Who is a therapist? What is his role in medicine?
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Answered 18 march 2015 00:13
In answering this question, summarizing, it can be noted that the therapist treats almost all those diseases that do not provide for the need for surgical intervention. Colds, SARS; Diseases of the bronchi and lungs; Diseases associated with the activity of the cardiovascular system; Fatigue (including chronic fatigue); Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT); Connective tissue disorders; Diseases of the spine and back, incl. and joint diseases; Kidney disease; Neurological problems; Diseases associated with metabolic disorders; Blood diseases (hemorrhagic diathesis, leukemia, anemia, etc.).
Answered on March 18, 2015 10:38
For me, the therapist is a checkpoint to other doctors. without a visit to a therapist, you will not take a ticket to a specialist. often therapists are just a bunch of loafers who feel and enjoy their power. I hate them!
Answered on March 18, 2015 11:12
The therapist is a general practitioner who must be able to identify possible problems of the body and give direction to the right specialist. He also treats a number of diseases discussed above.
Answered on February 22, 12:57
Hello. Found a professional doctor to whom and turned to the joints.
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