Rheumatologists are specialist medical professionals and doctors who identify and treat illnesses of the bones, tendons and joints. As a result, the scope of their work covers everything from chronic conditions like arthritis and fibromyalgia, through to sprains and injuries like tennis elbow and frozen shoulder.
At Spire, the dedicated team of rheumatologists serve the Manchester area with fast access to care. All the work they undertake is designed to manage and reduce the pain that can be caused by conditions like osteoarthritis and gout, or help you recover in the long term if this is a possibility. If you’re experiencing joint pain or stiffness, have a chat with the team at Spire Manchester today to see how they could help.
Treatments offered in Manchester
At Spire Manchester, the private rheumatologists near Stockport are here to help. Once you receive a diagnosis for a rheumatological condition, they’ll invite you in for a consultation and get to work planning your treatment. All of the care they offer is aimed at reducing your symptoms, managing pain and improving your quality of life, through innovative procedures like:
Conditions treated in Manchester
Spire’s rheumatologists near Cheshire are highly experienced in this area of healthcare. They find ways to help our clients manage pain caused by all kinds of conditions of the bones and joints. Those they provide care for day to day includes things like tendonitis, arthritis, osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, trigger finger, carpal tunnel and gout. If you’ve been diagnosed with one of these, or any other rheumatological condition, speak to the team to see how they could help you today.
Symptoms treated in Manchester
Most rheumatological health issues are accompanied by painful and disruptive symptoms. But with the support of Spire’s private rheumatologists near Altrincham and other Greater Manchester towns, it doesn’t have to be this way. The team work to manage and reduce unpleasant effects like:
Spire Manchester Hospital is easy to get to from many Greater Manchester spots such as Bramhall, Chorlton, Sale, Stretford and the City Centre. Our rheumatology unit is in South Manchester, near to Didsbury and Withington along Princess Road. That means it’s also conveniently close to the M60 if you’re travelling into the city from other parts of the North West.
The hospital is situated approximately 20 minutes from both Piccadilly and Victoria railway stations in Manchester city centre, and only 10 minutes from Manchester International Airport.
For sat nav please use postcode M20 2ZA.