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What Doctor Should I See To Treat Hip Dysplasia
Spine Specialist: Recommend seeing a fellowship trained spine/pain specialist. ...Read more
Orthopedist: Orthopedists specialize in treating disorders of the bones and joints. ...Read more
Repro. Endocrinology: A reproductive endocrinology and infertility or rei md can do tests to find out the cause of your hirsutism, such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (pcos) or adrenal gland disorders. Once we know the cause we can recommend treatment options. Many rei physicians see women who aren't trying to conceive as well as those who are, but some only see infertility patients. ...Read more
See details: I love questions like this when no specifics are offered. If you have pain, have it evaluated. ...Read more
See below: This is a diagnostic term that we use during adolescent growth spurt. This does not apply in adults . Anterior knee pain is very common orthopedic condition in females . An orthopedic a evaluation with standing x-rays would be helpful good luck thank you ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Allergies: You may start with a family practitioner. He may take your history and conduct a physical exam and order allergy testing. If he feels your case is more complicated than what he can deal with, he can refer you to an allergist for second opinion. ...Read more
Need more info: Hi. I guess it is safe to assume you've been trying to conceive for months without success. What is your gender? If you're a woman, your gyn will know the good fertility clinics in your area. If you're a man, your partner's gyn will steer you both to a good fertility clinic. Both the woman and the man need to be evaluated. Good luck! ...Read more
Interview docs: It's OK to make an appointment with a doctor and to interview them about their methods of treatment for FMS. There are some doctors who don't 'believe' in FMS and you don't want to go there. Go to a FMS website and ask for recommendations in your area. Docs who can treat FMS - FamilyDoctors, Pain Management, Rheumatologists. ...Read more
Depends: Shortness of breath that is worsening is a common reason to see an md. ...Read more
R.I.I.C.E.: Hello, The above mnemonic is the gold standard for ankle sprain treatment. Rest, Ice, Immobilization, Compression, and elevation. The key is to protect the ligaments from further attenuation and allow them to heal as anatomically sound as possible. I recommend offloading as a staple. If pain or instability persists seek the care of a specialist for further imaging and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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