she said they could be completed for my next clinic appt which is in April 2010
jimmylegs wrote:time for a different neuro! maybe you can inquire whether pcp will be enough...
mrhodes40 wrote:I am really sorry about that! It sounds like not the best working relationship.she said they could be completed for my next clinic appt which is in April 2010
Consider the possibility that it is that he insists on being paid for all such activities rather than something more sinister. Docs can spend hours a day on such "unimportant" --from their perspective--paperwork if they do not have a hard and fast policy about it. Maybe his policy is "only during appt."
MS_mama wrote:I'm so sorry... it's these things that can make or break a patient relationship. Trust and respect are so important. We are the ones with the disease, we should have a say in our treatment. I "fired" the neurologist who diagnosed me because he made it fairly clear that he would only be my doctor if I was on one of the CRABs. I am now, but at the time I was working through the decision and realized that I could not be a patient to someone who would not respect my decisions.
Hope you can get into the study soon!
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