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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodi1983 View Post
    My Rheumy is Dr. Reginald Sanders in New Orleans! Very happy with him! He is very very knowledgeable to LUPUS and takes all the time you need to explain everything to you!
    Your doc and mine are are practicing partners, same office. Wilson, Sanders and Feldman. haha small world. I was actually referred to Dr. Sanders originally by my neurologist but I was gun shy of male docs because of my last experience.
    Good to know that they're all as awesome as Dr. Feldman.
    Whenever I don't feel like doing it, I always remember that tomorrow I may not be able to do it. Then doing it becomes a blessing instead of a burden.

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    Mine is Dr. Keith Pryhuber, in Rochester NY.He is my third, but three times is a charm, he is awesome.

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    I may have been dealt a bad hand, but at least I'm still playing with a full deck. ( most of the time anyway).

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    Doctor Swartzenburg, she's nice but is not the best listener. Amarillo, Tx
    Doctor Caldwell, is my primary and really like him. I wish he was my Rhuemy because he is really patient with me and listens to my problems.

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    That's awesome, I wish there was something like that close to me. I wish there was more than 2 rhuemy's in 500mile radius.

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    I am so thrilled with all the names we have gotten. So does anybody have a great one in the Houston area? I need to find a new one and right now the San Antonio doctor is sounding more promising.

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    This is a awesome Idea....as sone as I find some great Dr's here in Tennessee I will be sure to share!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mica View Post
    That's awesome, I wish there was something like that close to me. I wish there was more than 2 rhuemy's in 500mile radius.
    Really? Where in Texas do you live?

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbie-b View Post
    Really? Where in Texas do you live?

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    Amarillo, its up in the panhandle area. Now that I think about it, it's probably like 200miles not 500.

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    I see Dr. Berger at UNC-Chapel Hill Medical Center. He is fantastic. It is a bit of a drive, and there are rheumies who are closer, but he is worth the drive!

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    My Rheumatologist is Dr. Diab in Middleburg Heights, OH (a west side suburb of Cleveland) - knowledgeable, nice fellow, takes the time to explain everything so I can make the best decision regarding my treatment.

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