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Wow! That sounds amazing!!

I bet you're feeling better! Perhaps "Liberated" is a word that comes to mind?

I sure hope that we start to see more of this type of thing. It could make a very big impact on those of us that are sometimes so dependant on the medical professionals.

I may be wrong, but isn't that what a primary care physician is suppose to do? How is this different? Do you have a PCP too?

My endochrinologist is my primary care doc since my experience has been that most general practitioners aren't always up with the latest on diabetes. I love my doctor but I find that he will always defer to the specialists if I have other issues (gyno, orthopedic, alergist etc.) which is cool. Though he tries and is open to looking at the whole integrated picture, including alternative options (acupuncture, naturopathy), he usually doesn't have the time or focus for the whole picture. First and foremost, he's an endochrinologist and as such, everything else is secondary. This new doctor will provide a 360 view without a specialists eye, plus as much time as I need to figure out what's the best protocol for various issues. I've never had that from a primary care physician. So now I do and that makes me a happy girl.

This sounds fantastic! I hope it's everything you hope it will be... accupuncture was wonderful for my shoulder problems!

"Less burdened. That alone is worth the price of admission, as far as I'm concerned."

I agree whole-heartedly. There's nothing better for your mental health than alleviating some stress and "unburdening" yourself. And one stop shopping isn't bad, either. :)

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