Rheumatology is the area of healthcare that covers illness and damage of the joints, tendons, bones and ligaments. That means that if you experience pain and inflammation in these parts of the body, it’s a rheumatologist you’ll need to see for your care.
At Spire South Bank, a dedicated team of rheumatologists serve Worcester and its surrounding area with fast access to care. For conditions like lupus, fibromyalgia and gout, they apply all their expertise to find a way to manage pain and discomfort, so you can get life back to normal.
Find out more about Spire’s rheumatologists in Worcester
Treatments offered in Worcester
At Spire South Bank, the private rheumatologists near Great Malvern are here to help. With many years’ shared experience in this field and with all the latest technology to hand, they can devise a treatment that offers you the best possible prognosis. This may involve an innovative medical procedure, and those the team often undertake include:
Conditions treated in Worcester
Spire’s expert team of rheumatologists near Evesham can help you manage pain from all kinds of bone and joint conditions. They regularly support clients through injuries like tendonitis, trigger finger and tennis elbow, as well as managing long term complications like lupus, fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis. If you’re experiencing ongoing or recurring pain in these areas of the body, give the team a call to find out more about how they could help.
Symptoms treated in Worcester
Most conditions or illnesses that affect the joints, tendons and ligaments are accompanied by pain. This pain can make everyday tasks a challenge, and may even worsen if left untreated. That’s why the department at Spire South Bank Hospital get things moving fast, so you can start to manage unpleasant effects such as:
Spire South Bank Hospital is easy to reach in the south suburbs of Worcester, just along Bath Road. If you’re heading into town to see us, junction 7 of the M5 is close by. This will also be your nearest Spire rheumatology department to you if you live in Bromyard, Great Malvern, Ledbury, Pershore and Tewkesbury.