MEDICAL SPECIALISTS - Part I
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ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY
Asthma, Allergies, Diseases of the respiratory tract, Immune deficiencies, HIV, Lung diseases, Reactions to food and drugs, Sinusitis.
Pain, Critical care, Sleep disorders, Hospice care, surgical relief.
Treatment of psychological disorders, using medical, social and behavioral sciences to provide multi-disciplinary care.
Conditions of the heart, like high cholesterol, diabetes, and high blood pressure. Heart disease, dizziness, irregular heartbeat, and other heart-related problems.
Diagnosis and treatment of problems of the hair and nails, and the bodys’ largest organ, the skin.
Emergency services, Hospice, Critical care, Hyperbaric medicine, Sports injuries, Poison & venom control, Addiction.
Treatment of conditions affecting the digestive system (i.e., constipation, diarrhea, GERD, gallstones. Providers of colonoscopies and endoscopies.
Hereditary disorders, Gene deficiencies.
Diagnoses by means of x-rays, ultrasounds, MRIs.
Comprehensive health care and primary treatment of all ages. Generally known as General Practitioners.
Diseases of the nerves, spinal cords, muscles; Stroke treatment, Alzheimer disease; Seizures; ALS;
Comprehensive care for blood-related cancers.
Internists treat systemic diseases (i.e., joints, blood, kidneys, vascular systems,) Primary care wellness & disease prevention. Internists are usually trained to be expert diagnosticians.
Diagnoses, treatment and analysis of bodily images obtained by the use of radioactive materials in cases such as bone and thyroid cancer, tumors, hyperthyroidism.
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