What Is an nOH Specialist?

An nOH specialist is a doctor who can help diagnose and manage neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (nOH). Usually this is a neurologist who specializes in movement disorders, but it can also be a general neurologist or a cardiologist. A specialist may have a better understanding of nOH because he or she often sees people with this condition and helps them to manage their symptoms.

“The most important reason for patients with nOH to seek proper management is that there are different factors influencing the nOH,” says Dr. Ramon Gil, movement disorder specialist, “and they may need specialized disease management.”

Watch this video to hear more from Dr. Gil about the importance of an nOH specialist.

Watch this video to hear more from Dr. Gil about the importance of an nOH specialist.

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