Rheumatology is the field of healthcare that involves managing bone and joint conditions. Common examples of these could include things like lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome.
At Spire, the highly skilled team of rheumatologists in the Leicester area are ready to help you. Providing rapid access to treatments that relieve and manage pain, the department do all they can to improve your prognosis through their care. They’ve seen and treated all sorts of conditions before, so if you’ve pain stemming from your bones or joints, give them a call today.
Find out more about Spire Leicester’s rheumatologists
Treatments offered in Leicester
At Spire Healthcare, the private rheumatologists in Leicester have many years’ shared experience in this area of medicine. If you’re experiencing pain in these areas of the body and have been diagnosed with a condition, they’ll waste no time in moving ahead with an effective treatment, likely to include pain-managing procedures like:
Conditions treated in Leicester
There’s almost no possible condition that Spire’s rheumatologist can’t at least find some relief for. They regularly help people living with fibromyalgia and lupus to manage their symptoms and flare ups, as well as providing treatments to speed up the recovery of carpal tunnel, tendonitis and frozen shoulder.
Symptoms treated in Leicester
The signs of a rheumatological condition can really stop you in your tracks. Pain should never get in the way of daily life, which is why the team at Spire Leicester Hospital will do all they can to manage effects like:
Spire Leicester Hospital is in Oadby, just south east of the city centre. This will also be your closest of our rheumatology departments if you call Birstall, Coalville, Corby, Hinckley or Lutterworth home.
As well as being close to the city centre, we're just seven miles from junction 21 of the M1 and easily accessible from the A47 and A6.
We're less than an hour's drive from Nottingham East Midlands and Birmingham International airports.
We're three miles (or a 15 minute cab ride) from Leicester railway station.
I did my rheumatology training in Worcester, Lincoln and Leicester. I also have specialist accreditation in general (internal) medicine. I took up my post as consultant physician rheumatologist at UHL in February 2005.
MB, MD, FRCP
MBBS, MD, FRCP(E), DM, FRCP
I am a consultant rheumatologist at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. I was appointed as a consultant in 1990 and have held a number of senior clinical managerial roles, as well as in education and teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate leve…