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Arthritis Specialists in Whitehouse Station
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Aston Plastic Surgery Services Inc - Nurses - Whitehouse Station, NJ - Phone: (212) 861-5900
Boals- Gordon F PhD - Whitehouse Station, NJ - Phone: (908) 534-5424
Callanan- Leslie PhD - Whitehouse Station, NJ - Phone: (908) 534-2249
D'Adamo Michael PhD - Whitehouse Station, NJ - Phone: (908) 534-5850
Hunterdon Pediatric Associates Hunterdon Medical Center - Whitehouse Station, NJ - Phone: (908) 823-1100
Shah Aparna MD - Whitehouse Station, NJ - Phone: (908) 534-9024
Helpful Definition for: Arthritis Specialists
'Arthritis Specialists' are medical professionals who are responsible for providing treatment to patients affected with arthritis. There are many forms of arthritis, the common being osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis in Whitehouse Station. For treating them, clinical tests like blood tests, radiology,etc, are done and after the detection, arthritis specialists give the necessary treatment for their recovery. In Whitehouse Station, the treatment differs according to the type of arthritis detected and arthritis specialists treat them accordingly.
At the beginning of medication, the arthritis specialists in Whitehouse Station give medicines having less power and increase as and when required. In Whitehouse Station, both physical as well as occupational therapy is given by the arthritis specialist for relieving the patients from the excruciating pain of arthritis.
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