Check Out Some Other Informative Sites On Arthritis
Available in both written as well as audio formats, The Book on PRP is an easy to understand “consumer’s guide” to understanding how platelet-rich plasma is used to treat problems such as tendonitis, ligament damage, bursitis, fasciitis, and other related disorders. It is written in easy to understand language by Nathan Wei, MD, FACP, FACR a board-certified rheumatologist and authority on the topic. If you’re at all interested in the current technology and the questions you need to ask before you seek out this type of treatment, this guide is a must.
In this site, you’ll discover the most up-to-date conventional and alternative therapies in joint diseases that have been proven to be effective… not just in a sterile laboratory but where it really counts… in the real world.
Tendonitis and PRP provides reliable, accurate, and useful information on tendonitis treatment written by a board-certified rheumatologist. Learn more about how to get tendonitis relief using the most up-to-date methods.
Arthritis Treatment Center is now listed as a subscriber to Center Watch Site. You can use this site to find a wealth of information about clinical research, including listings of more than 41,000 active industry and government-sponsored clinical trials, as well as new drug therapies in research and those recently approved by the FDA. Our site is designed to be an open resource for patients interested in participating in clinical trials and for research professionals.
This website will provide you with the opportunity to read over 60 different publications authored by Dr. Nathan Wei. You can find information on dieting, exercise, knee pain, and much more.
A service of the National Library of Medicine, NIH, this site includes current health news, information on clinical trials, and a dictionary of medical terms.
This is the site of the Arthritis National Research Foundation, an organization that provides funding to help researchers find a cure for arthritis. Offers the latest research information and a bibliography for arthritis-specific information and medical reference sources.
The site of the NIH’s National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases includes a selection of various health topics and a plethora of information regarding research activities specific to arthritis, musculoskeletal diseases, and skin disorders.
Features a link to “Arthritis in Motion”, a patient newsletter sponsored by Centocor, Inc. The newsletter includes the latest in treatment, diet, nutrition and exercise. The site discusses the role of rheumatologists in the treatment of RA and the impact of arthritis on everyday living.
Drug and patient information for infliximab(Remicade). This site includes information on living with RA, educational seminars to help manage the disease, and how to find an RA specialist.
Sponsored by the American College of Rheumatology, this site contains patient information and fact sheets for a variety of rheumatic diseases.

Beginning in December 2011, I saw three doctors and two specialists regarding the pain throughout my body. I couldn’t walk from one room to another and was at the emergency room twice. Then in April 2012, I made an appointment with Dr. Wei. He immediately assessed my condition, and started me on treatment. It was almost miraculous how fast I felt better. I was sleeping better! I was eating! And, I was walking again! Today I am walking two miles a day. It’s wonderful! I feel like my other doctors gave up on me. Dr. Wei didn’t!"

Edward Carter,
Mt. Airy, Maryland

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