Initial consultations for Restless Leg Syndrome or RLS would most likely be with healthcare providers that you already have an ongoing relationship with. Those listed in this patient education guide include:
However, after the initial consult, when other underlying medical conditions have been ruled out, the patient would be referred to a neurologist who specializes in sleep or movement disorders.
A team approach to diagnosing RLS would consist of the following:
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