The Arthritis team for Little River Healthcare helps you get a grip on your Arthritis symptoms. Whether Rheumatoid Arthritis or Osteoarthritis, our Arthritis specialists will help you regain functionality in your life while relieving your Arthritis pain.
Our Arthritis team consists of Rheumatologists, Pain Management specialists, Orthopedists, and Neurologists, providing Central Texas a full array of Arthritis treatment methods. If you’re experiencing symptoms of Arthritis, click the green “Schedule Now” button to book a Arthritis screening online at an Arthritis Center in Georgetown, Rockdale, or Temple.
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Arthritis Center Locations

Texas Arthritis Centers

King’s Daughters Clinic – Rheumatology
1905 SW H.K. Dodgen Loop
Temple, TX 76502
Phone: (254) 298-2400
Providing Arthritis treatment to Belton, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Killeen, Temple, and Waco.

Georgetown Specialty Clinic
1512 Leander Road
Georgetown, TX 78628
Phone: (512) 948-7611
Providing Arthritis treatment to Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Georgetown, and Hutto.

Rockdale Medical Clinic
602 N Main St.
Rockdale, TX 76567
Phone: (512) 446-4555
Providing Arthritis treatment to Cameron, Rockdale, Taylor, and all of Milam County.

About Arthritis
Arthritis is a direct result of damage to the joints, usually caused by wearing cartilage, a lack of synovial fluid, an autoimmune disorder, or a combination of factors.


Arthritis Symptoms
If you suffer from any combination of these Arthritis symptoms, click here to book an appointment now.
☐ Joint Pain
☐ Joint Swelling or Inflammation
☐ Joint Stiffness
☐ Redness or Warmth at any Joint
☐ Muscle Pain
☐ Muscle Swelling or Inflammation
☐ Muscle Stiffness
☐ Muscle Warmth
☐ Pain of the Tendons or Ligaments
☐ Swelling of Tendons or Ligaments
☐ Warmth of Tendons or Ligaments
☐ Stiff Tendons or Ligaments
☐ General Fatigue
☐ Fever
☐ General Sense of Not Feeling Well
☐ Loss of Strength
☐ Loss of Joint Movement
☐ Weightloss
☐ Abnormal Function of Lungs, Heart or Kidneys
Arthritis Prevention
By practicing the following actions, you may be able to help prevent Arthritis.
• Eat fish and ingest plenty of omega-3 fatty acids
• Maintain a healthy weight so as to put less pressure on your bones and joints
• Exercise regularly, but lightly
• Avoid injuries
• Brace and protect your joints
• See your primary adult care doctor regularly
Risk Factors
Because arthritis is primarily a hereditary rheumatological disorder, anyone and everyone can contract arthritis. In fact, almost 40 million Americans are battling arthritis today. Possible risk factors include:
• Genetic Predisposition
• Excessive Stress on Joints
• Diseases
• Infections
• Repetitive Movements
• Autoimmune Disorders
• Tobacco Use
• Viruses