• Giant Cell Arteritis - Symptoms and Causes
    Our rheumatologist in Haddon Heights, NJ, can treat and help you manage giant cell arteritis. If you are getting older and you are developing frequent headache, fatigue, and feel like you Read more
  • What Are The Causes of Arthritis?
    Dr. Mark Fisher is an expert doctor in Haddon, Heights, NJ, and serving residents of Haddon Heights, South Jersey, Gloucester County, and Camden County, NJ, who can help with arthritis Read more
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment Options
    Your rheumatologist in Haddon Heights, NJ, can help you find relief from rheumatoid arthritis pain Read more
  • How to Relieve Psoriasis Symptoms
    Your rheumatologist in Haddon Heights, NJ, can help you manage psoriasis Read more
  • Signs of Osteoporosis
    Here’s what you should know about bone weakening as you age. If you are 65 or older our Gloucester County, Camden County, NJ, rheumatologist Dr. Mark Fisher may recommend a bone Read more
  • 5 Tips for Managing your Rheumatoid Arthritis
    Here is how your rheumatologist in Haddon Heights and South Jersey, NJ, can help relieve your arthritis pain, reduce risks for joint damage, and reduce disabling function. Rheumatoid arthritis can be Read more
  • Finding Treatment for Your Psoriasis
    Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease and is a chronic inflammatory skin condition. It can cause the formation of elevated and thickened skin lesions known as plaques with redness or erythema. Read more
  • What is Rheumatoid Arthritis?
    If pain in your joints is a recurring problem, and you find yourself using over-the-counter pain medications regularly, it may be time to visit Dr. Mark Fisher, a Rheumatologist in Read more
  • At-Home Care for Arthritis
    If you're living with arthritis, there is a lot you can do on your own to help manage it. For help with caring for your arthritis, get in contact with Read more
  • How We Can Help Manage Your Rheumatoid Arthritis
    There are always new and emerging medications designed to slow the progression of rheumatoid arthritis. Have a low-grade fever, joint swelling, and redness, and overall fatigue become the “new norm” Read more
  • What Is Osteoporosis?
    Bones are living tissues that are in balance under normal circumstances with break down and formation of bone. Osteoporosis develops when the rate of new or fresh bone production is Read more
  • Arthritis: Symptoms and Treatments
    Seek a rheumatologist to successfully diagnose and manage your arthritis symptoms if this has eluded your primary care provider. More than 54 million adults have been diagnosed with various arthritis conditions. Read more
  • What is Giant Cell Arteritis?
    Are you dealing with frequent headaches and changes in your vision? Giant-cell arteritis (GCA), also known as temporal arteritis, is an inflammatory condition that affects the blood vessels (e.g. temporal artery Read more
  • Are You Dealing with Gout?
    Are You Dealing with Gout? Find out if that severe pain in your big toe( or other joints) could be caused by gouty arthritis. Gout, a specific type of arthritis that most Read more
  • Polymyalgia: Symptoms and Treatment
    Are you an older adult who is dealing with muscle pain and stiffness? It could be polymyalgia rheumatica.   Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) is an inflammatory condition that results in stiffness and aching Read more
  • Dealing with Your Psoriasis Symptoms
    Find out how to reduce psoriasis flare-ups and improve moments of remission. If you are dealing with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis, it is important that you have a trusted physician in Read more