Rheumatic diseases are chronic diseases, often complex and often misdiagnosed. Rheumatic diseases may cause pain, stiffness, and swelling in the joints and other supporting body structures, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones. However, rheumatic diseases can affect other areas of the body, including internal organs. Some rheumatic diseases involve connective tissues (called connective tissue diseases), while others may be caused by an autoimmune disorder, which means the bodies immune system attacks its own healthy cells and tissues. Auto-immune disorders are increasing in the coming years in our country in particular.
The clinic is located in the OPD complex on the first floor. The clinic is very well supported by diagnostics services of the laboratory and imaging. From accurate diagnosis and effective therapy the centre is well known for an extensive range of rheumatic ailments and diseases that would be able to detect the disease at an early stage and prevent progression and complications.
Location: 1st floor OPD.
Days & Timings: Mondays to Saturday: 8:30 am to 10:30 am.
For Appointments Contact
Clinic Coordinator: Mr Deepak Saroj - 02 225763500 / 8999237589.
The department is supported by a frontline radio-imaging department and laboratory services.