Who’s Who on My Health Care Team
I was fortunate to have an MS-specialized neurologist from the beginning, which saved me time and ensured that I received proper care. My neurologist, Dr. Adnan Subei, oversees my disease management and keeps track of my progression. He stays informed about new therapies and clinical trials and always addresses my concerns. I trust his judgment completely.
What is Team-Based Care?
I am also grateful for my physiatrist, Dr. Janice Cohen, who assesses my physical condition and provides me with mobility devices and therapy. Her knowledge of the human body is impressive, and she understands exactly what I need.
Integrative medicine has also played a significant role in my recovery. Dr. Ashwin Mehta, the medical director of integrative medicine, has taught me how to reduce inflammation and practice self-care. He has given me the tools I need to take charge of my health.
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My primary care doctor, Dr. Nga Nguyen, monitors my overall health, especially in relation to the medications I take for MS. Regular check-ups with her are essential to avoid any complications.
Finally, my therapists at the Memorial Rehabilitation Institute have been with me every step of the way. They have been there for me since day one and have never given up on me. They have become like family.
All of these doctors and therapists have been crucial in my MS journey, and I have learned so much from them. They have empowered me to take control of my health and manage my symptoms effectively. Choosing the right medical team is vital, and I am grateful to have found the best of the best at the Memorial Healthcare System.
They are the ones who keep me going, who give me strength, and who support me when I face challenges. They are my light in the darkness.