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Frequently Asked Questions About Athletic Trainers in North Carolina

You can find top-rated group practices in North Carolina using our group practice search feature (link to group practice state page). Simply select your city, and we'll provide you with a list of highly-rated group practices in your area.

Many athletic trainers within our network are open to new patients. To locate them, initiatate a search for athletic trainers in North Carolina, and you'll see the available options. You can then use the filter option to specify athletic trainers who are currently accepting new patients.

Certainly, to find athletic trainers in North Carolina that accept Cigna, simply perform a search for athletic trainers in North Carolina and use our filter options to refine your search by selecting 'Cigna' as your insurance provider. This will help you identify the athletic trainers near you who are currently accepting Cigna insurance.

Female athletic trainers in North Carolina, can be located by using our doctor search tool. After performing a search for athletic trainers near you, select 'Female' under gender to narrow your results.

To make the most of your upcoming doctor's appointment, start by gathering your medical records and listing your current medications. Take note of your symptoms and any questions you have. Don't forget to bring your insurance card and identification, and try to arrive a bit early. If your doctor provided specific instructions, be sure to follow them. Consider taking a trusted friend or family member for support during the appointment, and remember to be open and honest with your doctor about any changes in your health or concerns you may have.

Seeking a second opinion is your right as a patient. To do so, begin by discussing your desire for a second opinion with your current doctor. They can often recommend another specialist. You can also research and contact a specialist directly using our doctor finder. Ensure that your medical records and test results are shared between both doctors for a comprehensive evaluation.

You may need to see a specialist if you have a specific medical condition or symptoms beyond the scope of your primary care doctor. To get a referral, start by discussing your concerns with your primary care physician. They can evaluate your condition and provide a referral if necessary. Many insurance plans require referrals for specialist visits, so be sure to check your coverage.

When selecting a healthcare provider, consider factors such as their qualifications, experience, location, and whether they accept your insurance. Additionally, ask for recommendations from friends, family, or your current doctor. It's important to choose someone you feel comfortable with and trust.

Some signs that warrant immediate medical attention include severe chest pain, difficulty breathing, sudden weakness or numbness, severe injuries, severe allergic reactions, loss of consciousness, and signs of stroke or heart attack. If you experience any of these symptoms, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

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