Rheumatologist South Florida

What is a Rheumatologist?

A rheumatologist is a type of doctor known as an internist who has additional training when it comes to diagnosing and treating arthritis and similar diseases that affect the joints, muscles, and bones. On top of their medical degree and internal medicine training, rheumatologists take two or three years to be trained in rheumatology. When they finish this training, many take an American Board of Internal Medicine exam which certifies them in the field of rheumatology. They must renew this certification every ten years in order to make sure they are up to par with the latest research and methods.

South Florida's Leading Practice for Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

Their training allows them to diagnose and treat arthritis, some autoimmune diseases, musculoskeletal disorders, and Osteoporosis. There are many variations of each of these, some of which are difficult to diagnose and treat. This is why having a rheumatologist in South Florida who has been specially trained can be beneficial for these types of diseases. Other doctors may confuse the symptoms of diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout or lupus with less serious illnesses, which can delay treatment. Doctors who specialize in rheumatology in Broward County, will likely have extensive experience with related disorders. This gives them a better chance at diagnosing and treating the illness faster.

Dr. Charles Kahn & Dr. Wayne Riskin are the First and Leading Rheumatologists in Broward County

If you are experiencing musculoskeletal pain that has not been temporary, you should talk to your physician who can rule out other illnesses. After this, they can refer you to an experienced rheumatologist in your area like Dr.’s Kahn, Riskin & Santiago They have the knowledge and experience necessary to diagnose the cause of your pain and swelling, so that treatment can begin as early as possible. Many of the disorders they specialize in are best treated in the earlier stages. Even if yours has progressed to the later stages though, they will be able to discuss a treatment plan with you that will help to relieve your symptoms, so that you can go back to your daily routine.

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Hollywood Office

4700 Sheridan St, Suite C, Hollywood, FL
(954) 961-3252

 

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1 SW 129th Ave #401 Pembroke Pines, FL
(954) 450-8980

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