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Rheumatology

Outpatient Rheumatology Clinic
via Telemedicine

By Appointment Only, 9:00am-11:00am  Fourth Friday of every Month

Multi-Specialties Clinic
Outpatient Services Center, 1st Floor of Copley Hospital
528 Washington Highway
Morrisville, VT 05661
802-888-8372

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Team

Daniel A. Albert, MD   

photo of Dr. Daniel A. Albert communicating with a nurse using telemedicine technology.
A telemedicine appointment with Rheumatologist Dr. Daniel A. Albert.

Stephanie Mathew, DO

A Rheumatologist specializes in non-surgical treatment of rheumatic diseases, including arthritis. Copley provides this service in collaboration with Dartmouth-Hitchcock (DH) Connected Care.

Telemedicine uses technology to remove barriers to care, enabling access to treatment of arthritis, rheumatic diseases and other bone, joint and muscle disorders, close to home.

Patients at Copley Hospital are seen by Dartmouth-Hitchcock Rheumatologist Dr. Daniel A. Albert via telemedicine for evaluations, follow-up exams, and recommendations for relevant therapies or interventions. This TeleRheumatology service uses live, two-way secure video on large format, high-definition mobile carts in the Multi-Specialty Outpatient Clinic at Copley Hospital.

Rheumatic diseases and conditions generally affect joints, tendons, ligaments, bones and muscles. Inflammation is common with rheumatic conditions, causing swelling, redness, heat and pain. Internal organs may also be affected. Some conditions can be debilitating or result in life-threatening complications.

There are more than 100 conditions referred to as rheumatism. Typically, they are broken into categories based on location and symptoms. For example: bursitis is an example of localized rheumatism; TMJ (jaw joint pain) is considered regional rheumatism; and Fibromyalgia is an example of generalized rheumatism.

Common Rheumatic Conditions Treated at Copley

  • Arthritis – including rheumatoid, osteo, gout, reactive, and psoriatic
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Lupus
  • Scleroderma
  • Polymyositis
  • Dermatomyositis
  • Bursitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Vasculitis
  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome