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Movement disorders: Contact the neurology department and ask if they have a movement disorder clinic. Many even have specific clinic for parkinsons with on-going research into treatment and management. Your primary doctor can help to facilitate referral to a specific clinic or movement disorder specialist. ...Read more
Just got bill over 500 to see retinal doc and his trainee (who was really rough). First exam, for floaters. Thoughts?
I need a doctor for a interstitial cystitis specialist in the Cincinnati area.or suburbs? can anyone help. Also looking for primary care doctor as wel
Www.ichelp.org: Log onto ichelp.org, Register (very straight forward). They should be able to give you a few names of urologists &/or urogynecologists with IC expertise or contacts in your area. In mean time try & avoid coffee, caffeinated tea, spicy or fried foods To see if this helps. Dr may well prescribe medication as first line of treatment. Good Luck. ...Read more
What kind of Dr should I see for prostate cancer? Urologist? Looking to see a top specialist in Miami, FL or on east coast. Flying into US for this.
Been diagnosed with facial nerve neuralgia "tic douloureux". I need to see a good neurologist without a god complex. Help? My family doctor recommended george rederich, md and neurologist. He is on vacation until march 28. I cannot live with this pain th
The : The best idea may be to call your local hospital and ask for the neurology floor, and then ask a nurse for a good recommendation. The nurses will usually be very helpful with this as they know the doctors well. You could also ask your doctor for another recommendation. I am sorry you are having to go through this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's the best trestment for white coat syndrome? I get soooo nervous at dr. Appts and get an insanely high BP reading but normal at home.
See below: You've taken the first step by acknowledging your difficulty. Psychologically the next step would be to identify your fears specifically and then confront them rationally careful to remove our tendency to catastrophize. Let your doctors know of your fear so they can help. There is a very nice review here: http://www.Webmd.Com/anxiety-panic/features/beyond-white-coat-syndrome? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was diagnosed with CKD stage 2 out of the blue. My current dr will not refer me to a specialist until i'm at stage4, why? What can I do?
Earlier referral: At stage 2 basically need to address risk factors and try and treat underlying cause. At this stage most important aspect is looking for proteinuria. Actual ckd related issues can be a problem from stage 3 (egfr<60) . I rather prefer to be seen by a nephrologist for assessment in stage 3. Stage 4 is too late and can not actually aim to slow progression. ...Read more
What kind of Dr should a 52 year old male see for a full physical, what screenings should he get, and can you recommend a top doctor in the Miami area?
Generally speaking..: I would recommend a Board-certified Internal Medicine physician (but I guess I'm biased). Internal Medicine deals with all of the diseases of adults. Age-appropriate screens for a gentleman of 52 yrs would include: annual physical exam, cholesterol screening every 2 years, Tetanus booster every 10 yrs, flu shot yearly, and discussion about prostate checking as well as colon cancer screening. ...Read more
Help, my daughter needs to see a rheumatolgist in the franklin, in area that will take healty indiana plan mhs?
Call the ins. co: Something that specific requires discussion with the insurance company. They should have a list of names, and if there isn't one in the area (within 35 miles usually) they will authorize you to see another who normally wouldn't be included. Look to major academic centers also. They usually take most insurances. ...Read more
I need to find a familydoctor in my area that takes cash only/ sliding scale/ no insurance. I desperately need a checkup and check my cholestrol, etc.
County Health Dept.: Check with your county or state health department. Most of them have lists of low cost or free clinics available for people in your situation. Also, check with st. Vincent de paul, salvation army, local churchs, medical or nursing schools, universities, etc., as they may have knowledge of clinics in the area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What makes a Gyno an excellent doc? What should patients look at & search for?How many years in profession to become a good doc? When's a Gyno expert?
Regardless of : specialty & it does include OB GYN, a great doctor is one who is competent, compassionate, a good listener & truthful or honest w/U. The years in practice is relative. Any doctor graduating from medical school whether they're the top or bottom of their class, graduate with a MD or DO. he years spent in internship & residency is up to 110 hours/week of training (mine did!) Go by positive referrals! ...Read more
I heard dr roizen speak and he was awesome. Is he a generalist or specialist I could go see for care?
Anesthesiologist: He is an anesthesiologist who was given the title of chief wellness officer of the cleveland clinic. Beware of advice he gives as i personally had a bad experience from some of his advice. That said, he is a nice man and does speak well. ...Read more
Looking for a partner to share office in nyc and mt vernon ny. Any speciality looking for par time office space?
Wrong place for it: Speak to a real estate agent or place in craig-list. ...Read more
How should I search for primary care physician? My family never visited doctor unless emergency. I'm on my own and nervous about 1st checkup in 10yrs.
Research and friends: There are a few good ways of figuring this out. First, ask around to friends and acquaintances you know to see who they recommend. Second, you can call your insurance company, or check their website for a referral. Third, if you happen to go to the er, you can always ask them who they'd refer someone to. Lots of resources, just have to do the research. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
About familial mediterranean fevermy greetings to youi want to ask about fmf as i made amyloid a ( saa) and the result was 41 and the doctor diag?
Misunderstanding?: Tricky call. Serum amyloid-associated protein levels won't establish a diagnosis of familial mediterranean fever; today you want a geneticist or genetics lab to do this for you. It's an important diagnosis not to miss or to make in error; lifelong rx will make the fatal complication of amylodosis less likely, while an erroneous diagnosis results in lifelong unnecessary rx. Be proactive. ...Read more
Recently found out my grandma has dementia. What type of doctor do we see and can you recommend one in the beaumont texas area?
Do we need to go to urgent care? My husband's right cheek and neck are swollen and he has a rash on the top of his head (recently using bosley hair cream). Do we need to go to urgent care for the swelling or can we wait until his doctor's appointment mond
Which doctor should I consult for yellowish eyes? An eye doctor or a liver doctor? Cuz i've been to eye checkups and they don't really care?
General physician: I assume you went to storefront optometrists who found your vision to be fine. But if your eyes have become yellow recently, then it is possible that your liver might be at issue. Your personal, general physician can diagnose this, provide therapy and/or referral to a liver specialist for treatment. You should do this soon especially if you are feeling ill otherwise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm looking for a Pediatrician/Pediatric ER for a patient of mine with abdominal pain, visiting in Wellington, Florida. Appreciate any help/can PM me.
WELINGTON: REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 561-798-9880 Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
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