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Has anyone been to cleveland clinic? It was suggested I go there. I am looking into it, but would like to get opinions and suggestions. I called the appointment scheduler, she was trying to get me to see one neurologist, but I had been told before that you could go there and see many doctors. I talked to the neurologist scheduler and she said to go thru something called national consult and they would help me. I would love some input on this clinic or any of the others.
I don’t want to waste my time or money. My husband has new insurance and it is not as good as our old one, so it will cost money I don’t have. Plus travel. I want to go somewhere and get some answers but I am tired of going to doctors office’s who are no help what so ever!
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