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A 46-year-old male asked:

Ive been to 3 inept pcps. what specialist handles the following pain?: headaches, bottom of feet, neck, back, shoulder joints/blades & other joints.

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Dr. Derek Farley
Urgent Care 24 years experience
Neurologist: I hope one of those "inept" PCP's has screened you for diabetes, connective tissue disorders, atherosclerosis of heart and/or peripheral vascular system, cancers, and a myriad of other things they typically do in any given patient, any given workday. What you have likely won't be diagnosed in just one visit, with a PCP or neurologist. So, see a neurologist but find a good PCP for long term care.

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San Diego, CA
A 46-year-old male asked:

What kind of specialist do you recommend for the following pain?: headaches, bottom of feet, neck, back, shoulder joints & blades, and other joints.

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Dr. Kathy Robinson
Family Medicine 32 years experience
Start with primary: I would start with your internist or family doctor first. They can then help you with some of the problems and then send you to the appropriate specialist if needed.

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Last updated Jul 31, 2014

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