Are you looking for a rheumatologist Keego Harbor MI?
Dr. James Dowd is a rheumatologist who practices in Keego Harbor, Michigan. Keego Harbor was initially developed as a resort, but grew to offer a place along the water where families and businesses grow. If you suffer from conditions related to pain and swelling of the joints and muscles, or struggle with poor health and fatigue that keeps you from living your best life in Keego Harbor or anywhere in lower Michigan, Dr. James Dowd provides personal care in a comforting setting, where you can get answers and see results. Dr. Dowd has spent 20 years in research and treatment, driven to ease the symptoms of vitamin deficiency and rheumatic diseases for his patients. When Keego Harbor rheumatologist Dr. James Dowd founded the Arthritis Institute of Michigan, he established a comprehensive arthritis care facility that is designed around the special physical needs of patients suffering from autoimmune and musculoskeletal rheumatic diseases. With covered, curbside drop-off, a clinical research facility, an infusion suite and natural lighting throughout, this barrier-free facility offers comforting care, effective treatment and individualized healing in an environment that supports your well being. In additition to treating the many types of arthritis and musculoskeletal diseases, see patients for so much more. Dr. Dowd and his staff have successfully treated patients for Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, Psoriatic Arthritis, Inflammatory Diseases, Scleroderma, Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Psoriatic Arthritis, Ankylosing-Spondylitis, childhood Arthritis and joint problems, pain in the knee, hip, back, neck or shoulder, or vitamin D deficiency.
Rheumatologist Keego Harbor MI
Dr. James Dowd has spent a portion of his time in research focusing on the importance of nutrition and the role vitamins play in our overall health. Dr. Dowd has discovered that excess acidity in our modern diets makes us more susceptible to the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency. In the winter months, cold weather forces us to spend more time indoors, and our vitamin D levels drop because we eat less fresh food and get less sunlight on our skin. This vitamin deficiency can make you feel listless, depressed and sore. If this describes you, get back to feeling like yourself again.