THE DIFFERENCE ENBREL CAN MAKE

ABOUT ENBREL

Since 1998, ENBREL has been prescribed for patients around the world with a range of joint and skin conditions. Patients with joint conditions commonly notice a reduction in pain and stiffness, and patients with skin conditions usually see an improvement in their lesions. Many of them are able to do things that their condition may have prevented them from doing before they were taking ENBREL.Find out more about Enbrel

 
 

WHO CAN I TALK TO?

 

CONTACT A SPECIALIST

If you have a lifelong condition like rheumatoid arthritis or plaque psoriasis, it’s important to see a doctor who is an expert in that field. Your family doctor can refer you to a specialist known as a rheumatologist or dermatologist.

 

QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR SPECIALIST

If you have moderate to severe symptoms, you may have a lot of questions. Your specialist can help you find answers. Prepare for your visit by downloading an appointment guide.

Questions to ask your Rheumatologist
Questions to ask your Dermatologist
Dr. Julia Martin’s advice on getting the most out of your specialist appointment

 

CONtACT AN ARTHRITIS EDUCATOR

Arthritis New Zealand
0800663 463 or visit their website at arthritis.org.nz

 

ENBREL RESOURCES

If your doctor has decided to treat you with ENBREL. You can access free support information here. Once you register you can also order more resources to help manage your treatment.

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