Allergist/immunologist: For allergies, asthma. and immune system disorders.
Dermatologist: For acne, eczema, melanoma, and other problems with skin, hair, nails, and the lining of the mouth, nose, and eyelids.
Endocrinologist: For diabetes, osteoporosis, thyroid diseases, and other gland and hormone disorders.
Neurologist: For dementia, brain injuries, epilepsy, and brain, nerve, and spinal-cord disorders.
Orthopedist: For injuries to and diseases of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons.
Otolaryngologist: For hearing loss, chronic sinusitis, and ear, nose, and throat (ENT) disorders.
Psychiatrist: For substance abuse and all mental health issues.
Non-M.D. Specialists: These include podiatrists (who focus on feet); chiropractors (with special training helpful for some back problems); physical therapists: and dietitians.
Source: Consumer Reports magazine March 2018
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