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   Posted 8/17/2011 4:32 PM (GMT -6)   
I have been looking and looking for an article I read in the Washington Post, Sunday April, 2006.  Yep thats right 2006.  I kept this article because I was so elated when I read it, I decided to try taking it with me on my search for a pm doctor.  In 2006, December, the doctor I had been seeing for close to 20 years took a new job that was better for him as he had two children to put thru college.
This was the beginning of about 4 1/2 years of hell.  Thankfully I found the doctor I have now and he is great.  Anyway back to the subject of the article.  I am sure it is possible for this article to be found somewhere on this great thing called the interned.
Briefly, it describes a doctor who was a "up and coming gastroenterologist, a football player, a jock".  His life changed completely after he was involved in a auto accident.  As he said the one that changed his life and taught him about pain problems, the very hard way.
Please if you get a chance, read his article, he is on the side of the chronic pain suffer.  His article made me feel vindicated.  I found this article because we are moving and I was looking through papers I was keeping and what I was tossing out.  I will alway keep this article, he is a great person and a even greater pm doctor.  Of course as I said that was 2006, I pray he is still at it.
degenerative disc disease, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, neuropathy, lumbar laminectomy july 1998 no help, rechargeable neurostimulator unit low right back w/lead wires to left side and right leg unit not working just sitting there.i am 57 years young in may will turn 58. i have 2 grown daughters, 25 and 29. i have 2 grandchildren, 9 year old grandaughter and 5 yr. old grandson
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