Ultrasound diagnosis of arthritis and ultrasound guidance of joint injection therapy is state of the art Rheumatologic care. Not only are we able to detect early forms of Arthritis using this technique, but this helps us enhance the accuracy of procedures while reducing unneeded discomfort.
The most advanced treatments for Arthritis and Osteoporosis often require intravenous infusion treatments. Our infusion therapy department is staffed by registered nurses and our physicians are accessible for questions, concerns and additional assistance.
Education and Training
We are currently affiliated with one hospital in Mercer County: Penn Medicine at Princeton Plainsboro. Inpatient consultative care is provided to patients with rheumatologic diseases. Our hospital affiliations allow us the opportunity to care for our patients and to work closely with hospitalists and other subspecialty physicians caring for patients that require an in-hospital level of management.
Residents and medical students from Rutgers Medical School may choose to spend time with us during their elective months. This exposure provides a basic knowledge of rheumatologic and musculoskeletal disorders. This time provides experienced rheumatologists to stimulate interest in this rapidly advancing field of medicine.