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Dealing with Joint Pain in the Morning

A common symptom of arthritis is early morning pain and stiffness in the affected joints. You may wake up morning after morning and struggle with the pain. It is not necessarily indicative of arthritis but it is a concern you should raise with medical professionals....

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Arthritis Pain Relief Advice

As the colder months draw in, many people living with arthritis will see an increase in their pain and symptoms. Cold and wet weather can exacerbate the condition so it seemed like a good time to put together a simple yet help guide to the most common and useful...

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Osteoarthritis of the Big Toe

If you are diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the foot it tends to mainly effect the joint at the base of your big toe. It can result in your toe becoming uncomfortably stuff over time and it can also result in your toe becoming bent, with the development of painful...

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What Treatments are the for Foot Pain

Treating foot pain can involve a range of medications and other therapies. Medications to ease pain and relieve inflammation is what most people need initially but beyond this relief for foot pain can involve further treatment. The medications used in the treatment of...

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Rheumatoid Arthritis and Genetics

One of the concerns many people have when diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis is whether the condition is genetic. It can also be a concern if a parent or relative receives a diagnosis. Rheumatoid arthritis develops as a result of interaction between both genetic...

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Dr Stephanie Barrett

GMC No. 2825957

President of the Royal Society of Medicine, Rheumatology Division, 2017-18

Making an appointment

Please contact Dr Stephanie Barrett’s secretary Kate Picon on:

020 7730 8508


Dr Stephanie Kaye-Barrett MD FRCP
Consultant Rheumatologist
2 Lower Sloane Street