Welcome to Low Country Rheumatology

With Three Convenient Locations in Summerville, West Ashley and Mount Pleasant, SC

Our goal at Low Country Rheumatology is to provide our patients with timely, caring service of the highest quality. As Board Certified Rheumatologists with years of clinical experience, we are qualified to manage all connective tissue diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus, scleroderma, and vasculitis; all forms of arthritis including gout, pseudogout, and osteoarthritis; bone disorders such as osteoporosis; and musculoskeletal disorders. We take great pride in the relationships that we have established with our patients and the ability to give a personal approach to difficult problems.

COVID-19 Virus Update

We are OPEN and PRE-SCREENING all patients

Please take the following into consideration:

  • 1. Stay home if you are experiencing a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath.
  • 2. Stay home if you have traveled within the last 14 days (see link below).
  • 3. Please leave all guests at home, no visitors are allowed at this time.
  • 4. Please wear a mask or cloth face covering to your appointment.
  • 5. After checking in for your appointment, please wait in your car and we'll call or text you when the physician or physician assistant is ready to see you.

When you arrive for your appointment::

  • 1. Please wear a mask or cloth face covering to your appointment. Patients are not permitted entrance to our clinics without a mask.
  • 2. We will check your temperature when you arrive for your appointment. You may not enter the clinic if you have a temperature over 100.4○F.
  • 3. We are following the CDC recommended Covid-19 pre-screening questions and will ask if you have or have had a fever, cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath. If you have any of these symptoms or have traveled within the last 14 days, we ask that you return home and call us to reschedule your appointment.
  • 4. We have increased our facility hygiene procedures (examples: sanitizing waiting room chairs, exam rooms, door handles, etc.).
  • 5. We’ve reduced number of chairs in the waiting room. We ask that you wait in your car instead of our waiting room/lobby.
  • 6. We’ve increased distance between chairs in both our waiting room and infusion.
  • 7. Staff will be wearing masks and minimizing contact to the extent necessary for diagnosis and treatment.

We encourage patients to keep their scheduled appointments and maintain treatment schedule, unless instructed otherwise by your physician. We will continue to update you regularly.


Articularis Healthcare Group values professional membership, continuing education and teamwork. This video, produced by the Association of Rheumatology Professionals (ARP), a division of the American College of Rheumatology, captures the importance of membership as we take an interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of rheumatic disease.

Low Country Rheumatology is a private medical practice specializing in diagnosing and managing rheumatologic disorders. Our provider team consists of medical professionals with years of clinical and research experience that are dedicated to providing excellent care to our patients to aid in improving their health.

We also offer the convenience of having our own digital x-ray and research departments, infusion suite, and phlebotomy lab which allows out patients to receive their full spectrum of treatment right in our office. Our board of certified physicians strive to provide the highest quality of healthcare services to our patients and community.

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September 2019 marks the 4th Annual Rheumatic Disease Awareness Month (RDAM), a national awareness event sponsored by the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and its public awareness campaign, Simple Tasks™. RDAM was created to raise awareness about the 100+ conditions under the umbrella of rheumatic disease. Rheumatic diseases are painful autoimmune and inflammatory diseases that cause the immune system to attack a person’s joints, muscles, bones, and/or organs. Rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, lupus, Sjogren’s syndrome, gout, scleroderma, and psoriatic arthritis are some of the most commonly known. Chances are, if you don’t have a rheumatic disease, you know somebody who does. More than 54 million American adults – one in four – have been diagnosed with one. Learn more at SimpleTasks.org!

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