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Husbands ck is high in blood test, muscle twitching, cramps, what can a neurologist do to help him, nephrologist wont help.

Medicine. First you need to have a family physician to help you navigate the health care system. Second, nephrologists do not test for or treat seizure disorders, neurologists do. Read more...
Help in diagnosis. What you are describing a disorder in muscle. The neurologist will aid in diagnosing what is causing the muscle inflammation and then can begin therapy. Read more...
Muscle CPK. Elevated CPK indicates muscle fiber breakdown. This can occur from statins. He must stop them. Myositis can also occur from a rheumatic illness, such as polymyositis, mixed connective disease, or lupus. Some infections elevate CPK, like flu. Even predisone can weaken muscles and promote a muscle breakdown. Stopping statins is essential. Having a dx is essential. Read more...