crystal arthritis center patient portal

by Timothy Rau V 8 min read
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What is the crystal arthritis center?

The Crystal Arthritis Center consists of a group of board certified rheumatologists who specialize in the diagnosis of arthritis and related diseases. The rheumatologists at the Crystal Arthritis Center provide state of the art medical care to arthritis patients in a conveniently located, easily accessible, community setting.

How early should I arrive for my appointment at Crystal arthritis center?

If you are a new patient, you must arrive 30 minutes before your appointment time so that we can obtain the information necessary for your visit. The staff of Crystal Arthritis Center will treat all patients with consideration, dignity and respect. All patients have the right to refuse or withdraw consent for treatment at any time.

What is the crystal clinic patient portal?

Crystal Clinic offers two patient portals to help you become a more active participant in your medical care. Each portal is a secure website that offers convenient 24-hour access to your personal health information. For our patients who have visited any of our clinics, we offer a widely used portal from Medfusion.

Can X-rays and blood tests be done at Crystal arthritis center?

The Crystal Arthritis Center’s physicians installed the first bone density unit in the Akron region and continue to perform and read bone densities. Can X-rays and blood tests be done at the center? X-rays, laboratory tests and other diagnostic testing related to arthritis are performed at the facility.

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What is Crystal Arthritis Center?

The Crystal Arthritis Center consists of a group of board certified rheumatologists who specialize in the diagnosis of arthritis and related diseases. The rheumatologists at the Crystal Arthritis Center provide state of the art medical care to arthritis patients in a conveniently located, easily accessible, community setting.

What kind of doctor treats gout?

Rheumatologists treat a variety of conditions including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout, systemic lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, polymyositis, some forms of soft tissue problems such as bursitis and tendonitis, and osteoporosis.

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