ANSHUMAN MALaviya private rheumatologist

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My Experience

I have been a Consultant Rheumatologist working in the NHS since 2012, initially at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford and since 2017, at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. I moved to  Cambridge in order to pursue my research and clinical interests in Early Arthritis and Biologic Therapy. 


I have published extensively in peer-reviewed journals on rheumatoid arthritis, spondyloarthritis and its treatment with newer drugs (biologics). 


In addition to my NHS commitments, I work as a private rheumatologist and have a private clinic in Chelmsford,

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My Approach

As rheumatologists we are only now beginning to appreciate that many different conditions are linked. An example is the link between arthritis and the diseases of the gut. There are also clues in one's family history, and it is not uncommon for family members to have related conditions. My approach to arthritis takes into account these various other (seemingly unrelated) issues.


Rheumatoid arthritis treatment has evolved over the last few years and there is considerable evidence that early aggressive treatment is beneficial for some forms of arthritis. Having run Early Arthritis Clinics, I always strive to ensure that patients get appropriate treatment in a timely manner.

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My Private clinics

Springfield Hospital, Lawn Lane, Chelmsford CM1 7GU


Tuesday 9am - 1pm

Wednesday 2pm - 9pm

My Main Areas of interest

Diagnosis and treatment of Early Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Rheumatoid arthritis can be an aggressive disease of the joints. Early targetted treatment can prevent progression and indeed lead to a higher chance of remission.

Diagnosis and treatment of Spondyloarthritis

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Back pain is one of the commonest medical problems. A proportion of patients with back pain have inflammation in their spine and this can often link in with other conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease and psoriasis.

Treatment of Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Diseases

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Osteoporosis or brittle bone disease needs to be diagnosed and treated as it can lead to fractures in the spine and other bones, leading to significant morbidity and loss of independance.