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  • Frank Guthrie Jr, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 3.34 mi
    1625 Sheridan Rd
    Wilmette, IL 60091
  • Chung Song, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 3.59 mi
    8118 N Milwaukee Ave
    Niles, IL 60714
  • Erica Sinsheimer, MD 140 Points

    Endocrinology & Metabolism
    Distance: 3.76 mi
    9933 Lawler Ave Ste 228
    Skokie, IL 60077
  • Charles Schikman, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 3.76 mi
    4500 Oakton St
    Skokie, IL 60076
  • Phillip Werner, MD 170 Points

    Distance: 4.87 mi
    1775 Ballard Rd, Nesset Pavillion
    Park Ridge, IL 60068
  • Lawrence Domont, MD 110 Points

    Advocate Medical Group Admin At Park Ridge Support Center
    Distance: 4.87 mi
    1775 Ballard Rd
    Park Ridge, IL 60068
  • Lawrence Domont, MD 10 Points

    Distance: 4.87 mi
    1255 Milwaukee Ave
    Park Ridge, IL 60068
  • Joan Leya, MD 100 Points

    Distance: 5.39 mi
    800 Austin St, Suite 310, West Tower
    Evanston, IL 60202
  • Satish Vij, MD

    Distance: 5.39 mi
    603 Main St Ste 300
    Evanston, IL 60202
  • Dean Kravis, MD 110 Points

    Endocrinology Endocrine Medical Specialists, SC
    Distance: 5.51 mi
    380 Northwest Hwy #200
    Des Plaines, IL 60016

Endocrinologist Info

Endocrinologist Summary:
An Endocrinologist is a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions that are related to the endocrine system. They are concerned with the glands and hormone production. They work to correct problems stemming from over and under production of hormones or the body's inability to properly produce hormones.

Education and Training: An endocrinologist must have completed 4 years of medical school, a 3 to 4 year residency or internship in internal medicine, and another 2 to 3 years in the endocrinology field. Once they have taken and passed a state exam, they can be a certified endocrinologist.


Endocrinologist FAQs:
What is an

Endocrinologist

?
An Endocrinologist is a physician that specializes in diseases that affect the glands. An Endocrinologist can treat many conditions including, diabetes, thyroid, menopause, infertility and cancers of the endocrine glands.

What types of Endocrinologist are there?
The major areas for an Endocrinologist are diabetes, thyroid disorders, pituitary gland, growth hormones, infertility and hypertension.

What treatments does an Endocrinologist provide?
An Endocrinologist can provide medication, exercise and diet programs, as well as make referrals to a surgeon if necessary.

Where does an Endocrinologist work?
An Endocrinologist can work in a clinic, hospital or other facility, or in private practice.

What is the thyroid gland?
The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland that is located at the front of the neck. It controls the body's metabolism: how fast a person burns off energy. Disorders of the thyroid gland can disrupt other major functions of the body including heart rate, breathing, digestion and fertility. You can use the Wellness.com directory to find an endocrinologist in your city and state.

What causes diabetes?
Diabetes is a disease caused by the body's inability to produce enough insulin or the inability to control the insulin it does produce. Often, diabetes must be controlled by daily insulin injections. It can lead to numerous medical and health complications and even death.

What is Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Hormone Replacement Therapy, or HRT, is a therapy used to replace estrogen and progesterone in menopausal women. It helps to decrease the chance of heart disease, osteoporosis and other health conditions. You should see an endocrinologist to discuss your treatment options.

What is an endocrine disruptor?
An endocrine disruptor is either a natural or man-made substance that can affect the production of hormones in an individual's body. Some common disruptors are certain types of foods, drugs, medications or pesticides. They can have negative or positive effects. Some of the disruptors can cause infertility, illness or even cancer. You should see an endocrinologist to discuss your treatment options. Use the Wellness.com directory to find an endocrinologist in your city and state.


Endocrinologist Related Terms:
endocrinology, glands, thyroid, hypertension, hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, growth hormones, infertility, pituitary gland, diabetes, menopause, endocrinologist