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To Glen

Posted by cait on April 20, 1999, at 19:50:45

In reply to Re: Thanks, Glen, posted by Glen on April 20, 1999, at 6:16:36

> 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?
> Glen

Hi, Glen
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, but my dad is SO MUCH WORSE than BEFORE he spent the week in the hospital. Seems like he has regressed to where he was months ago--he woke up at 4:30 this AM and turned TV on with volume very loud. I went into his room to turn TV off and see if I could get him back to bed. NO WAY! He finally took a nap from 1:30 to 2:30. This afternoon, he has been beligerent, and sometimes almost *mean*

I wonder if his change in behavior is from the bad experience of the hospital program or if it is due to the Celexa and risperdal? Anyway, to answer YOUR question, we live in a small town 30 miles south of Columbus. With all of the work on Highway 45 (4-lane), the drive to Tupelo is not difficult.

Would you tell me in what ways your treatment helped you? Sounds like you were very fortunate to have experienced an 80% improvement. Have you ever checked out the Massachusetts General Hospital Neurology sites? Pretty good Brain Injury chat room.





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