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Find A Neurologist In My Area
Several choices: 1) ask your primary care physician for his/her recommendation; 2) call your trusted local hospital for the proctologist(s) affiliated with the institution; 3) search any number of doctor-finder web sites; 4) call the local medical society for proctologists in your area; 5) ask your family and friends who may be satisfied with proctology services they've received; 6) yellow pages. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Keratoconus MD: A cornea specialist will help you manage keratoconus. One way is to call the ophthalmology clinic at the university center near you. Generally these are multi-specialty departments. Also, the academy of ophthalmogy has a website to search for any specialist using your zip code @.. http://www.geteyesmart.org/eyesmart/find/index.cfm . Goof luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are many: Check with community rheumatologists. The university of cincinnati they can direct you. ...Read more
Trying to figure out the right kind of Doctor to see for a condition. Pain, numbness, tingling in my left arm for about a month now. Neurologist or Rheumatologist?
Albany or syracuse : Great sacandaga lake for vacation near gloversville, ny is wonderful place. You want a surgeon to help with adhesions and you live in new york. The closest places would be albany or syracuse. Get to know your surgeon before you have obstruction that way in the future he/she will be ready to take care of you. Eventually adhesions do get better but it can take a long time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I live in florida and have pne and I am trying to find the closest dr. Experienced in administering a nerve block to this particular area?
Check with : Your local neurologist or hospital.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Can a hip problem refer pain in the groin/back? Travels down leg/foot. Off and on for year. Better resting. See a neurologist? Urologist found nothing
I have a pain in the crease of groin and knee on the left side, seems muscular. should I see a chiropractor or a physiotherapist?
Please start by: seeing your doc for a diagnosis. He/she may refer you to the proper professional for further treatment as needed. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Would it be better to consult a d.C., a d.O., a d.P.T, a neurologist, or an orthopedist for the chronic pain & stiffness in my back, neck and head?
Pain management spec: A comprehensive pain management specialist can help with the diagnosis and management of all aspects of your problems and refer you to the right therapist, chiropractor or surgeon if needed. Look for a pain specialist who is board certified. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it a good idea to see a chiropractor for a pinched nerve in my lower back. I also have 3 slipped discs?
Yes: Yes, I think it is fine to see a chiropractor for your back, it is an accepted treatment for patients with back problems. If it is not helpful, you can see an md for a second opinion, but there are many people who can get good symptom improvement through chiropractic care. ...Read more
Swollen area on forearm for 6 weeks. Occasional pain in the area and fingers. Should I see a neurologist?
See your PCP: Initially you need to see your PCP to see what may be going on. ...Read more
How can I find a lenient pain management doctor who will meet my needs in my area? Rheumatologist.
Pain doctor: There is no such thing as a lenient pain doctor. Pain doctors will evaluate you and provide care that is appropriate and justified based on their findings (history, exam and tests, imaging etc..) - your expectations of needs does not necessarily mean they will be fulfilled. Its not like a pizza place where you order items off a menu. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Great question: The best doc for anyone are those who have a good blend of knowledge and compassion. The pcp visit is often spent reviewing your health history, getting a physical exam, and blood work as well. Some women have both a pcp and gyn. More than anything, you want to know that you can bond well with the doc and staff. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Public health clinic: Most larger metropolitan areas have public health clinics or public hospitals at which eye exams can be done for free or a very limited cost. A few ophthalmologists will also give free exams or will negotiate the price if asked. Here is a chance to use your entrepreneural spirit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly vascular: It sounds like you may have had a small vein in finger dilate or rupture. If you see an area around there that is discolored like a bruise that would be likely. It can be sudden in onset and fairly painful. The bump may represent some bleeding under skin. I actually get this several times a year for no obvious reason. You can do an inbox consult and send picture through my virtual practice WJFAQQ. ...Read more
I have been experiencing a lot of seating in my groin area and as a result a lot of itching happens in that area and in my private area? Help
Tinea Cruris: This is likely tinea cruris, known as "jock itch". Increased sweating can lead to an environment where fungal elements that live on our bodies can thrive. Using a daily powder after thoroughly drying the area will help absorb moisture during the day. A topical prescription anti-fungal cream obtained from your dermatologist will clear the rash up. ...Read more
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