This is an office visit with a doctor whose primary focus is helping individuals with physical impairments and disabilities.
This is an office visit with a doctor (also known as a physiatrist) whose primary focus is restoring or increasing function and quality of life in individuals with physical impairments and disabilities. This specialty is known as physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R).
Start with your primary care provider before you see a specialist. He or she will be able to coordinate your health care needs and, if necessary, refer you to a specialist. Although a specialist is an expert in their field, you know your preferences and your body better than anyone else. Therefore, make sure you are an active participant in the decisions made about your healthcare. This is known as shared decision-making.
What should I know before I see a specialist?
What questions should I ask the specialist?
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