Blog Articles

Pain and Gain

Human bodies are imperfect. They break down. They can start to hurt after a while.

May 9th, 2019
Medications That May Cause Bone Loss

Glucocorticoids are created by the body naturally as cortisone or cortisol. These are necessary for the body’s growth, metabolism, and response to physical stresses like injuries, infections, and inflammation.

Jan 16th, 2019
FAQ: Scleroderma

What is scleroderma? More commonly observed in women, scleroderma refers to abnormal growth of connective tissue that affects joints, skin, and internal organs.

Nov 16th, 2018
Osteoporosis: Risk Factors You CAN and CANNOT Change

In celebration of this year’s World Osteoporosis Day in the 20th of October, the Rheumatology of Central Indiana presents this comprehensive list with the hope of educating patients and raising awareness about the risk factors of Osteoporosis.

Oct 15th, 2018
FAQ: Gout

What is Gout? A condition that causes inflammation and pain in the joints. These are due to the occurrence of monosodium urate crystal deposits in and around the joints.

Sep 4th, 2018
Professionals on Lupus and Nutrition

Overview. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) refers to a systemic autoimmune disorder that is characterized by the presence of autoantibodies that attack healthy self-protein and affect multiple organ systems.

Aug 2nd, 2018