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22dreams
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Hi folks,

I am seeking the name of a neurologist in the Boston area/Eastern Massachusetts who, if not lyme-literate, is open-minded.

Other than Dr. R. Dr. R is no longer taking new px. Practice is too overwhelmed.

I have the name of a neuro in boston who is open to alternative therapies. that's a plus.

She has diagnosed ppl with dysautonomia who went undiagnosed for decades and were told it was all in their heads.

Sound familiar?

anyway, at least this neuro MAY listen and will be able to recognize POTS. I do fear though, if I mention the lyme, all-bets-could-be-off.

She is actually a Parkinsons specialist so my case could very well be deferred to someone else in the practice.

Anyway, if you have been to a neurologist who is open-minded or know of one, could you please PM me?

thank you.

-Sharon

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