A medical doctor is an individual who practices medicine on people. An internal medicine doctor offers a diagnosis and medical treatment to adults.
another year or two of schooling.
What you are referring to is most likely a doctor that practices Internal Medicine. This is a physician who has completed the required training to specialize in diagnosing diseases of the internal organs. Physicians that complete training for Internal Medicine can either focus on general internal medicine or go on to specialize in various other subspecialities associated with internal organs. Unlike a pediatrician, that specializes in children, many adult individuals that are looking for a Primary Care Physician choose a doctor that specializes in Internal Medicine. PCPs refer to specialists should the condition warrant such a decision.
Internal medicine doctors treat adults. they treat basic problems. If they can't help you they will send you to a specialist
JD is a general doctor who works in the ICU in Internal Medicine.
At least 40.00
Certainly, if you go to a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine who specializes in endocrinology or internal medicine, they would definitely be able to help you.
Absolutely, Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) do the same physical exams as Doctors of Medicine (M.D.) and, just like Doctors of Medicine, can specialize in any branch of medicine including internal medicine.
you should see a neurologist (internal medicine)
The medical doctor can prescribe any medication he/she feels will benefit the patient.
It really depends on what organs are involved. Start with an Internal Medicine doctor and then have her recommend the best.
According to the website www.simplyhired.com, the average salary for internal medicine physician in the Houston, Texas metropolitan statistical area is $109000.
Doctors who specialize in INTERNAL MEDICINE. Gastrointestinal specialists.
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An internist or internal medicine doctor. Family practitioners, pediatricians, gynecologists and many others would porbably say this applies to them as well.
J.D.'s speciality is in Internal Medicine.
An internal medicine physician (internist) should know how to help.
Usually those who have specialty in the Gastro System. Internal Medicine and family medicine doctors can also be useful.
Not necessarily. However, a doctor specializing in internal medicine may help consolidate those medications, or determine the cause behind them. A consultation with an internal medicine specialist may be very helpful to you.
Yes,with proper training& certification
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Not exactly, but it´s part of internal medicine..
a medicine doctor obviously gives medicine
Sure, an internal medicine physician or a cardiologist would be excellent choices so you can manage your hypertension. It's also very important to keep that under control, so the sooner you see your doctor to get it under control, the better off you'll be.
A few Doctors that prescribe medicine include:-MD (Doctor of Medicine)-DO (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine)-ND or NMD (Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine)