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What Kind Of Doctor Should I See For My Feet
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Orthopedic F;A doc: I am biased, as a fellowship-trained foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon, but an orthopedic surgeon can give a more comprehensive evaluation. Most foot and ankle abnormalities may result in problems in another area or may be caused by a problem in another part of the body. As such, it's more "one stop shopping" with an orthopedic surgeon. A podiatrist has a limited license to practice medicine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Eye care provider: An optician grinds lenses for glasses, an optometrist is a trained eye care provider that has not been trained to perform surgery, and an ophthalmologist has gone to medical school and residency and may have had subspecialty training (main distinction is surgical training). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thrush!: If you are asking for an adult, you should be able to see your regular internist initially. If he/she feels it is necessary for you to see a specialist, then a referral could be made. If you are asking for a child, i would bring the child to a pediatrician for an evaluation. Thrush is often found in an immunocompromised person. ...Read more
A rheumatologist: A rheumatologist is the appropriate specialist to see. ...Read more
Family Doctor: You should have and always start with your family physician. This is a simple and common problem that your family doctor can help you with. ...Read more
Your own: If you have a primary care doctor, you can start there. In some states, you can go several times initially to a physical therapist to aee if some guided exercise and treatment helps. Some see a chiropractor. If these evaluations & treatments do not help, you can see a physiatrist, orthopedist, neurologist or a neurosurgeon for a further evaluation and treatment recommendation. ...Read more
Family practitioner : There are many causes for neck pain and your family physician is an excellent resource to begin the evaluation in ascertaining the correct diagnosis and treatment initiation. If more specific care is needed, you will be referred to the appropriate specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Many types of doctors treat leg pain. Many causes are musculoskeletal making an orthopod a good choice, but many are also commonly diagnosed and well treated by your family physician. Start with one of those and if it something more serious like a vascular or dermatologic issue, they can refer you in the right direction. ...Read more
Simple solutions: Start with your primary care doctor. Chiropractic physicians provide conservative management and can order xrays as necessary. Several large, recent studies show chiropractic is the safest and most cost effective interventions. Word of mouth referral is best place to start. American academy of osteopathy (aao) can help you locate a do in your area specializing in structural medicine. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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