View Full Version : Neurologists and Pain
09-15-2006, 11:35 PM
Found this a couple of months ago.
09-17-2006, 09:31 PM
treated you? One or two sound like good guys, but, you can never tell..you know?
Good article, it's a keeper! - j
09-17-2006, 10:24 PM
Dr. Gil Wolfe at university of Texas, SW Center is the neuro that I saw who pretty well told me he didn't know what was wrong with me or what to do for me. I went back one more time for an EMG that he was supposed to give me. His associate did it. And I wasn't told anything until a few days later. I"m not going back, unless Mayo sends me to him for some reason.
09-18-2006, 01:48 AM
The author missed many possible causes for PN, but the discussion of the nature of neuropathic pain and possible drug treatments are right on. Too few doctors consider a multidrug approach.
The article didn't discuss non-drug pain relieving intervention except for the use of capsaicin for diabetic pain. Capsaicin was several hours total hell for me and most of the forum members who tried it.
I hope that as either this forum takes off, or BT comes back up, members become more aware of all the effective non-drug interventions. I posted a lot on the subject. Several were in the "Sticky:" section and I don't have copies.
I don't trust John anymore. If the HastyPasty site comes back up, besides us taking the initiative to get our own bulletin board, I'll be sure keep a copy of the entire "Sticky:" section.
09-18-2006, 09:28 AM
I kept copies of several articles I'm posting that probably need to be part of the stickies. But I'll let you all judge.
Here is a site explaining the different kinds of PN. Perhaps it is of some help and maybe it's been seen before.
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