Arthritis doesn’t just affect adults. Kids — even infants — can get arthritis too. The most common type of juvenile (childhood) arthritis is called “juvenile idiopathic arthritis” (JIA). It’s an autoimmune disorder that causes inflammation, swelling, pain and other symptoms in a child’s joints, or throughout the body. At Nemours Children's, our teams of pediatric rheumatologists are recognized for our expert care and research into helping kids with JIA feel their best as they grow.
At Nemours, we have an internationally recognized team of pediatric rheumatologists. We’re experts in diagnosing and treating all types of juvenile arthritis and juvenile idiopathic arthritis. And we’re board-certified and fellowship-trained to provide the highest level of care for kids whose bodies are still growing and changing. Many of us are also clinical researchers who have made significant contributions to advancing the understanding of arthritis in kids.
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