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Best Rheumatologist in United Arab Emirates

Select the best Rheumatologist from 52 doctors in United Arab Emirates

Best Rheumatologist in United Arab Emirates

Select the best Rheumatologist from 52 doctors in United Arab Emirates

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Dr. Bhavna Khan

Consultant Rheumatologist

Phone number:+97142480590
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Dr. Said Hamdoun

Consultant Rheumatologist

Abu Dhabi

Phone number:+97124094403
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Dr. Humeira Badsha

Consultant Rheumatologist

20 years experience

Jumeirah, Dubai

Dr. Humeira Badsha Medical Centerand 1 more facilities…

Phone number:+97143856009
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Dr. Kirthi Raju

Consultant Rheumatologist

Phone number:+97145864091
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Dr. Ahmed Bondok

Specialist Rheumatologist

Mirdif, Dubai

Phone number:+97145864093
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Dr. Nusaiba Ali Ghanem

Specialist Rheumatologist

9 years experience
Phone number:+9718002211
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Dr. Abdulameer Majeed Rasheed Abu Nailah

Internal Medicine, Rheumatology Specialist

Phone number:+97145862075

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Dr. Sukhbir Uppal

Rheumatologist

University City, Sharjah

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Dr. Zarmeena Ali

Rheumatologist

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Dr. Irena Khostanteen

Rheumatologist

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Dr. Jinane El Sayad

Rheumatologist

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Dr. Fadi Ajine

Rheumatologist

Oud Metha, Dubai

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Dr. Ghita Harifi

Specialist Rheumatologist

Phone number:+97143856009
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Dr. Adnan Abdul Wahid

Rheumatologist

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Dr. Maysaa Abbasi

Specialist Rheumatologist

Al Danah, Abu Dhabi

Phone number:+97124094416
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Dr. Nahla Hussein

Rheumatologist

Al Baraha, Dubai

Al Baraha, Dubai

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What is a rheumatologist?

Rheumatologist is a certificied professional who treats muscoskeletal diseases and autoimmune conditions involving the joints, bones, and muscles. 

2. When should you see a rheumatologist?

It is common to experience joint or muscle pain from time to time. However, if the pain persists for weeks or months, it is recommended to seek out medical advice such as rheumatologist. Aside to this, you should also consult a rheumatologist if you: 

  • have family history concerning rheumatology diseases 
  • receive unnatural laboratory test result 
  • have joint or muscle pain does not go away even after medications 
  • experience systemic inflammatory conditiion

3. What does a rheumatologist treat? 

A rheumatologist typically treat these conditions: 

  • Arthritis - occurs when certain bacteria types invade your joints 
  • Sjorgen's syndrome - an autoimmune condition that causes your mouth and eyes to be constantly dry 
  • Sclerosis - symptoms may include loss of hair, sudden change in skin color, hardening of the skin, and digestive problems 
  • Lupus 
  • Gout - caused by growing crystals in your joints that cause joint pain and tenderness

4. What to expect during your visit to a rheumatologist?

During your first visit to a rheumatologist, they may ask a few questions regarding your symptoms and family history of rheumatology diseases. They may then give you information and advice whether you should revisit for further examination. During your routine visit for on going treatment, a physical therapy might be suggested. 

A referral from general practitioner might be needed for your first visit to a rheumatologist. 

5. What are the most common treatments for rheumatology diseases?

Although treatments may vary depending on the diagnosis, here are rheumatologists' most common treatments: 

  • medications 
  • joint aspirations 
  • joint injections 
  • physical therapy


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