OrthoArkansas unveils new Rheumatology Center

OrthoArkansas Expands Services with New Rheumatology Center and Continues to Provide Comprehensive Care

OrthoArkansas has recently expanded its services by adding a new Rheumatology Center with a team of specialists who have over 20 years of combined experience. This new center is now available at the Little Rock-Midtown, North Little Rock, and Conway locations. Patients will have access to a comprehensive range of services within the center, including treatment, infusions, labs, and imaging.

Dr. Tad Pruitt, Co-President at OrthoArkansas, expressed his enthusiasm for the new Rheumatology Center, stating that it represents a significant milestone for the organization. By integrating rheumatology services into their practice, OrthoArkansas aims to provide patients with a seamless continuum of care.

OrthoArkansas is inviting members of the media to take a walkthrough of the new rheumatology center at the Little Rock-Midtown location on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

In addition to rheumatology services, OrthoArkansas offers a wide range of medical and physician services including orthopedic care, joint replacement, sports medicine, spine care, and physical and occupational therapy.

Rheumatology and orthopedics are closely connected as they both treat conditions that affect joints and bones. By having access to both specialties within the same practice, patients can receive comprehensive care that addresses their entire body’s needs.

The addition of this new Rheumatology Center allows OrthoArkansas to further expand its offerings and provide patients with even more specialized care options.

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