Part III>>>to what should be simple and effective improvement by properly assessing the patient and diagnosing them. My name is Ronald Accas, Certified Physician Assistant in greater Nashville area. Search my NPI number, navigate state of Tenn Dept of Health for licensing..have always been in good standing, my patients really depend upon me, but possibly your opinion may prove helpful to me in my evaluation of my patients with forementioned symptoms. With great appreciation in advance, Ron(ald) G. Accas, PA-C ***@**** 09/03/10 Nashville, TN
Part II >>> I'ld like to have a chat or email dialogue with you for your perspective...why? Just browsing and seeing your post put so simply think you have possibly/probably simplified the process and assessing cause, whereas most posts from both clinicians and patients seem to not see the forest for the trees. Raised, live in TN, training Baylor College of Med in Houston, Class of 1983, and am thinking that what you might share will help me become more dynamic in my approach toward helping my patients as clinicians and therapists of so many of my patients have not guided my patients (800 word max) continued
Hi...I'm a Physician Assistant in Pain Mgmt for 6 yrs....PA for 25 yrs, and just your brief post in medhelp.org re: 'only found 2 things (which cause pain with sitting), piriformis syndrome and pudendal neuralgia....well, I have become amazed in discovering all the patients who have pain while sitting, that have never, ever been diagnosed as to cause...and roughly, it seems, given all these patients sitting on pillows strewn around their homes, flexing the hip and putting their affected foot on the dash when riding in the car (having the sciatica posteriorly past the knee) and avoiding sitting on affected side, and sleeping with the hip flexed to decrease the sciatica...why it seems they must essentially "all" have piriformis syndrome. Part 1 Ron Accas
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