Would appreciate feedback about Dr C in MT Kisco or any doctor in NY that accepts insurance

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   Posted 11/5/2008 4:04 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks for responding

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   Posted 11/5/2008 4:32 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi Judy.  I have not heard good things about him.

I do not know of any Lyme doctors in NY who come highly recommended and who also take insurance.  You can submit the bills to your insurance company for payment.  Some pay more than others.  You can call your company and see what percentage they would cover.


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   Posted 11/5/2008 6:32 PM (GMT -7)   
I had him treat me for several months, he was fairly conservative overall, but he does us IV quite frequently as well. I am forever grateful to him for diagnosing me, but it was a long drive and very frequent visits, and at the time I was frustrated not seeing improvement over the 4 months with him. Maybe I was just herxing the whole time bc my case was so severe...who knows. I can't say anything bad, and he was always very available to talk to me or any other docs on my behalf. Good luck!

<FONT color=blue>*no dx until 6/2007- clinical dx at llmd with a mildly positive bart test

hypermobility syndrome</i> dx, finally one western blot that no one knew how to read, and a nice round of prednisone to finish me off
August - October ....Roecefin IV, 9.5 weeks
October - worse than ever, bedridden, new LLMD pulled IV
October - March 21...biaxin & plaquenil, (worked a miracle),climbed step first time in 14mos
Jan - March 21...tetracycline (on and off 4 times bc hard to tolerate)

March 21 - April 19....stopped all prescription drugs, best month yet

July & August: DIFLUCAN...more improvement

September: Zithro + Mepron FOR 5 Days! Wanted to die on it, so back to diflucan for now

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