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Who should i go and see - a neuro-physician or a neurosurgeon?

I am going to turn 26 years old in August. After many months of pain, tingling and numbness in my arms and hands, I was recently diagnosed with having cervical polyradiculopathy after having a Nerve Conduction Study done by an orthpedic surgeon. My C6-C7 nerves seems to be causing the issue. I also started to get vertigo and dizzness a week ago, most likely from this.

so i have a medical centre nearby, and they have two different categories of doctor there - "neuro physicians" and "neurosugeons". But no "neurologists".

Who is more qualified or appropriate to and take an appointment and meet with ?
So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny? ~ Quran 55:18
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