Rheumatologist Fulham Road, London | Private Consultant | Dr Stephanie Barrett

 

 

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Please contact Dr Stephanie Barrett’s secretary Kate Picon on:

Tel: 020 7730 8508


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Rheumatologist Fulham Road, London

Rheumatologist Fulham Road, London

Dr Stephanie Barrett is a leading rheumatology specialist who offers consultations and treatments to patients across London. One of her clinics is situated at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road, London, SW10 9NH. It is a hospital with a rich history which now offers world-class teaching to train the next generation of medical experts.

As a rheumatologist Fulham Road, London, Dr Stephanie Barrett spends her time consulting and treating patients with a range of conditions, such as arthritis, gout, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow and a variety of other conditions that cause pain and inflammation to the musculoskeletal system.

As a leading rheumatology consultant in Chelsea, Dr Stephanie Barrett focuses on the new life-transforming treatments that can help to benefit her patients.

What rheumatology treatments are available at rheumatologist Fulham Road, London clinic?

Depending on the rheumatology condition, there is a wide range of treatments available. For each treatment option, patients will have the chance to learn more and discuss the positives and negatives with their rheumatologist.

In follow-up appointments, you can then review its effectiveness as you and Dr Stephanie Barrett can work together to find the right treatment that works for you.

Treatment options for rheumatoid arthritis

To reduce the joint pain and swelling that is synonymous with rheumatoid arthritis, there are treatments that can help. While there is currently no cure for rheumatoid arthritis, your rheumatologist will be able to suggestive support and lifestyle changes that can help to limit the severity of the condition.

Depending on your circumstances, you may be offered drugs such as disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs, known as DMARDs, which help to stop the effects of the immune system attacking the joints. Other treatments could include changing your diet, improving your flexibility through physical activity and finding ways to promote rest to reduce fatigue.

Treatment options for osteoarthritis

As one of the most common types of arthritis, seeing a rheumatologist can be beneficial for many people with osteoarthritis. In order to find the treatment option that works for you, it is important to understand your personal situation as osteoarthritis symptoms can vary dramatically.

Some of the treatment options available include wearing specially-designed devices to support the joints during day to day activities, such as a knee brace. Other options may consist of suitable or specialist footwear or orthotics to alleviate the pressure on joints. Regular exercise is also proven to be an effective way to manage symptoms.

For more severe pain, your rheumatologist may recommend treatment with a physiotherapist or the use of painkillers.

Treating arthritic conditions at rheumatologist Fulham Road, London

If you have an arthritic condition, it may benefit you to see a rheumatology specialist in London to help craft a personalised treatment plan based on your specific symptoms. With a rheumatology clinic on Fulham Road, London, Dr Stephanie Barrett can help to advise you on your condition and treatment.

Contact Dr Stephanie Barrett

To discuss any Rheumatoid Arthritis treatments you would like help with please contact Dr Stephanie Barrett on:

Tel: 020 7730 8508

Email: enquiries@drstephaniebarrett.com