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Your treatment depends on the type of mental illness you have, its severity and what works best for you. In many cases, a combination of treatments works best. If you have a mild mental illness with well-controlled symptoms, treatment from your primary care provider may be sufficient. However, often a team approach is appropriate to make sure all your psychiatric, medical and social needs are met. This is especially important for severe mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia.

● Irritable Bowel Syndrome
● Chronic Pain Syndrome
● Restless Leg Syndrome
● Phantom Limb Syndrome
● Loss of Consciousness
● Seizure Disorder
● Migraine
● Liaison Psychiatry associated with Cardiac, Renal, Neurological, Gastro and Hepatological physical conditions

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