Doctor Locators by Specialty General (Search for multiple specialties) https://apps.ama-assn.org/doctorfinder/recaptcha.do American Medical Association: DoctorFinder Searching is free. Also available in a 4 volume print set as The Directory of Physicians in the United States. http://www.boardcertifieddocs.com/ Board Certified Docs The online database of physicians who are board-certified in various specialties is only available with a paid subscription. However, the print edition of Official ABMS Directory of Board Certified Medical Specialists may be available at medical libraries and some public libraries. https://www.certificationmatters.org/is-your-doctor-board-certified/search-now.aspx American Board of Medical Specialties: Certification Matters – Is Your Doctor Board Certified? The ABMS database of board certified physicians can be searched by provider name, specialty, and/or location. Registration required. ABMS has a list of specialties and subspecialties at http://www.abms.org/Who_We_Help/Physicians/specialties.aspx http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/directories.html MedlinePlus: Directories MedlinePlus provides links to help people locate medical libraries, health professionals, services and facilities. https://craighospital.org/resources/changing-or-choosing-your-doctor Craig Hospital: Changing or Choosing Your Doctor http://www.medicare.gov/find-a-doctor/provider-search.aspx Medicare.gov: Physician Compare A searchable database of physicians and other healthcare providers who accept Medicare. Chiari Malformations
http://www.pressenter.com/~wacma/arnie.htm World Arnold Chiari Malformation Association: Doctor Listings A list of doctors experienced with Chiari malformations compiled by WACMA members. Disability Evaluating Physicians http://www.aadep.org/ American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians PO Box 1537 Elk Grove Village, IL 60009-1537 Phone: 312-663-1171 Toll-free: 800-456-6095 Email: [email protected]
AADEP produces educational courses and products on such as issues as the proper techniques to perform impairment ratings based on the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment. Their physician locator can be found here: http://www.aadep.org/en/member_directory/
Home Care Members of the American Academy of Home Care Physicians include home care physicians – physicians who make house calls, care for homebound patients, act as home health agency medical directors, or who refer patients to home care agencies. Specialties include internal medicine, family practice, pediatrics, geriatrics, psychiatry, emergency medicine, and more. www.aahcp.org American Academy of Home Care Physicians: AAHCP Provider Locator A list of home care physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners organized by state. Neurology http://patients.aan.com/findaneurologist/ American Academy of Neurology: Find a Neurologist The AAN database of neurologists can be searched by provider name, location, and/or sub-specialty. Neurosurgery http://www.aans.org/Find%20a%20Board%20Certified%20Neurosurgeon/Search.aspx American Association of Neurological Surgeons: Find a Board-certified Neurosurgeon The AANS database of board certified physicians can be searched by provider name, specialty, and/or location.
Pain https://members.aapainmanage.org/aapmssa/censsacustlkup.query_page American Academy of Pain Management: Find a Pain Professional or Academy Accredited Clinic The AAPM database can be searched by provider name, location, and/or specialties. Physiatry (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) Physiatrists specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Physiatrists can get a subspecialty certification in 7 categories, including spinal cord injury medicine, pain medicine and pediatric rehabilitation medicine. For more information about the spinal cord injury subspecialty see the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation’s section on Spinal Cord Injury Medicine at https://www.abpmr.org/candidates/sci.html. http://www.aapmr.org/patients/findphysician/Pages/default.aspx American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Find a PM&R Physician A database of physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists that can be searched by provider name and/or location. Respiratory Physicians http://www.pitt.edu/~finder/respdocMD.html Respiratory Physician List for Muscular Dystrophy Patients A list of doctors in the United States and several other countries who are interested in respiratory care for patients with muscular dystrophy and neuromuscular weakness. www.abim.org Pulmonologists specialize in lung and respiratory disorders. Pulmonology is a certification given by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Wound Care http://www.aawm.org American Academy of Wound Management: Find a Certified Wound Specialist The AAWM database can be searched by provider name, location, and/or specialty.
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