The City of East Lansing is home to roughly 49,000 residents. Consistently growing, this fairly large and historic community is most recognized as being the home of Michigan State University. Education aside, East Lansing has grown into a popular destination for residents, visitors and students alike, thanks to all its recreational and historic attractions, as well as its city services and conveniences.
From fun and educational community events, to valuable resources for both mind and body, it is easy to see why so many make East Lansing their home. As a city with an educational institution focused on health and agricultural pursuits, it also likely comes as no surprise that bike trails, parks and other recreation is always close by, in East Lansing. Whether you are new to the area and are just learning about all these great features or a long time resident, we encourage you to get out and explore. If you have a condition which has prevented you from being as active as you would like, the Arthritis Institute of Michigan may be able to help.
As a graduate of Michigan State University, Dr. James Dowd is familiar with all this community has to offer its residents. Now is the time to do your part to feel better. Whether you have recently been diagnosed or have been dealing with your condition for many years, it is never too early or too late to get help.
Rheumatologist East Lansing MI
The Arthritis Institute of Michigan is a preferred rheumatologist in Southern Michigan, including East Lansing. Specializing in treatment of a variety of inflammatory and rheumatic conditions, we can help you feel better and better manage the symptoms. If you are living in East Lansing and are dealing with a rheumatic condition, such as RA or some other inflammatory disease, you are not alone. To schedule an appointment or to learn more about how we can help you, contact the Arthritis Institute of Michigan right away at 1.810.225.7553 or simply fill out the form below.