When over the counter remedies do not provide relief to allergy symptoms that interfere with your daily life activities, you may be referred to an allergist.
Audiology is the science of hearing and balance. You may see an audiologist if you are having issues with hearing, dizziness and balance concerns.
Behavioral health encompasses all influences to mental wellness, such as eating habits, drinking or exercising have an impact physical or mental health.
are research institutions that perform laboratory research and clinical trials and provide treatment directly to patients.
A patient may be referred to a cardiologist for various reasons of cardiac care from prevention and diagnosis, to treatment.
If we suggests you may have a skin disorder or if you require a skin survey, you may be referred to a dermatologist or a doctor who specializes in skin conditions.
Imaging technology (such as x-ray, MRI, mammography, etc.) that is used to diagnose, monitor the status of and to screen for various illnesses.
Healthcare professionals with extensive knowledge in diabetes prevention, prediabetes and management of diabetic disease by educating and supporting patients to better understand and manage the condition.
Commonly treats hormone-related diseases and the various glands and tissues that produce them.
Also known as otalaryngologists, who specifically evaluate and treat conditions with ear, nose, throat, head and neck issues.
Relates to digestive issues involving gastrointestinal systems or for your colon cancer screening colonoscopy.
"General Surgery" is a discipline of surgery having a central core of knowledge embracing anatomy, physiology, metabolism, immunology, nutrition, pathology, wound healing, shock and resuscitation, intensive care, and neoplasia, which are common to all surgical specialties.
Hematologists diagnoses and treat blood disorders, and is commonly overlapped with oncologists.
I.D. doctors specialize in the expertise of either diagnosis of or manage persistent infections a patient may have. Or referred to when traveling to foreign countries that have a high infection risk.
NCS stands for nerve conduction study, EMG stands for electromyography, both noninvasive tests used to determine if your symptoms are related to a muscular or nerve problem,
A nephrologist is a type of doctor that specializes in treating diseases of the kidney. Not only do nephrologists have expertise on diseases that specifically affect the kidney, but they’re also very knowledgeable about how kidney disease or dysfunction can affect other parts of your body.
Specializing in neurological conditions involving the brain and nervous system which regulates and coordinates the body's movements.
Commonly used abbreviation for doctors specializing in both Obstetrics (delivery of babies) and Gynecology (female reproductive system).
Treatment of disorders and vision issues of the eye. Along with importance of yearly examinations preventing problems involving the eyes as a result from chronic conditions, such as diabetes.
The surgical and non-surgical treatment of bone, muscle or joint pain due to injuries, joint replacement or fractures.
Monitors and facilitates patients cope with chronic pain via medications, therapies or interventional procedures.
Aid those with limited mobility in order to regain maximal function and independence whether due to an injury or post surgical procedure.
Podiatrists treat disorders specifically of the foot and ankle. Also yearly exams to prevent or monitor diabetes-related conditions due to blood circulation or nerve damage.
If we suggests you may have a lung or breathing ailment, you may be referred to a pulmonologist or a doctor who specializes in lung disorders. Pulmonologist also conducts sleep studies.
Specialists who diagnose and treat disorders affecting the body's connective tissue, or autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis or musculoskeletal pain disorders like tendinitis or bursities.
Thoracic surgeons specializes in prevention of, early diagnosis and treatments of conditions involving the organs of the chest, including lungs, heart, esophagus, and trachea.
Specialists involved in the diagnosing and management of the urinary system and male reproductive system.
Non face-to-face Medicare service offered to patients with multiple chronic conditions aimed to help enhance self-care and self-management skills along with improving care coordination and communication between your PCP and specialists.
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