Discussion in 'Find Good Fibromyalgia & ME/CFS Doctors & Clinics' started by doxygirl, Aug 4, 2007.
Meridian Health group
Woo! Hoo! I finally found one!
or Fort Collins, Colorado, who has some degree of knowledge on CFIDS? Also, someon, who is flexible, when one needs to try out various treatment...Reasonable fees (don't have health insurance)..and someone who would assist one in obtaining Disabiliy..as I have waited for about twenty years to apply for it, since the inital filing, when no one knew anything about CFIDS.
All the Best..
One of the doctors that gives advise here on this site is from IN. Sorry I have read so many I can't rememb which one. I noticed because my daughter lives there and i"m thinking about it myself. Good Dr.'s are few and far between.Wait...I found it Dale Guyer M.D. It says new patients are always welcome visit http://www.daleguyermd.com or call(317) 733-5433. This is not the one I am thinking of. The other one was in Evansville I think, but they may be able to direct you or help you. I hope so Hugs grace
Hey!!! I'm from Tyler thanks grace
Dr. Benjamin H. Natelson MD.
Professor of Neurology & Neurosciences
Chronic Fatigue Center
90 Bergen Street Suite 8100
Newark, NJ 07101-1709
For any interested Canadians:
I just started seeing this doc, and already I like him alot.
PanAm Pain Clinic
75 Poseidon Bay
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
You do need a referral from your family doctor, and there is a looooooong waiting list. The wait is worth it to see him.
Dr Robert Katz
Rush Professional Building
Anyone know of a good Dr. in the northern part of the state?Birmingham or north. Thanks.
My doc is wonderful...
Bump up for more........................................+
I am so happy that I found my doctor when I did. She is not primarily a pain doctor, she is a Family Practitioner but is listed as one of the best in the US. She works very hard with me trying to control my pain, trying out new things and putting up with me always coming in with "something new". She was very good at not chaulking a "new" pain up to being just FM and because of that we found an 11 pound cyst on my ovary which could have been life threatening.
She is very understanding and helpful and explains things very well.
Dr. Nikki Lang
634 Pine St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
You can look up her phone number on verizon superpages very easily.
I live in NJ and I drive 45min each way whenever I go see her which is one or two times per month but she is well worth the drive!
Keep on bumpin'...........
My doc is a internal med doc I go to him for my fibromyalgia he is great and is doing so much to find out about chronic pain and what causes all the diff types.
on 27th and Mcdonald
you can google him
I guess not many good Docs out there??? Come on....
Doxy, this is a great ideal. It seems the list on the net is outdated. I have just about given up. Except for the fact I have put it in the hands of the Lord and it has to be the right time. Brenda
years to find a good dr and well this is the best so far. his name is dr wu
and he is at the gulfport memorial hospital in gulfport miss.
i cant understand anything he says hardly-
so thats a bummer but after about a year or so
he finally put me on the fentanal patch
and i am able to do alittle more than i was-
which was next to nothing..
anyway i do find that as soon as i mention anything
that i have 'discovered' about the fibro-
most doctors wont even listen to me and tune out.
its like they hate the web.
VU A. TRAN, MD, SLEEP DISORDER LABORATORY 1221 FARMERS LANE, SUITE 500 SANTA ROSA, CA. DOESN'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT CFS BUT LISTENS AND HAS HELPED ME A GREAT DEAL WITH SLEEP PROBLEMS. PLUS HE'S JUST A GREAT FELLOW!
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Would you tell me what specialty your Doctor is? I live in Vermont also and I am looking for a good doctor. I would appreciate this very much. Thank you.
Looking for a GOOD doc in Southwest VA..Need your help..
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