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Old 09-01-2015, 02:16 AM   #11
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Phil, it sounds to me that your neurologist is doing a great job.

I hope that you get constructive/helpful answers soon.
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Old 09-01-2015, 02:43 AM   #12
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Thanks kiwi33 now she is doing the extra scans of my back and hip to fit them all in at Brisbane it had been put back 2 weeks but that's fine. She is covering everthing so I'm very happy.
Thanks for your support. There are people here on this forum who are really struggling my heart goes out to them.
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Hi Phil,

I am relieved you have a very thorough neurologist.
It's so important we are treated with integrity and our health care providers are concerned about every aspect/detail, are responsive and trustworthy.

I believe any of us have a much better chance of doing better when our health care givers are listening, responsive and compassionate.

My best to you and to your wife during this trying time.


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Hi Phil,

I am relieved you have a very thorough neurologist.
It's so important we are treated with integrity and our health care providers are concerned about every aspect/detail, are responsive and trustworthy.

I believe any of us have a much better chance of doing better when our health care givers are listening, responsive and compassionate.

My best to you and to your wife during this trying time.


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