Page Content Making Our Patients’ Lives Easier Osteoporosis, arthritis, lupus and gout can slow you down, but our Rheumatology specialists can help you keep or regain mobility. Kelsey-Seybold board-certified rheumatologists treat a variety of diseases affecting joints, muscles, bones and other organs. These include arthritis and other joint conditions including certain autoimmune disorders, musculoskeletal pain and osteoporosis – some of which can lead to joint deformities and serious disability resulting in difficulties with daily living activities if untreated. Early diagnosis and intervention are essential to preventing joint damage. Working with your primary care physician, our rheumatologists will help you regain a healthier, more active lifestyle. Kelsey-Seybold Rheumatology specialists offer evidence-based and advanced plans specific to your disorder. The right treatment can mean the difference between a life dealing with pain and being able to perform everyday tasks more easily.Our services include: Comprehensive consultation and evaluation for each new patientInfusion therapies at our Main Campus and Spring Medical and Diagnostic Center Testing: MRI, CT scan, bone mineral density scan (DEXA), musculoskeletal ultrasoundJoint injectionsAnd more Conditions Treated Kelsey-Seybold’s rheumatologists are experts at diagnosing and treating: Osteoarthritis OsteoporosisBursitisTendonitisRheumatoid arthritisPsoriatic arthritisSystemic lupus erythematosusSclerodermaGoutAnkylosing spondylitis Stay Connected with MyKelseyOnline Email your doctor’s office from a computer or mobile device.Directly schedule appointments with Kelsey-Seybold primary care physicians and an expanding list of specialists. Cancel appointments.View past and upcoming appointments.View your health summary, current medications, immunization records and most lab and test results.Use a link to refill prescription medications at your Kelsey Pharmacy.Update your insurance and personal information.Pay bills online. Learn more or sign up for MyKelseyOnline.