Elizabeth B. Burgos, MD
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Location and Office HoursVanderbilt Health Williamson
2105 Edward Curd
Franklin, TN 37067
- BC/BS of Tennessee
- BlueCare/Volunteer State Health Plan/TN Healthcare Network
- Great-West Healthcare CIGNA
- United Healthcare
- Baptist Hospital
- Metropolitan Nashville General Hospital
- TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center
- Trousdale Medical Center
- Vanderbilt University Medical Center
- Williamson Medical Center
What does an occupational therapist do for people with cancer?
LIVESTRONG answeredThe primary goal of occupational therapy is to help someone resume doing his or her usual daily activities such as bathing, dressing and even returning to work. Occupational therapists devote considerable efforts to improving the functional use of the arm including helping to improve arm strength, coordination and range of motion. They can also treat pain and some are certified in lymphedema therapy.
What is an internal medicine–pediatrics doctor?
Greenville Health System answered
An internal medicine–pediatrics physician treats adults and children. These doctors complete four years of medical school, then four more years of specialized training: two in internal medicine and two in pediatrics. They can become board-certified both in Internal Medicine and in Pediatrics.
Internal medicine–pediatrics physicians can treat your whole family. They are especially well suited, but not limited, to treating adults with diseases of childhood (such as autism and genetic disorders) as well as children who have “adult” diseases (such as diabetes and obesity).
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What does Crohn's disease result in?
MediGuard answeredThe walls of the intestine thicken because of inflammation and scar tissue. Surgery can help some patients. The most important factor is that you find a specialist that you are comfortable with. Every case is different and every patient is different, so make sure you have a doctor that is a specialist and one that you are comfortable with.Helpful? 2 people found this helpful.
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