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What type of doctor(s) should I see if I think I have fibromyalgia?

Jennifer N. Caudle, DO
Family Medicine

There are many types of physicians who can diagnose and treat fibromyalgia, including family physicians, internists and rheumatologists. Watch family medicine physician Jennifer Caudle, DO, discuss who to see if you think you may have fibromyalgia.


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