Rheumatology is the area of medicine that encompasses a range of common conditions that affect the bones, joints and tendons. This includes things like arthritis, tendonitis, fibromyalgia and ankylosing spondylitis, among others. If you do develop one of these conditions, it’s a rheumatologist that you’ll need to see for your care.
At Spire, the dedicated team of rheumatologists in Norwich provide fast access to treatment. Making use of all the latest tools and technology, they can find a way to manage pain and inflammation in almost every case, so you can look forward to feeling your usual self again.
Treatments offered in Norwich
At Spire Norwich, the private rheumatologists in Norfolk are ready to help. Once you receive a diagnosis for a rheumatological complaint, you can arrange a consultation with the team. From there, they’ll plan out a suitable course of treatment for you with the aim to managing pain and improving your quality of life. This may involve innovative procedures such as:
Conditions treated in Norwich
Spire Norwich’s rheumatology team are happy to provide care for all kinds of conditions. Day after day, they support clients through chronic conditions like crepitus and gout, as well as administering pain relief for issues such as osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, tendonitis. They can also help you to recover from straining injuries like tennis elbow and frozen shoulder, among many others.
Symptoms treated in Norwich
Most rheumatological complaints make themselves known with painful and frustrating symptoms which can worsen over time. Thankfully, the team at Spire Norwich can almost always find a way to help, so get in touch if you’re experiencing:
If you’re looking for a rheumatology department for your treatment, this is Spire Healthcare’s closest for towns including Cromer, Great Yarmouth, Hunstanton, King’s Lynn and Lowestoft. We’re just at the western edges of the city, a little along Watton Road and a short distance from the River Yare.
Spire Norwich Hospital is situated just off the A47 southern bypass, close to the University of East Anglia and just three miles from the city centre. Norwich is just over 100 miles from London and Stansted Airport is approximately 75 minutes by car.