Innovative rheumatoid arthritis therapy at BWH
Treating the entire spectrum of arthritis-related diseases, The BWH Center for Arthritis and Joint Diseases has a specialized focus rheumatoid arthritis therapy and research, as well as lupus treatment, psoriatic arthritis treatment, and treatment of spine disorders.
The Center has a strong history of innovation in arthritis therapy and research – the institution began as the first teaching hospital in the U.S. focused solely on rheumatoid arthritis and related diseases. Today the Center's pioneering research and innovative therapy techniques have helped BWH earn the reputation as one of the nation's top providers of rheumatology care.
With more than 40 board-certified rheumatologists and allergists on the medical team, the Center has one of the largest and most diversified medical staffs in the country, with physicians collaborating with other specialists in bone and joint radiology, orthopedics, pain management, occupational and physical therapy and other services to deliver effective and state-of-the-art care to more than 30,000 patients every year.
In addition to rheumatoid arthritis therapy, the Center offers additional arthritis and joint services that include:
New therapy options for rheumatoid arthritis patients
The Center's therapeutics research group has an international reputation for evaluating treatment of rheumatic disease and rheumatoid arthritis in particular. Through a very active clinical trials program, the group is at the forefront of evaluating new rheumatoid arthritis therapy programs, including combination therapies and TNF inhibitors – a highly promising therapy for patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.
Learn more about Rheumatoid Arthritis Therapy at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.