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    What't the best doc for HA treatments
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    kkkaaattteee posted:
    Do most people get HA treatments from their primary care doc, rheumatologist, or orthopedic surgeon? I'm trying to figure out the best cycle of care to go through. Thanks.

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    _swank_ responded:
    What's an HA injection? If you're talking about an injection that goes in a joint then an orthopedic surgeon is the best one to give it in my opinion. They do that sort of thing all day. Primary care doctors might give 2-3 a week if that. If you're not talking about a joint injection then I have no clue.


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