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What Doctor Do You See For Dyslexia
Neurologist/speech: Aphasia is an acquired disorder due to damage commonly a consequence of stroke. Working together with a neurologist and family doc to stablize your medical conditions and a service from a speech pathologist/language specialist can be helpful in training to use language for communication again etc..It's a very difficult process and frustrating because adult brain is not easy to work with. Good luck. ...Read more
No Medicines: Dyslexia is a learning disability.Management is focused on identifying the persons strengths or learning pathways and trying to bypass the weakness.Skill testing with an educational psychologist and a learning plan based on these findings is needed.There are no medicines to treat this. ...Read more
Depends: Either a pH.D., such as a trained psychologist, with a specialization in disorders of childhood. However, psychologists cannot prescribe medication. A medical doctor, such as a child psychiatrist, has psychotherapeutic skills, but also has medical training. Hence, can prescribe medication, if needed. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends on issue: There is no specialty of medicine or dentistry that deals only or specifically with 'tongues'. The best doctor (ent, oral pathologist, oral surgeon, general dentist, . Pcp) would depend upon the specific issue or problem- irritation, allergy, neoplasm, laceration, thrush, viral or bacterial infections, canker sore, herpes, lichen planus, etc. Please state your issue or symptom. ...Read more
Psychiatrist for: starters. S/he will conduct a full psychiatric screening and further advise. Sometimes psychiatric symptoms are caused by physical ailments, too numerous to list here, in which case you will be referred. ...Read more
X-rays and exam: A physical exam of the spine is helpful to identify the severity of the deformity clinically. Full length xrays of the spine are needed to judge radiographically the severity of the curve or if a curve is present. ...Read more
Oral Surgeon: Unless you are referring to the mucosal surfaces of the urinary tract or genitals (then a urologist or gyn) leukoplakia is merely a descriptive clinical term- not a truly diagnostic term - meaning white patch. The causes of leukoplakia are numerous and range from benign and irritation-type issues, all the way to malignancy. Best to have this examined and evaluated to see if it warrants a biopsy. ...Read more
Pulmonologist: A pulmonologist or pulmonary specialist. I hope that this helps. ...Read more
Clinical Diagnosis: There are no lab tests for bipolar disorder (bd). The diagnosis is made based on history. Patterns differ, but the key is someone who has episodes of depression (decreased mood and other symptoms) and of mania (increased or irritable mood and other symptoms). Depression alone is much more common, so the key for the diagnosis is clear presence of a manic episode. Family history also can help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Stethescope: We listen to your lungs and we may do a chest x-ray. ...Read more
Xrays: In many cases, the findings on a patient with even a large scoliosis curve can be subtle. This is in part why schools will screen for scoliosis. The most common findings are an asymmetry in the hips and pelvis, an elevation of one shoulder, and a rib hump, otherwise known as an asymmetric trunk rotation. An xray is the definitive test. Thank you for your question. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Call my new office!: I'm a general internist affiliated with texas health resources. I see you're from the dallas area. I am actually in process of moving clinics from near presby dallas to business district of addison in early august 2013. We'd love to have you as a new patient! the number to the addison clinic is 972-980-5050. If not, you can ask family/friends who they go to near you. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: In fact, in the developed world this is the norm. We can treat it effectively and cheaply. If someone is preventing you from seeing a physician for this chronic, non-lifestyle-related, and serious illness, please get with a teacher or counselor. ...Read more
See your doctor: Narcolepsy is a chronic disorder which results in excessive daytime sleepiness, vivid dreams, sleep paralysis, and poor sleep. It occurs in 1 in 2, 000 people. If you think you have narcolepsy, see your doctor. You may need a referral to a sleep center to have tests performed. These tests would distinguish between narcolepsy and other sleep problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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