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What Can I Expect At The Physiatrist Office
Every physiatrists office i've called told me drs only specialize in spine. How do I find a hip physiatrist?
Ask your dr: You should ask your primary care doctor or orthopedic surgeon. They will be able to direct you in the right direction, especially the orthopedist. ...Read more
Like a normal doctor: I believe that a visit to a neurologists office is the same as your primary care physician. The neurologist will take a detailed history and perform a comprehensive examination. The entire initial visit should last between 30 and 60 minutes in its entirety. ...Read more
Neurologist Office: A neurologist will have an office that is similar to other doctors in layout. He/she will likely spend more time than typical to hear your symptoms and will examine the different aspects of your brain and nervous system; such as cranial nerves, sensation, motor strength, balance, thought process and so forth. In general, allow more time for a neurology appointment than most other physicians. ...Read more
6 seconds: With the sophisticated blood sugar monitors we have these days, you can have a finger poke, put a micro-drop of blood on a test strip and have a blood sugar reading in 6 seconds. A blood sugar greater than 140 is diagnostic of diabetes if you are fasting; a blood sugar greater than 200 is diagnostic of diabetes if you have eaten a meal within 2 hours. ...Read more
First visit to: Your dentist is the most important one. You want to be confident in the quality of care that your dentist provides. At first glance: welcoming reception area, a clean, neat office and friendly professional environment are often signs of a well-run dental office. After your exam, the dentist should present a treatment plan. Make sure that all your questions are answered. Have a nice experience. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What do you advise if I'm going to be 14 weeks pregnant next week and I go to the dr. office for the 3rd time. what should I expect at this next visit?
14 Weeks: In an uncomplicated pregnancy, there is not much going on at 14 weeks. Your doctor will talk to you and find out how you are doing and discuss any problems. He/she will listen to the baby's heart-beat and set up your next appointment, including lab-work that is often done between 15-20 weeks. Best wishes! ...Read more
It depends on: How much you use your brain at work. Sorry, that was too easy. The recuperation is usually quite rapid. I would think the most important factors are what diagnosis is established, is it serious, is more surgery required, and is treatment needed. ...Read more
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