What is an orthopedist?

Answer An orthopedist is a medical doctor who focuses on the musculoskeletal system. The orthopedist treats a wide variety of diseases such as bone tumors, unequal leg length, and abnormalities of the fin... Read More »

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What is a pediatric orthopedist?

A pediatric orthopedist is a physician who specializes in treating musculoskeletal injuries or bone and joint problems in children. Examples of these problems include skeletal deformities, such as ... Read More »

What does an orthopedist specialize in?

Orthopedists are doctors who specializes in bones. They also deal with tendons, ligaments, cartilage, muscles and joints. Orthopedists work with patients suffering from athletic injuries, arthritis... Read More »

Should I see a neurologist or orthopedist?

Without knowing what the issue is, it's hard to say. A neurologist can certainly treat it if it is related to your ulnar nerve, but neurologists often have longer waits for appointments and higher ... Read More »

Orthopedist Educational Requirements?

Orthopedists are specialized physicians who diagnose and treat injuries of the musculoskeletal system such as joints, bones, ligaments and tendons. They have completed orthopedist education trainin... Read More »