When should you see a rheumatologist?

2021-03-29T07:55:42-07:00March 28th, 2021||

You should ideally start with your primary care physician, depending on the severity and urgency of your symptoms it may be necessary to see a rheumatologist first. Here are instances when you should see a rheumatologist. Joint pain and swelling. You have been told you have a rheumatologic condition. Abnormal autoimmune lab tests and inflammation markers. You have seen a number of physicians and still do not know what is wrong, sometimes rheumatologic conditions are ...

What is a co-pay?

2021-03-29T07:55:42-07:00February 10th, 2017||

A co-pay is the portion of your healthcare visit fee that you are responsible for paying at the time of check-in. The amount is specified by your insurance company and it is considered a portion of the cost for your office visit. You can check the front of your insurance card or call your insurance company for more information. Our clinic will charge a processing fee in addition to the co-pay amount if the co-pay ...

What if I can’t make the appointment?

2021-03-29T07:55:42-07:00February 10th, 2017||

Please give us at least 24 hours' notice so that we can offer your appointment slot to someone else. Some patients ask to be put on a waiting list and your consideration in letting us know that you can’t come in will help other patients who are anxious to be seen. You will also avoid the late cancellation fee ($25.00 for regular appointments; $75 for full physicals).

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