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Dr Margaret Mazur 


Margaret undertook her medical training in Poland.  She relocated to Australia and undertook the Australian Medical Council Examination in Brisbane in 1994.  She subsequently went on to specialise in Rheumatology and received her Fellowship of the RACP in 2008.  She undertook her rheumatological training at Royal Perth Hospital and Sir Charles Gardner Hospital in Perth.


Margaret has a special interest in all forms of inflammatory arthropathy.


Margaret also performs a musculoskeletal ultrasound to assist with the assessment of joints, tendons and ligaments.  She also undertakes corticosteroid injections with the help of ultrasound guidance.


Margaret has completed the following musculoskeletal ultrasound courses:
- Australian Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Basic Course 2011
- EULAR Musculoskeletal Intermediate Course 2014
- EULAR Musculoskeletal Advanced Course 2015

- Certificate in Clinician-Performed Ultrasound 2017


Dr Mazur is also the co-author of the book A Practical guide to living with Arthritis that can be purchased here.


Dr Antonia Cole

Dr Antonia Cole is a consultant rheumatologist and member of the Australian Rheumatology Association.

She obtained her undergraduate medical degree at the University of Otago, New Zealand before moving to Australia and undertaking specialist training in rheumatology at Royal Perth Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.


She completed her training at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, South Australia before returning to work in private practice in Perth in 2008. She is interested in all aspects of adult rheumatology including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, spondyloarthritis, osteoarthritis, gout, connective tissue disorders and osteoporosis.

Dr Kiri Langford is a general rheumatologist who practises patient-centred medicine.


She endeavours to understand the goals and priorities of the people she treats, as well as their rheumatic condition. Dr Langford graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2012.


After undertaking specialist training in Sydney she attained her rheumatology fellowship in 2021. Dr Langford has worked in both metropolitan and regional settings, before and after fellowship. She moved to Perth in 2023.


Dr Langford is also a consultant at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. 

Qualifications: BMed, FRACP

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