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Sweeney Law FirmProblems with Testosterone Replacement TherapyTestosterone replacement therapy can be used for men to increase energy levels, increase libido, enhance mood, increase bone density and muscle mass, increase insulin sensitivity. It is a fairly new treatment method. The long term effects, risks, and beneSweeney Law FirmPsychiatric MalpracticeWhen you or a loved one seek the help of a psychiatric professional, they are entrusted with your mental well-being and are expected to help you deal or recover from your trauma. Medical professionals have a duty to their patients to bring no harm physicaSweeney Law FirmPsychiatristsPsychiatrists are doctors with expanded knowledge of the mental or psychiatric disorders affecting the way people think and behave. Psychiatrists must have a knowledge of psychiatric disorders, all the variables that can affect how people interact with thSweeney Law FirmPulmonary Embolism and Deep Vein Thrombosis  A pulmonary embolism is a blood clot that lodges in pulmonary blood vessel(s). The clot is usually largish in size as they form in the large veins of the thigh. The clots can also lodge in the leg veins where it causes a similar medical emergency with sSweeney Law FirmPulmonologistsPulmonologists are doctors that specialize in the care, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the respiratory system. Respirologists is another name for this medical specialization. Pulmonologists are medical doctors that have completed all the standardSweeney Law FirmRadiology: x-rays, ultrasound, CT, MRIRadiology is a specialty field in medicine with a focus on the interpretation of diagnostic films. These films include CT (CAT) scans, MRI, x-rays, ultrasounds, mammograms, sonograms and other methods of imaging. Radiologists are often called in to reviewSweeney Law FirmRheumatologistsRheumatologists are doctors with expanded knowledge of diseases and afflictions that affect primarily the joints and musculoskeletal components (including connective tissue and soft tissue) causing pain and inflammation. A patient with any of the followinSweeney Law FirmShoulder DystociaShoulder Dystocia, also known as stuck shoulder, occurs during labor and delivery when the baby's shoulder is trapped behind the mother's pubic bone (which is the most common) or when the shoulder becomes trapped in the hollow of the mother's tailbone. StSweeney Law FirmSmall Bowel Obstruction and Medical Malpractice  The small bowel is the proximal portion of the intestine distal to the stomach, comprising the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum. A small bowel obstruction or  a small intestinal obstruction is either a mechanical or functional blockage of the intestinal traSweeney Law FirmSpinal Cord InjuriesSpinal cord injuries can be divided into several categories: inherited, birth trauma, and acquired. Acquired spinal cord injuries is a broad category covering infectious agents or mechanical forces that cause spinal cord injury. Other types of acquired sp