by Anura Guruge
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I think so.
We met with her this morning, in Lebanon. NO. Not for I. For the wife. She had been referred to her.
When I read her bio — above — I just couldn’t believe what I was reading. Sounded true good to be true. The type of doctor I had been hoping to someday find.
Well, she proved to be as GOOD as what she claimed in the bio — if not better.
Young, but sure knows her stuff. Confident, self-assured, poised — but very low-key & non-pushy.
Wow. She actually understands PAIN! She knows the key role the brain & nervous system plays when it comes to pain. WOW. A doctor, at last, that is willing to talk about — even diagnose — central pain (now referred to as ‘Central Sensitization’). She was a revelation.
Over the last 14-year we must have seen at least 8 other so called ‘pain specialist’. They were all, in the end, charlatans. All of them put together (& they were all males) did not have her expertise, acumen & touch.
Wow. I was so impressed. (Have you already kind of got that impression that I kind of liked her?)
Well, I do know a bit about ‘pain’. I have written a book about it. SMILE. Yes, I gave her a copy & she was very gracious in thanking me for it.
I am looking forward to working with her. What a JOY.
Yes, she is native Chinese — in that she was born in China & did some of her schooling there. Great credit to China.
I the past I always tried to find Indian doctors. As of now, I am going to start by looking for Chinese doctors!
She (somewhat) restored my faith in DHMC.
Search on ‘central pain’.
Check Category ‘books’.
by Anura Guruge