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Your trusted rheumatologists serving the Mornington Peninsula region for over 30 years.

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Rheumatologists are specialist physicians with particular expertise in the diagnosis and holistic management of diseases that affect joints, muscles, and bones. They treat all forms of arthritis, autoimmune connective tissue disease, spinal and soft tissue disorders and certain metabolic bone disorders, such as osteoporosis and chronic musculoskeletal pain syndromes.

The more common Rheumatological diseases include:

Joint Disease/Arthritis

Autoimmune connective tissue disease

Soft Tissue Disorders

Bone Disease

There are also a number of rarer rheumatic conditions which can affect other parts of the body. 


Items: 110 Initial Consultation - 116 Review Consultation 
Items: 132 Initial Consultation - 133 Review Consultation
Items: 132 Consultation and 133 Review are for chronic / complex care.

The fee for Item 132 and 133 is, therefore, slightly higher. 
Your Specialist will decide at your appointment which MBS item numbers are appropriate for your visit. This cannot be decided by the Receptionist prior to your visit.
Please bring your Referral, Pathology and X-Ray results along with you or ensure that your referring doctor has sent them on to us.

Please bring a list of your current medications and dosage to the appointment. The Specialist will usually need to examine you, therefore, please dress appropriately.

Patient Information

The Australian Rheumatology Association (ARA) and Arthritis Australia are pleased to provide the following patient medication information and condition information, for your easy access and downloading.

Patient Medication Information
Condition Information

Our Rheumatology Clinic is conveniently located near the Peninsula Link

Peninsula Rheumatology
Suite 3, 35 Cranbourne Road
Langwarrin 3910

03 97765000