Exceptional care and
cutting-edge technology,
focused on you.

Take a step toward better health with the nation’s leading
physician rheumatologists, healthcare professionals and specialists.

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Who We Are

As the nation’s leading rheumatology specialty group, Articularis Rheumatology Specialists, is set apart by our investment in integrated care. Our providers have expertise across disciplines and work together to address patients’ physical, mental, behavioral and social needs. We know that rheumatic conditions affect the whole person; the best health outcomes and patient experience come from a collaborative, holistic approach.


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We treat a variety of rheumatology conditions, learn more about the diseases we treat and the therapies used to manage your care.

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We provide patients access to state-of-the-art infusion centers staffed by registered nurses experienced in administering infusion therapies to patients with care and compassion.

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What is Rheumatology?

How are rheumatologists different from other specialists, like orthopedists?

Rheumatologists specialize in conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system and often collaborate with other healthcare professionals, such as physical therapists and primary care physicians, to provide comprehensive care. Although orthopedists and rheumatologists treat many of the same conditions, rheumatologists are experts in inflammatory and autoimmune diseases who consider every organ system when evaluating your symptoms.

When should I see a rheumatologist?

Consult a rheumatologist if you have persistent joint pain, swelling, stiffness, or other symptoms related to the musculoskeletal system, especially if you have a family history of rheumatic or autoimmune disease. If you are experiencing symptoms now, don’t hesitate; receiving care in earlier stages lowers your risk.

What kind of doctor is a rheumatologist?

A rheumatologist is an internal medicine doctor specializing in inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, autoimmune diseases, and musculoskeletal pain. Rheumatology is a medical specialty that diagnoses and treats inflammatory and autoimmune disorders that often cause musculoskeletal symptoms. Patients are typically referred to a rheumatologist by their primary care team or another specialist.

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For most patients, a rheumatology referral marks the beginning of a complex journey that requires them to navigate a new medical condition during an often emotional, painful, and uncertain time. As an Articularis Rheumatology Specialists patient, you can access a best-in-class medical team, cutting-edge treatment technology, and a wealth of knowledge to guide you.