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Go on internet: You can search for any specialty doctor in any area of USA by going on google and enquiring Endocrinologists near your zip code or locality and also can check the credentials of ant Physician in any speciality.In your case EndocrinologistsSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr Russell Barkley: http://www.russellbarkley.org/ dr russell barkley, phd is a specialist in adhd in children and adults. He is professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at the medical university of south carolina, at charleston. His work is extensive and very interesting. Good luck in your search.See 1 more doctor answer
BNI: I worked in phoenix for a few years and highly recommend the barrow neuro institute. They are excellent!. Good luck.See 2 more doctor answers
Is there a rating system for psychiatrists? I am trying to find a very good one in the phoenix area and am running into a lot of issues doing so.
Beware of ratings: Some of the rating systems you can find on the internet have no real representative sample of opinions. Phoenix is a big city and is sure ot have good psychiatrists. If you dont have a regular medical doctor, find one and get some updated labs / physical, the physician might know of good psychiatrists. Calling the arizona psychiatric association may also provide leads.
Is there any drs. In the phoenix/scottsdale area, that are recommended for ehlers danlos? I'm finding it hard to find any for my son and me! thanks!
While I can't offer: A specific recommendation, i'd suggest you have your pcp serve as "field general" to assure you receive the necessary subspecialty care for this constitutional disorder. Genetics referral may be a good 1st step. Many systems can be involved, based upon subtype & dz severity. Cardiovascular & musculoskeletal systems require attention. These and other services should be found at phoenix children's.
I have chronic pain and fibromyalgia (too many other diseases/disorders to list). I desperately need help finding a good pain dr. In phoenix. Thank u!
Pcp: Ask your pcp to refer you to one who has experience in managing your condition.
Ask your dentist: Usually your dentist will refer you to the oral surgeon. If you want to go directly call your local dental society office to get the list of local oral surgeons from that you choose weather they accept medicare or not, most likely they will, if you explain your financial situation.
Phoenix Children's : Although I do not work there I have a number of friends and colleagues at phoenix children's hospital. They do a fantastic job and are a referral site for kids from all over the country.See 2 more doctor answers
Yes: It is possible to undergo what it called ultra rapid detox. You are anesthetized and given intravenous reversal agents. It takes many hours and and you wake up feeling horrible. Sorry there is no magic bullet.See 1 more doctor answer
Who accept insurance in Phoenix Arizona to remove and enlarged painful cyst on my right face cheek ASAP very very painful?
Complicated: Complicated question. Start with a phone call to local medical society asking for advice.
Ask AHCCS: For a list of pain doctors in your area.
It's easy: Check at your nearest hospital for doctors on staff. Then check those with offices close to your home. Then check to see if the doctor accepts Medicaid patients. Unfortunately because of poor fees and excess paperwork many good doctors cannot take this insurance. Look for a family doctor or internal medicine specialist depending on your medical history.
My allergies are getting worse ? I've lived in phoenix for 4 years now and it worse everyday. Zertech and allegra (fexofenadine) don't work anymore
Lots of options: See your doctor or an allergy specialist. There as still options available to you, including other antihistamines, nasal steroids, mast cell stabilizers, and allergy testing and desensitization. These can all be discussed with your family doctor, internist or allergist.See 1 more doctor answer
How long does a doctor have to be practicing before he/she is considered good? Is a 7 year residency at st. Joesph medical center in phoenix, az good?
A few years for most: In general sweet spot" for doctors is a few years out of training but not too many. However, doctors are like any other professionals -some are better than others. Seven years in residency should count for something, but not if it was a five year residency! to check the quality of the doctor look at your state licensing body. https://fortress.wa.gov/doh/providercredentialsearch/searchcriteria.asp.See 1 more doctor answer
What kind of doctor would be best for a cyct that is very large and growing painful and noticeable on my face my primary doctor is not very good and I cannot wait to find a new primary doctor I need to take action now . Out of Phoenix az?
See specialist: I would recommend seeing an ENT doctor or possibly a plastic surgeon if it is a big cyst and you are worried about a good cosmetic result.
Need script for Santyl. Any non trans phobic doctors in Phoenix AZ that can get lotion? Phoenix burn center is haters
See dermatologist: I recommend you see a dermatologist for your skin complaint and prescription questions.
Dr. Verma, I reside in Phoenix, AZ and have been diagnosed with MS since 1996. I moved out of state for 2 years and now that I am back I need recommendations on a PCP (previously Dr. Vicki Copeland) and a neurologist (previously Dr. Bomprezzi). Thank yo
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had dust on finger in Phoenix, picked nose, nose bled. Balamuthia risk higher now? (southwest, dust, open wound)
No. Need symptoms.: You shouldn't suspect Balamuthia infection unless you have SYMPTOMS that corroborate it. Symptoms would include a nodular skin rash (granuloma) @the site of entry, headaches, & neurologic symptoms (Balamuthia often travels to the brain) like paralysis. People with HIV or immunosuppressed (for transplant) are more likely to develop neuro symptoms & not the rash. TT Infectious Disease doc on HT PrimSee 1 more doctor answer
I live in Phoenix. Someone (not a doctor) told me that everyone here will get skin cancer eventually. Is that really true? I don't buy it.
Not true: Not everyone will get skin cancer. Even some people who don't follow any of the rules don't get cancer. Just like some smokers never get cancer. However, to minimize your risk use sunscreen, wear a hat, avoid the sun during the peak hours of 10 am to 2 pm. Avoid tanning beds. Don't get sunburned to get the basis of a "good tan." Certainly some people are at greater risk than others.See 2 more doctor answers
Was i trimming the phoenix palm and got stuck several times by the nasty thorns. My wrist and i finger on opposite hand feel like artritic pain?
See a doctor: A rheumatologist or infectious diseases expert would be a good place to start. There are several infectious conditions that can be introduced through plants, including a condition called sporotrichosis, and although these usually have initial lesions at the site of entry, they can travel to other areas of the body. Good luck.