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Postby csevern » Thu Oct 16, 2008 6:09 pm

hi after a really bad experience with the rhumatologist(sp) today my husband stared ringing round private hospitals and was given 2 names of fibro dr's that also take nhs the names are Dr Jenna and Dr Crisp (i think thats the name hubbys handwriting is awful lol) just wondered if anyone knew these drs

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Postby LinzWorld » Thu Oct 16, 2008 8:17 pm

Could that be Dr Christopher Jenner? I think he's supposed to be a good doc, but I don't know if he knows much about Fibro,
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Postby bazza » Mon Dec 15, 2008 12:53 am

the best one to see is pro davies at devonshire consultings rooms. 30 devonshire st london w1g 6pu tel 020 7486 0090.
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good Dr

Postby princess » Mon Dec 15, 2008 7:33 pm

Sorry cant help you.
But anyone in the NE Scotland the Rhumatology in Woolmanhill Hospital were super with me.
Did many tests in one day includeing scan on heart and i came away feeling much better with a diagnoses.
(Probably serve the islands too)
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Postby kerry76 » Tue Dec 23, 2008 2:51 am

Sorry i cant help either, since being ill i have been patronised and made to feel stupid by most doctors, i have been told things like, "your depressed therefor tense and thats whats causing you pain, take these tablets and come back in a month, oh and think of happy things!!!
Even my specialist smiled and said you have fybromialgia, take these (gabapentin) and come back in a year!!! I had never heard or the condition before. So i am slightly anti-doctor at the moment and have just given up on them.... I know this wont help you much but i do hope you find a good one soon...
Best wishes.......Kerry.x :)
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Postby Erin » Tue Dec 23, 2008 2:28 pm

Seem's to be a shortage of good fibro doctors.
I live in North Northumberland and although my gp is very supportive there is no 'specialist' I can see. Newcastle is the nearest city to us and I was originally diagnosed by a ms specialist there who told me he knew immediately I walked into his office that I had fibromyalgia as I walked just like his partner who had it. He could not offer any treatment though and ten years later I still don't know of a specialist close to hand.
Good luck in your search.
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