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Upright MRI and Neurologist a near Boston

Can anyone please recommend a neurologist near Boston or Southern NH?

Also looking for the closest upright MRI.

Thank you!
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Hi, we don't recommend Drs or do referrals, but we can give you a listing for you to use to research Drs, and out list is compiled by the members here of Drs they have been to, treated by and liked.....I did post MA Drs in your other thread-https://www.medhelp.org/posts/Chiari-Malformation/Experienced-Chiari-Neurosurgeon-in-NH-or-MA-/show/3033602#post_14378899
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Thanks, they’re all neurosurgeons, looking for a neurologist with experience with Chiari. Also looking for the closest upright MRI machine.
Your best bet is to contact one of those Drs as they can refer you to a NL as they do work with them and they should also be able to help you locate the upright MRI.
I am thinking we should start listing NL's that have experience with Chiari....I never found one in my area....my PCP did all he could to learn what he could to help me  in addition to talking with the NS's I choose to work with.
Great, good idea, thank you!
No worries, let me know how you make out with this.
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