No worries. If Parkinson's is suspected, you need to be evaluated by a Parkinson's Specialist, I think. My mom and i used to go to the same neurology building and her specialist was a neuro who worked with Parkinson's solely. After she could no longer make the long trip, she was seen by a general neuro, but the kept the specialist in the loop.
I think it is important to arm yourself with all the info you can. With any luck, your RLS will be just RLS or attached to something easily treated.