Rheumatology

Head of the Department: Nino Kiparoidze

Rheumatologist: Lana Lagvilava

The rheumatology department treats diseases such as connecting tissues, and bones and joints.

The department relies on international standards. Along with the traditional medicine, the treatment process also uses the most efficient biological monoclonal antibodies that have been recently dated.

Our rheumatologists medically treat every pain point. If necessary, the patient gets therapeutic massages and exercises. In our clinic, intra-articular injections are using for the ultrasound. Rheumatic Department also works on the principles of our clinic.  Rheumatic patients if necessary can also gain help from any other department doctors. Which will help them with any other problem they might also have.

It should be noted that the diagnosis and treatment of the patient by rheumatologists are carried out simultaneously with several diagnostic procedures; in parallel with a physical inspection, applied ultrasound we also conduct a questionnaire for our patients to fill out in case they have some more problems that need to be treated.

Over the last eight years, the rheumatology department of our clinic has been successfully involved in several significant international clinical studies. The resulting knowledge and experience of research put into practice the treatment of our patients. Our rheumatologists continue to examine and implement shared innovations at the international level.

  • Arthroplasty - age and traumatic arthritis
  • Violation of posture - scoliosis, kyphosis, flat feet and other static.
  • The secondary arthroplasty - infections, post infections, any other none rheumatological disease.
  • Spondylopathy - soft tissue damage - damage to the synovium and dry membrane areas.
  • Osteopathy and chondroplasty - loss of the density and the structure of bones (osteoporosis)
  • Vasculitis - Systemic connective tissue disease, rheumatoid arthritis.
Contact

Addres: Tbilisi, Politkovskaya str. 6g
Phone: +995 32 212 20 02
Fax: 32 230 45 04
Email: medconsilium@gmail.com

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