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What kind of doctor should you see for thoracic outlet syndrome?

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Dr. Laurence Badgley
General Practice
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In brief: Physiatrist

A vascular surgeon can find & operate.
The operation is notoriously ineffective in many, but not all. A physiatrist can also diagnose. Unfortuntely, many neurologists disbelieve tos because their studies cannot detect. An experienced physical therapist is best clinician to lead way to improvement & without surgery. See my discussion on chronic pain board at quora.Com.

In brief: Physiatrist

A vascular surgeon can find & operate.
The operation is notoriously ineffective in many, but not all. A physiatrist can also diagnose. Unfortuntely, many neurologists disbelieve tos because their studies cannot detect. An experienced physical therapist is best clinician to lead way to improvement & without surgery. See my discussion on chronic pain board at quora.Com.
Dr. Laurence Badgley
Dr. Laurence Badgley
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In brief: Vascular/thoracic

Most national specialists have backgrounds in vascular and thoracic surgeries.
Rarely, medical neurologists have experience in sophisticated electromyographic testing or angiographic techniques. Many medical schools such as johns hopkins, ucla, washington university, have surgeons with experience in this area. The most experienced surgeons are currently in denver.

In brief: Vascular/thoracic

Most national specialists have backgrounds in vascular and thoracic surgeries.
Rarely, medical neurologists have experience in sophisticated electromyographic testing or angiographic techniques. Many medical schools such as johns hopkins, ucla, washington university, have surgeons with experience in this area. The most experienced surgeons are currently in denver.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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