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Re: Thanks, Glen

Posted by Glen on April 20, 1999, at 6:16:36

In reply to Thanks, Glen, posted by cait on April 19, 1999, at 13:43:14

> > cait,
> >
> > It was a new term for me too... My brother has been a chiropractor for 20+ years, and now is taking a course in neurology to add to his chiropractic knowledge. He has a brother-in-law in Booneville, MS, who practices with the North Miss. Medical Center in Tupelo who has been in practice about 10 years. When the two have discussed the information my brother is learning in his first year of schooling, the brother-in-law is amazed, because it is information he is unaware of. Using a chiropractic neurologist is the only help that I have received for brain damage since my auto accident 2 1/2 years ago. I was going down the tubes rapidly....both physical and mental problems including seizures. With one session, about 1 hour, I was restored to about 80% of where I was before the wreck.
> > Where in MS do you live? I will e-mail my brother to see. By the way, I am on risperdal .5mg. I was to take it in the evenings, too, at bed time, but I found that it kept me awake. I started taking it with the evening meal and it helped overcome the problem.
> > Best regards,
> > Glen
> >
> >
> >
> > > > > Thanks, cait
> > > >
> > > > Dear cait,
> > > >
> > > > I am on Respirdal .5mg per day. This is to help my damaged brain translate emotions properly. I seem to have a problem getting upset easily after experiencing Traumatic Brain Injury in an automobile accident 2 1/2 years ago. The drug seems to help calm me down and keep me from flying off the handle so quickly. As for the other two drugs, I can't help. It has to be confusing and frustrating for your dad to have to experience that type therapy. It seems that it would do just the opposite, and make him more enraged bacause of the time limits on everything. Again, if you are interested, I will contact my brother to see if he is aware of a chiropractic neurologist in the Golden Triangle, Tupelo area to see if your dad could benefit from him.
> > > > Wishing you the best in your tough times.. Glen
> I have tried to e-mail you, but will post again here, and hope that you will get back to me. Who is the neurologist in Tupelo?
> I am really discouraged with the program my dad has been in for the last week. I called the hospital this morning and told them that I planned to bring my father home TODAY. I am now waiting for the psychiatrist to drive down from Columbus so that he can sign the discharge papers. Maybe we should have taken my dad to a neurologist?
> Will check back later,
> cait


I am not for sure whether it is Tupelo or Booneville that he practices... His name is David Doorenbose (Door-en bos). He practiced in Meridian for several years before moving back to his home area. Again, where in MS do you live?





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