This department is managing autoimmune diseases which initially may present with musculoskeletal symptoms but can involve internal organs like kidneys, lungs and brain. 

A rheumatologist is an internist or pediatrician who has received further training in the diagnosis (detection) and treatment of musculoskeletal disease and systemic autoimmune conditions commonly referred to as rheumatic diseases. These diseases can affect the joints, muscles, and bones causing pain, swelling, stiffness, and deformity.



Up to date and evidence based management of all rheumatic conditions;

Painful joints (both small as well as large joints like hands, feet, knees, shoulders)

Spinal pain (neck and back pain)

Elbow pain (Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow)

Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Pain)

Frozen Shoulder and Shoulder Impingement

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Psoriatic Arthritis

Reactive Arthritis

Enteropathic Arthritis


Pseudo gout

Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (Arthritis affecting children)

Osteoarthritis of Knees

Joint Hyper mobility

Systemic Lupus Erythematous (SLE)

Ant phospholipid Antibody syndrome

Jorgen’s Syndrome

Systemic Sclerosis



Vacuities (e.g.; Takayasu’s and Wegner’s)


Fibromyalgia Syndrome

Behest’s Disease

Joint and soft tissue injections

Administration of Biologics for arthritis and autoimmune diseases

Administration of IV therapies for Osteoporosis