Dr. Sara McCoy is a rheumatologist and the Director of the University of Wisconsin Health Sjögren’s Clinic. She is also a faculty member in the Division of Rheumatology within the Department of Medicine at the UW. Dr. McCoy is a current recipient of the Foundation’s High Impact Research Grant and was also a 2021 recipient of the Foundation’s Outstanding Abstract Award. She publishes frequently on Sjögren’s-related topics and has helped lead a team in the publication of the 2016 Living with Sjögren’s survey data. Additionally, Dr. McCoy served on the Consensus Expert Panel for the Foundation’s pulmonary clinical guidelines for Sjögren’s.
Joint and muscle pain are common symptoms of Sjögren’s patients. In fact, approximately 83% of patients suffer from musculoskeletal pain. In this presentation, Dr. McCoy will share how Sjögren’s impacts the musculoskeletal system, how doctors determine the root of the pain, then she will offer ideas on treatment and management.
The video is taken directly from a talk given at our 2022 Virtual National Patient Conference.
Each video is approximately 50 minutes long which includes the presentation and a follow-up Q&A session. Each talk also comes with the slides used by the presenter.
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