A doctor told me my childs Chiari is nothing to worry about, but Im not so sure. What should I do?
Conquer Chiari recommends that any one with an MRI report that shows a Chiari malformation be evaluated by a neurosurgeon rather than a neurologist or other type of doctor. Since the primary treatment for Chiari is surgical, neurosurgeons tend to be in the best position to evaluate treatment options. Note that some surgeons who treat a lot of Chiari patients will have them see a neurologist associated with their group before seeing the surgeon. Return To Top.
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