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What Doctor Would You See For Vercose Vein Problems
Need more info: Hi. I guess it is safe to assume you've been trying to conceive for months without success. What is your gender? If you're a woman, your gyn will know the good fertility clinics in your area. If you're a man, your partner's gyn will steer you both to a good fertility clinic. Both the woman and the man need to be evaluated. Good luck! ...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
neurologist: Neurologist or perhaps rheumatologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Call psychologists: Or other mental health professionals and ask if they have training and experience treating anxiety. The treatment that has proven most effective is relaxation training coupled with cognitive therapy that includes gradual exposure in imagination and real life. Biofeedback can help with relaxation -- www.Bcia.Org or www.Aapb.Org. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Spine Specialist: Recommend seeing a fellowship trained spine/pain specialist. ...Read more
Start with a consult: Varicose veins can cause long-term problems that can be severely life-limiting. Start with a consultation with a phlebologist, interventional radiologist, or vascular surgeon who is committed to treating vein disease. Evaluation will include a history and physical examination and an ultrasound examination, which should be done with the patient standing. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What type of doctor should you see for sciatica pain beside your primary care? Should you see a rehab doctor?
Osteopathic: If you see an osteopathic physician that uses manipulation you may be able to have treatment in the office that relieves your pain. Other physicians to consider include pain management specialists, and spine surgeons. The latter two may both perform i ejections which may help. I would first reccomendation conservative treatment with manipulation and physical therapy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
ENT first.: Start with a good ENT in your area that has experience treating singers. The ENT can determine the correct diagnosis and treatment, which often includes working with a speech therapist to change any vocal habits that may have led to the problem. Voice rest and lots of fluids are a must! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Other: Cardiologist is best, but a kidney doctor can also be of benefit. ...Read more
Pulmonologist: A pulmonologist or pulmonary specialist. I hope that this helps. ...Read more
Specialist therapist: Any type of psychotherapist (psychologist, psychiatrist, social worker, marriage & family therapist) specializing in anxiety can help determine what will work best. Generally, most anxiety is best helped by confronting it in small ways at first, gradually increasing to things that make you more anxious, plus learning coping tools. Exercise can help many types of anxiety. ...Read more
For you?: If you had cancer as a kid and are still in remission, it's safe to say you are very likely cured so see your family doc or internist yearly and if he/she thinks you need an oncologist, you can be refered. Remember that you can have other cancers and depending on the situation, the risk may be higher than normal. ...Read more
A nephrologist: A nephrologist is the doctor who specializes in diseases of the kidneys. ...Read more
Primary or lung dr. : Pleurisy may develop when you have lung inflammation due to infections such as pneumonia or tuberculosis. This inflammation also causes the sharp chest pain of pleurisy. The key to treatment is identification of the cause. If your primary physician is unable to identify or treat the cause, referral to a lung specialist is appropriate. ...Read more
Depends: Shortness of breath that is worsening is a common reason to see an md. ...Read more
Orthopaedic surgeon: Orthopaedic surgeons, usually those trained in sports medicine and arthroscopy, care for osteochondritis. When it occurs in the foot and ankle, some foot and ankle surgeons (orthopaedists, podiatrists) care for it too. Costochondritis sounds similar but is inflammation of the rib cartilage. It does not need a specialist, usually treated with Ibuprofen or similar medications. ...Read more
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