RA Joint Profile

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free joint profile.

This profile is intended for patients who have
been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
This Personal Joint Profile will help you and your rheumatologist understand how rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is affecting you and your joints. Many of the assessment questions are from the Health Assessment Questionnaire (HAQ), a tool that is used widely by rheumatologists to measure how RA affects your ability to function in daily life. To receive your joint profile in the mail, please fill out the form below. Then once you've completed your profile, use the results to speak with your doctor about how RA is affecting you. Together, you can find an appropriate management plan for your RA.


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* 1. Are you a patient or a Friend or Caregiver of a patient?
* 2. What is your current diagnosis?

* 3. Have you seen a rheumatologist
within the last 12 months?
* 4. Have you seen a dermatologist
within the last 12 months?
*5. Are you taking any of the following medications? (Check all that apply)

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6. How satisfied are you with your current treatment?

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It can help you and your rheumatologist understand the effects of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) – so you can partner to create an appropriate treatment plan.
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