So I'm thinking of finding a new neuro. I mean absolutely no disrespect to the current guy I'm seeing (Dr. Stephen Kirzinger). I have complete confidence in his expertise and I trust his judgement but as I've mentioned before, he's a retired colonel and has a stern, military-like demeanor that, frankly, intimidates the hell out of me. He walks in the room and I freeze. He asks if I have any new symptoms and I nearly shout "SIR NO SIR" (ummm, yeah, I tend to exxagerate sometimes). Seriously though, I find myself very reluctant to talk to him and that's not a good thing. If this were a short-term condition, I'd probably choose expertise over likeability but it's not so I want someone I can build a comfortable partnership with.
On the other hand, the place is a full service MS clinic. They offer onsite PT, Infusion, Psychiatric support and probably more options that I don't yet know about.
My question is this: Do all neurologists treat MS patients or do they need to be specialized in that particular disease?