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Team up to take on RA

You’ve researched your condition and made a decision to not let moderate to severe RA define you. Now it’s time to take another critical step—finding a rheumatologist you can truly partner with.

A rheumatologist can:

  • Help you take an honest look at all the physical and personal ways RA is affecting you.

  • Explain which treatment options are most appropriate for you.

  • Help set a plan in motion that may get your RA under control.

Your rheumatologist should be a true partner—so speak up, be honest, and make sure your voice is heard when developing a treatment plan.
 

Here are some tips for having that conversation.

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Since rheumatoid arthritis is a lifelong condition, finding a rheumatologist you can confidently partner with can have benefits for years to come.

A rheumatologist is best equipped to help you get your moderate to severe RA under control.

A rheumatologist is best equipped to help you get your moderate to severe RA under control.

A rheum is best equipped to treat your RA. They can explain treatment options and set you on a path that's right for you. Ready to connect with a rheum? Find one here >