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Pediatric Rheumatology

Baylor Scott & White McLane Niños

Chronic joint pain, fevers, or swelling may be the results of a rheumatic condition

A pediatric rheumatologist is a physician who treats children and adults with joint and connective tissue disease and musculoskeletal conditions that affect the muscles and bones.

Pediatric rheumatologists also treat auto-immune disorders, conditions in which the immune system identifies the body’s own tissue as an invader and subsequently attacks it. Rheumatic disease may be caused by an underlying immune system deficiency and can be quite painful from the inflammation of tissue in the body.

Schedule an appointment with a pediatric rheumatologist
Pediatric rheumatology services
The pediatric rheumatologists here treat the following pediatric conditions:
A muscle disorder with symptoms that include skin rashes and inflammation.
Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
A form of arthritis found in children that can involve one or more joints in the body.
Kawasaki Disease
An inflammation of the blood vessels that is a leading cause of heart disease in children.
A connective tissue disease marked by excessive collagen in the body that usually affects adults but can sometimes be found in children.
Lupus, an autoimmune disorder with symptoms that range from mild to life-threatening.

Seeing a pediatric rheumatologist

All our specialists accept patients based on physician referrals, so ask your pediatrician for a referral to a Baylor Scott & White McLane Children's pediatric rheumatologist.

Some health plans may require a referral prior to seeing a rheumatology specialist. Please contact your insurance company to learn about your child’s coverage.

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