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Sure: A patient on PRIME can get a referral to a particular doctor or a particular specialty, which means the PRIME doctor recommends that the patient go get evaluated by a certain doctor or specialty. Because PRIME is outside the commercial insurance system, there are no phone calls, faxes, or paperwork when the PRIME doctor refers a patient (insurers might treat a PRIME referral as a "self-referral"). ...Read more
For what purpose?: Anyone can see any physician; referrals only a suggestion of someone believed to be of some assistance (on whatever basis). One best referral basis has long been from others who have seen several physicians. This now includes looking on the net for free-form written ratings of physicians. Conversely, referral sometimes refers to money/3rd party payer payment; HealthTap=no benefit for this purpose. ...Read more
Both.: The specialists are here, and they're great. Just look around. ...Read more
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Just find one.: There are plenty of specialists among the ~65000 doctors currently on HealthTap. You can link to one through HealthTap Concierge and consult with him or her when they're available or in virtual office hours. ...Read more
Healthy living: In medicine, a physician who is focused on wellness will work with patients to try to optimize their health from every angle: resistance training, aerobic exercise, stress reduction techniques, nutrition/diet, disease prevention, genetic testing, hormone balancing (if necessary), supplementation (if necessary), improving blood pressure, insulin sensitivity, lipid profiles, body composition........ ...Read more
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for your information specialists do not come from out of space they go to med school first, than do years of training to specialise in their chosen fields so that they can take care of various medical/surgical problems day in and day out. ...Read more
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I don't understand ?: Your question is not clear. What do you mean by piano management? ...Read more
Back pain specialist:
The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ...
The treatment depends on the cause of the pain.
If your pain persists, you should seek help from a doctor such as pain specialist, physiatrist or spine surgeon ... You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Soon as possible: If it has been determined that you need to see a specialist, then waiting longer than logistically necessary is neglect. I recognize that there can be difficulties in seeing a specialist, but you should see one as soon as you can be scheduled. ...Read more
It s easy: If you ask your dr, or your insurance, they will help you obtain a referral. However, most of the time, if you ask in the psychiatrist s office, they can help you with the process (if any is really needed). Sometimes, no referral is needed and you can simply be seen by just making an appointment. ...Read more
Start w/family doc: Go see your family doc first. Poor balance may be due to simple inner ear infection. Benign positional vertigo can be easily diagnosed & treated by your family doc who's familiar w/dix hallpike and epley maneuvers. Your family doc can also check to be sure poor balance isn't a manifestation of some other condition, eg heart rhythm condition, sugar control, blood pressure, stroke, medication, etc. ...Read more
Dependency: It is a natural thing to develop identification and dependency upon those who care for you, particularly through crisis situations. When that care is no longer needed and you are dismissed, you may have a sense of loss, uncertainty and fear which you will outgrow. ...Read more
Yes : Usually need to consult Surgeon in rooms , so he can examine you , determine treatment plan , and get authorization for procedure from Funder. ...Read more
Any: Any primary care physician should be able to evaluste you without the need for a "specialist". ...Read more
Are there any cures or reliefs for a 40y/o man? Where do we go to find specialists or groups to find answers?
Need more info: Cures or relief of what? A wild guess would be ed. A urologist would help with that. Otherwise, we would need more info. ...Read more
I am currently in the process of finding a new neuro. whats some ways I can manage HAs until I find a specialist?
How do you find a specialist online and eventually your specialist they'll start treating you for your medical conditions?
HealthTap CONCIERGE: HealthTap Concierge doctors can see and treat their own patients via smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Certain problems (not all) are treatable online, and some medications (not all) can be prescribed. You can upload images beforehand or send them during a live Concierge consultation. Try searching on HealthTap for doctors in the Specialty you need, and then asking for a Concierge appointment. ...Read more
After many years of seeing specialists and having many tests done, a lot of symptoms were found but no diagnoses. Do i keep investigating?
What symptoms: Can you describe your symptoms in details, maybe we can help you..... ...Read more
Can I see 2 of the same type of specialist concurrently? (Diff hosp, just following something). I want to keep getting both opinions. Is that unusual?
Yes: In general it may be confusing to get different opinions. For more serious conditions it may be worth getting a second opinion. I would stick with one doctor who's style you prefer. ...Read more
My husband has the churg-strauss syndroom. It has been diagnosed since twoo weeks ago. Is there a specialist in our country for this syndroom known by?
Dr. Kallenberg is a world expert on churg strauss at the university of groningen. I do not know if he is accepting patients, but someone is his group there would be a good place to start.
http://www.Rug.Nl/staff/c.G.M.Kallenberg/. ...Read more
Toxicologists: Physicians with specialty training in dealing with poisonings are toxicologists. However many physicians, internists, ER docs, pediatricians, family practice, are quite comfortable dealing with many of these issues also. ...Read more