In private practice, we are likely to help many patients regain quality of life!
Last week, I told you about the wonderful patients I’ve had the opportunity to care for recently.
Well this week has turned out even more challenging.
First, there is the 77 YO with a history of colorectal cancer, radiation side effects, and unrelenting pelvic floor pain, with paroxysms that stop him dead in his tracks. 7 years like this. He could barely sit through the consultation.
Next, a 35 YO exposed to Chlorine/Bromine with brutal small fiber neuropathy, unable to work and emotionally at her wits end. Of course there’s the litigation and expert components, which are going to make this one very interesting.
Lastly, late in the office last night, a couple that drove almost 2 hours in from north of Boston seeking help for her very mysterious onset of an undiagnosed neurologic disorder, which I believe might actually be hereditary.
She’s only 34, with a 5-year-old child. Devastated.
And tonight we begin treating our 17 YO Lymphoma patient.
The wonderful part? We are likely to help all of these patients regain quality of life with our treatment protocols!
This is the reality of doing neuropathy specialty in private practice right. And this is just one week!
Thanks for doing all you do to help these patients!
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