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Discussion in 'Finances, Work, and Disability' started by markmc20001, May 17, 2010.

  1. markmc20001

    markmc20001 Guest

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    anybody know of a good docotr in the SF bay area that doea neuropshyic testing for CFS for LTD?
     
  2. There is a neuropsych at Columbia University named van Gorp who is honest and well-regarded. I would recommend you call him for a referal. I believe he understands our plight.
     
  3. markmc20001

    markmc20001 Guest

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    nerupsychic leads

    thanks, I'll give him a call.
     
  4. Lynn

    Lynn Senior Member

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    I have seen Dr. Sheila Bastien in Berkley twice. Both times her report made a huge difference for me in getting my LTD benefits. She knows a ton about CFS and is probably the pre-eminent expert in the Neuropsych field regarding CFS.
    Lynn
     
  5. markmc20001

    markmc20001 Guest

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    Great thanks!
     
  6. acer2000

    acer2000 Senior Member

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    I second Dr. Bastien in Berkley CA. She helped me get LTD benefits. I got a neuropsych report from her as well as a SPECT scan she ordered. She knows a lot about CFS. You should also look into having the University of Pacific exercise test if you can. Even if you don't go there to do it, see if your doctor can call them and get the protocol and then have it done in your doctors office. It very clearly objectifies the energy deficit in CFS.
     
  7. Kati

    Kati Patient in training

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    Does Sheila Bastien have a website?
     

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