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Board-certified internists and rheumatologists at CHI St. Luke's Health treat patients with autoimmune diseases or bone, joint, or connective tissue disorders such as osteoporosis and arthritis. Our doctors use the latest technology to diagnose and treat these conditions.

When surgery is necessary, board-certified orthopedic surgeons offer patients comprehensive treatment plans for the period before and after surgery. In many cases, surgeons can accelerate recovery by using minimally invasive surgery and muscle-sparing techniques. Doctors, nurses and therapists work as a team to ensure a continuum of care to return patients to daily life as quickly as possible.

Patients also benefit from outpatient physical and occupational therapy programs offered by St. Luke's Health.

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Is Joint Replacement Surgery Right for You?

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Lupus is a tricky disease, masquerading as a variety of conditions. This results in an average of six years between the onset of symptoms and the time a person receives a diagnosis. We’re breaking down the basics of this mysterious condition so you c...

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