Rheumatology is the area of medical treatment that covers problems of the bones, joints and tendons. There are a variety of conditions which can cause pain and inflammation in these areas of the body, including arthritis and tendonitis.
At Spire, our dedicated team of rheumatologists in the Leeds city region are here to help. They’ve a wealth of experience in this area of healthcare, and combining this with all the latest technology and techniques, you can be confident you’re in the best possible hands at Spire Leeds Hospital.
Learn more about Spire’s Leeds rheumatologists
Treatments offered in Leeds
At Spire Leeds, the skilled, private rheumatologists in West Yorkshire can begin your treatment fast. As soon as you have a condition diagnosed, get in touch with the team and see how they could help improve your prognosis and relieve any pain. They’re able to achieve results like this through innovative procedures like:
Conditions treated in Leeds
If you’re experiencing painful symptoms in your bones and joints, don’t wait to get in touch with Spire Leeds. The team have provided care for all sorts of these conditions before, including things like crepitus, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis, as well as chronic conditions like gout.
Symptoms treated in Leeds
It doesn’t take long to notice if something seems wrong with your joints. These symptoms are usually painful and tough to live with, so don’t wait to speak to our rheumatology department if you’ve been experiencing:
Spire Leeds Hospital offers you the closest of our rheumatology departments from anywhere in the city, as well as towns like Harrogate, Knaresborough, Otley and Wetherby. You’ll find it on Jackson Avenue in the Roundhay area, just a short walk or drive from the park.
Spire Leeds Hospital is situated just off Leeds' main A6120 ring road, approximately three miles from Leeds city centre. We're just minutes from local landmarks Tropical World and Roundhay Park.
We're 15 minutes by car from the city centre and the mainline railway station
Professor of investigative rheumatology
In 1990 at UCD in Ireland, I graduated from my degree and was awarded a gold medal, first-class honours. I undertook a PhD in Leeds and started as a consultant in 2000.
I graduated in Medicine from the University of Glasgow in 1998 and obtained membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 2000. Before my rheumatology training, I undertook higher specialist training in Clinical Immunology at the John Radcliffe Hospital in …