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Doctor Specialties could include:
- Emergency Medicine Service Providers
- Family Practice Physician
- Pediatric Neurosurgeon
- Pediatric Radiologist
- Speech Therapist
- Critical Care Specialist
- Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon
- Emergency Medicine Doctor
- Pediatric Critical Care Specialist
- Child Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist
The American Board of Emergency Medicine awards board certification to doctors who pursue three or more years of additional training in Emergency Medicine. Doctors who
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Sports injuries can happen anywhere in the body. The most common tend to be fairly minor bruises, sprains, and strains. However, more serious injuries such as serious neck injuries can occur in contact sports.
Hemifacial microsomia (HFM), also called craniofacial microsomia (CFM), is a birth defect.
After a doctor completes medical school and is licensed to practice medicine, the physician may pursue a rigorous 3 year training program in Internal Medicine.
The American Board of Medical Specialties recognizes Family Medicine as a distinct discipline requiring an additional three years of training for doctors who wish to become Board Certified in this field. Family Medicine doctors are usually primary care providers (PCPs) [formerly general practitioners, or GPs] for the entire family.
COPD is a chronic disease that makes it difficult for you to breathe. It's important to diagnose the disease early. If treatment is started early, you may be able to slow the worsening of symptoms.
Pediatric radiology is a subspecialty of Radiology. Upon completion of medical school, the radiologist completes a five-year residency program. The pediatric radiologist completes a one-year
Critical-care medicine is a subspecialty of Internal Medicine. After a doctor completes medical school and is licensed to practice medicine, the physician may pursue a
Pediatric critical care specialists manage the treatment of children and teens with critical illnesses and injuries. After completing medical training, the physician receives at least three more years of training in a pediatric residency, followed by an additional three years of training in a pediatric critical care fellowship.