Corona Virus Information
We are offering telehealth visits to our established patients and new patients. Teleheath visits are being used as a way to lower your risk and provide safety to our patients and staff. If you are a new patient, please call the office for appointment information.
In a effort to keep all patients and staff safe, if you are sick or have been exposed to someone who is sick, do not come into the office. We ask that prior to an in office scheduled visit you check your temperature at home. If it is elevated please do not come in. If you are sick, please call our office and let our staff know. Dr. Lawlor and his staff are available and will make decisions about your care on a case by case basis. We thank you for your patience as we work together during the current pandemic.
The link below will take you to a virtual waiting room, and to your scheduled telemedicine visit with Dr. Lawlor.
Updated information on COVID-19 from the the AZ Health Department and the CDC. Click links below:
Also known as RA; Rheumatoid Arthritis is a condition in which your body attacks itself, otherwise known as autoimmunity. Patients with RA develop fatigue, joint pain, joint swelling and joint stiffness primarily in the joints of the hands, wrist and feet. However, it can also affect many other joints and organs.
Inflammatory condition which occurs when the body is not able to clear uric acid. Uric acid is product of metabolism. Left untreated gout can affect joints and organs.
Also known as degenerative arthritis; it is the most common type of arthritis. It affects many different joints, however weight bearing joints are affected most.
If you are suffering from the symptoms of Arthritis or other joint related issues, or an autoimmune problem, please contact us with this form or call us at one of our two locations.