"Kind, educated, thorough. So many questions answered."
"Absolutely amazing! I have suffered for years and now have an answer! Thank you so much!"
"Very caring and supportive doctor and new team. I enjoy every visit!"
Sona Kamat, MD, FACR, is a leading board-certified rheumatologist at West County Rheumatology in Saint Louis. She uses state-of-the-art technology and testing to assess patients’ joint pain, inflammation, and accompanying symptoms to develop effective and unique treatment strategies. She’s dedicated to helping patients navigate life with rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, lupus, joint pain, hypermobility, and fibromyalgia.
Dr. Kamat completed her internship and residency in Peoria, Illinois, at OSF St. Francis Medical Center. She then completed her fellowship at St. Louis University School of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology. She is a Fellow of the American College of Rheumatology and a former President of the Saint Louis Rheumatology Society. As a sought after speaker, she has lectured nationally on rheumatologic disease states.
Dr. Kamat comprehensively evaluates patients and listens to each of their concerns throughout their treatment processes. To achieve the best possible outcomes, she offers multifaceted treatment plans, including appropriate prescription medications to help alleviate patients’ discomfort.
Dr. Kamat serves a diverse population. She has won multiple awards for her dedication and care and is known for her compassion and keen ability to answer patient questions in depth.
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"Dr. Kamat is the best of the best!!! My daughter and I both see her, and she always takes as much time with us as we need and answers all of our questions."
"Dr. Kamat and staff are very warm and welcoming... She was able to help me move again with less pain and inflammation. Thankful for finding her."
"Dr. Kamat is an absolutely amazing doctor! She is very thorough in her diagnosis, takes the time educate her patients in great detail."