How do you become a doctor?
I have a red rash all over my legs, my doctor said it was caused by Keflex, my legs itch and burn, what kind of infection could it be?
What do you do if the doctor's orders for surgery and the surgery consent form are different?
What kind of a doctor deals with eye health problems?
What kind of blood disorder is common in children?
What kind of doctor should I see about a painful growth on the inside of my upper arm?
What kind of doctor treats fibromyalgia?
You will probably need to see your general practitioner first, and after that you may be referred to a surgeon who specializes in lymphedema removals, assuming you will get it removed.
The top two medical doctors for such a condition would be an oncologist (cancer specialist) and a dermatologist (skin specialist).
There is no specialized doctor to treat this condition because lymphedema is not really a medically recognized subspecialty. In other words one doctor is no better than any other to diagnose and treat this condition.
An Oncologist is the type of doctor you would see for lymphedema. A licensed massage therapist can also help improve this ailment if done on a regular basis.
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