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Who can help diagnose rheumatoid arthritis (RA)?

Diagnosing and treating rheumatoid arthritis can sometimes be difficult. It may require a team effort between you and several types of healthcare professionals, including a rheumatologist, a physician who specializes in arthritis and other diseases of the joints, bones, and muscles. Physical therapists, psychologists, and social workers can also play a role.

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