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to a new building in August 2024.
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ATTN: Physician offices
we can be reached via email @ referrals@rana-hsv.org

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RANA Laboratory
Our Laboratory includes all the necessary care and equipment for the diagnosis, management and monitoring of different rheumatological diseases. Since our Laboratory is connected to our main office directly, it provides a convenience of not requiring the patient to visit a separate office.

What We Do
Rheumatologists help the primary care physician to evaluate the patient’s problem, make a diagnosis, and plan the course of treatment.

We can be reached via email @ referrals@rana-hsv.org

Great Staff
Welcome and thank you for visiting the Rheumatology Associates of North Alabama website. Our dedicated physicians, professional and friendly managers and staff make it possible for us to provide the best care and environment for comprehensive treatment of your arthritis.


What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases?
What Causes Rheumatic Diseases?
Who Is Affected by Rheumatic Diseases?

 Why RANA?

Great Infrastructure

We provide comprehensive care in all disciplines and conditions related to rheumatology in two different office locations distributed across Northern Alabama for your convenience.

Friendly Staff

Our friendly staff helps provide the best care and environment for comprehensive treatment of your arthritis.

Cutting Edge Technology

Using a Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) machine, our technicians can test the density of the patient’s bones.

Health Tips from RANA

How to live a healthy lifestyle?

Following a nutritious diet and adding foods that fight inflammation can help you better manage your RA. These simple ideas may help you live longer and happier.

  • Sleep Well
  • Lift Weights
  • Eat More Fish
  • Quit Smoking
  • Get Regular Check-Ups
  • Maintain a Healthy Weight
  • Stay Out of the Sun

Studies show that regular rheumatoid arthritis exercise may help reduce joint pain and stiffness, increase joint mobility and muscle strength and improve psychological well-being. Regular exercise can also help reduce your risk of other health problems.

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