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Members of your child's healthcare team may include:
A doctor trained in the care of children with rheumatic conditions (JIA, lupus, dermatomyositis).
A physician who is a pediatrician (after three years of specialized training) who is training to become a pediatric rheumatologist.
A nurse with a master’s degree who works with doctors and families to develop care plans, educate patients and families, and provide counseling.
A resource for helping your child with comfort and pain management. Often, the clinic nurse is the link between family, doctor, school and other health care members, coordinating your child’s care.
A research specialist who helps organize clinical research studies and works with participating families to describe research studies and perform study visits.
Works mostly with problems in the lower extremities (hips, knees and feet) and overall physical activity. The PT may teach you and your child special exercises to do at home and may make leg casts or splints to help straighten your child’s legs.
Usually works with the upper extremities (hands, wrists, shoulders and arms). The OT measures upper body motion and strength and may give special exercises or special devices to help with daily living tasks (writing, bathing, dressing).
Assesses and then works to meet the personal, emotional, family, or financial concerns and needs of patients and their families.
Helps schedule your child’s appointments or tests and connects you with the right person to answer your questions.
A doctor trained to diagnose and treat eye diseases.
Use this downloadable form to track your child's healthcare team in the Division of Rheumatology at Cincinnati Children's.
For more information about the William S. Rowe Division of Rheumatology at Cincinnati Children’s, call 513-636-4676.
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