Allergist: A medical practitioner specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies.
Andrologist: A physician who performs laboratory evaluations of male fertility.
Anesthesiologist: A specialist who administers an anesthetic to a patient before he is treated.
Audiologist: An audiologist is a trained professional who measures hearing loss and can fit hearing aids.
Cardiologist: A specialist who treats disorders of the heart and circulatory system.
Dentist: A person qualified to treat the diseases and conditions that affect the teeth, gums, and the repair of teeth and extraction of teeth.
Dermatologist: A doctor who specializes in the physiology and pathology of the skin.
Diabetologist: A doctor who specializes in the treatment of diabetes mellitus.
Endocrinologist: A specialist in the treatment of hormone diseases, such as diabetes, metabolic disorders, thyroid diseases and hypertension.
Gastroenterologist: A physician who specializes in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
Gastrologist: A gastrologist is a doctor who studies the gastric system such as the stomach and its diseases.
Gynecologist: A specialist who treats female reproductive and sexual organs.
Hematologist: A doctor who specializes in diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs.
Hygienists: A person skilled in the practice of hygiene.
Immunologist: A medical scientist who specializes in immunology.
Internist: A specialist in internal medicine.
Leprologist: A specialist who devotes special attention to the study of the nature and origin of leprosy and to its treatment.
Neonatologist: A physician specializing in the care of newborns.
Nephrologists: A specialist in the treatment of kidney diseases and disorders of the kidneys.
Neurologist: A specialist in the treatment of disorders of the brain, spinal card and the rest of the nervous system.
Obstetrician: A specialist who takes care of woman during and immediately after the period of pregnancy and birth.
Oncologist: A specialist in the treatment of many types of cancer.
Ophthalmologist: A specialist who studies and treats eye diseases.
Orthopedist: A specialist who treats injuries and diseases of the bones.
Orthoptist: A specialist in non-surgical treatment of visual disorders caused by imbalance of the eye muscles, such as strabismus.
Otolaryngologist/ ENT Specialist: A specialist in the disorders of the ear or nose or throat.
Pathologist/Diagnostician: A doctor who specializes in medical diagnosis.
Pediatrician: A specialist of children’s diseases.
Perinatologist: An obstetrician specializing in perinatology.
Podiatrist: A specialist in the diagnosis and care of foot disorders, including their medical and surgical treatment.
Psychiatrist: A specialist attempts to alleviate mental and emotional disturbances and disorders.
Pulmonologist: A specialist in the treatment of the lungs and respiratory system.
Radiologist: A medical specialist who uses radioactive substances and X-rays in the treatment of disease.
Rheumatologist: A specialist in the treatment of arthritis and other disease of joints, muscles, and bones.
Serologist: A medical scientist who specializes in serology.
Surgeon: A surgeon is a specialist in surgery. Surgery is a broad category of invasive medical treatment that involves the cutting of a body, whether that of a human or other animal, for a specific reason such as the removal of diseased tissue to repair a tear or breakage.
Toxicologist: A specialist who studies the nature and effects of poisons and their treatment.
Urogynecologist: A physician that deals with women's health, especially with the health of women's reproductive organs and urinary tract.
Urologist: A specialist in the treatment of the urinary organs in the female and urinary and sex organs in males.
Venereologist: A specialist in the treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.