Hi Turbo- I know exactly what you're going through with your neurologist. I had a similar experience when I was first diagnosed. It wasn't so much the physician as it was her practice, which was abominable. I was having a relapse including having difficulty breathing. Both my husband and I called her office on the way to the hospital. Long story short, the wait to see a physician in the hospital was well over three hours, so we decided to go back home. My husband tried calling the office again to get the neurologist on-call, as it was after hours. He was routed from the answering service back to the office back to the answering service, etc . It was an exercise in futility! My neuro did finally call back nineteen hours after the initial phone call. We complained to the office manager, who did nothing about it and was basically trying to blame us for their incompetency. If we couldn't even get the doctor on-call, there's a problem. After that fiasco, I found a new neurologist.
It's perfectly okay to fire your current doc and find someone who's more compatible with you. There is no excuse for sub-standard care. Good luck! If you need to vent again, we're always here.