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

Tel: 020 7730 8508


Please Bring With You

A referral letter from your GP and any scans/X rays you may have with you at every appointment.

GMC No: 2825957

Bupa: 02825957

AXA PPP: SK00674

 

 

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Around 10 million people in the UK have arthritis, a term describing a range of conditions affecting people’s joints. It can affect anyone of any age, though some forms are more common in older people. If you have arthritis, you can receive arthritis treatment by a doctor in London.

Arthritis Symptoms

People who have arthritis will usually experience pain, stiffness and swelling in their joints. Therefore, they may have a decreased range of motion or redness around the affected areas. However, these symptoms could also be signs of conditions such as lupus, fibromyalgia, and Polymyalgia rheumatica.

To understand if they have arthritis, a person experiencing any of these symptoms should visit a Doctor specialising in Rheumatology.  The Doctor can complete the necessary tests to confirm its arthritis and design a treatment plan to address any symptoms.

Getting an Arthritis Diagnosis

For people looking for arthritis treatment by Doctor in London, Rheumatologists such as Dr Stephanie Barratt can diagnose arthritis. She works with patients to understand where their pain is and how it impacts their lives. A physical examination will check for swelling, pain and restricted movement, which may be followed up with further blood tests, x-rays, or scans.

Arthritis Treatment by Doctor in London

While there is no cure for arthritis, there are treatments that can ease the symptoms. Arthritis treatment by Doctor in London, or elsewhere in the UK, involves a combination of medication, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes.

Drugs can help reduce or suppress the swelling, pain and inflammation. Physical therapy can include hydrotherapy, physiotherapy, or occupational therapy, delivered by specialists. Lifestyle changes can consist of different diets or exercise. Furthermore, surgery might be an option if the damage to joints is severe.

To understand what treatment might be right for you, contact Dr Barrett’s office today on 020 7730 8508 or enquiries@drstephaniebarrett.com for an appointment.