitis, they’re best placed to advice you on how to rest, recover and manage any pain.
Symptoms treated in Cardiff
It doesn’t take long for pain in your muscles and joints to stop you going about your daily business. But with the pioneering work at Spire Cardiff Hospital, there’s every chance it doesn’t have to be this way. Contact the team today if you’re experiencing symptoms such as:
This will also be your most convenient Spire rheumatology unit if you live in the likes of Barry, Caerphilly, Newport, Pontyclun and Pontypridd. Spire Cardiff is at the northern fringes of the city in Pontprennau. That puts it conveniently near to both the M4 and A48(M) roads, with the hospital just off Pentwyn Link Road that connects them.