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Rheumatoid Arthritis

For those living with rheumatoid arthritis, the symptoms can be debilitating and affect their quality of life. Patients often experience pain and inflammation in the joints, swelling, stiffness and fatigue. In addition to these physical symptoms, rheumatoid arthritis can also take an emotional toll as it begins to affect a person's ability to do everyday tasks. That's why it's so important to receive rheumatoid arthritis management in order to help patients maintain their quality of life and slow the disease progression.

At Denver Arthritis Clinic, we have decades of experience providing rheumatoid arthritis treatment. We offer a range of treatments to help reduce inflammation and pain in the joints, including rheumatoid arthritis medication administered via infusion therapy. As the best rheumatologist Colorado has to offer, our team of experienced professionals ensures you receive personalized care every step of the way.

If you're ready to take control of your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, our team is here to help you. Schedule your first appointment today and learn more about how Denver Arthritis Clinic can help you manage your condition. With our expertise in providing the best treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, we'll get you started on a path to better health.



Quality Care For Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment Plans

At Denver Arthritis Clinic, we provide comprehensive treatment plans tailored to each patient's individual needs. Our team of experienced professionals will assess your condition and develop a plan that takes into account your lifestyle, activity level, and other factors that may be affecting your symptoms. 

For each patient, we review the best treatment regimen for their symptoms, exam findings and other data to help slow disease and prevent damage from inflammation. Commonly prescribed medications can include oral therapies like hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil), sulfasalazine, methotrexate, leflunomide and other disease modifying therapies. Depending on the course of the patient, insurance and individual needs, we develop a treatment plan that is personalized and aimed at keeping patients functional.

Some patients may need infusion therapy. Infusion therapy is a type of medication delivery that involves injecting or infusing medications directly into the bloodstream. This targeted approach helps reduce inflammation and pain in the joints, allowing patients to have more mobility and improved quality of life. Some of our infusion therapies include infliximab (Remicade, Renflexis, Avsola), abatacept (Orencia), tocilizumab (Actemra), rituximab (Rituxan, Truxima, Ruxience), 

At Denver Arthritis Clinic, our team will provide you with the support and guidance you need for a successful infusion therapy experience. We'll make sure you understand how the treatment works, the potential side effects, and any other information that can help you feel comfortable and confident during your treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you perform clinical research on rheumatoid arthritis at your facility?

At the Denver Arthritis Clinic, we are dedicated to furthering our understanding of rheumatoid arthritis and the potential treatments that may help patients manage their symptoms. Through clinical trials and other research projects, the clinic is always looking for new ways to make a positive impact on the lives of those suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. If you or someone you love is living with rheumatoid arthritis, click this link to learn more about how participating in research could improve your quality of life.

What are some common rheumatoid arthritis causes?

Rheumatoid arthritis is most likely caused by a combination of factors that results in disease. Some of the potential risks for rheumatoid arthritis include genetic factors, such as a family history of the disease or having certain genes that can increase one's risk. Other potential causes can include age, lifestyle factors (smoking, exposure to certain toxins), underlying medical conditions (infections, autoimmune disorders) and hormonal changes.

Does your rheumatoid doctor near me accept insurance?

Yes! At Denver Arthritis Clinic, we accept health plans from most insurance carriers in the state of Colorado, including Medicare. View our full list of accepted providers on our Insurance page.

How can I get started with the best rheumatologist near me?

At Denver Arthritis Clinic, we make it as simple as possible for patients to get started on the road to relief. Just take the first step and fill out our online form.