My Primary Care Physician suspects that I have Fibromyalgia, and I am not certain. I would like to go to a Dr. who deals regularly with this disease, to be able to know why I have so much pain throughout my body.
I know of one Dr. that I heard about through a patient of his, I overheard her talking about her Fibromyalgia, and asked her who is her Dr. She told me Dr. Elliot Kopp, in Raleigh. I am just not sure who to go to, can you help with that?
Also have Osteoarthritis in my knee & shoulder, want to find a Dr. who uses SYNVISC as a treatment, I have read about, and sent for information kit, but misplaced the list of doctor's. I have a Doctor, an Orthopaedic, in Raleigh,
NC. I need to call & see if he uses SNYVISC as a treatment injection. So far I have been injected with steroid/cort.
and it hasn't worked well for me. Can you help with that?
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