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Old 02-09-2013, 02:11 PM   #1
dyna
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Question Would you allow a Dr's office not being handicapped friendly?

I've been having some very serious back pain the last few weeks. My PM sent me to a neurologist. With my back pain I've been ordered to use a walker by my PM.

I'm looking at back surgery with rods an screws ect to hold my back together.

After waiting almost a month to get into see this Neurologist I get there an find out there is 3 big heavy glass doors that gets me to see my Neurologist and no automatic door or handicapped button. There was barely room between 2 doors for me to get out of DH's way so he could open the door for me.

Had it been a dentist office I prolly would not have thought to much about the doors but since at this time in my life I'm semi disabled those doors rubbed me the wrong way. I thinkin to go to a neurologist that most patients would be at least semi disabled if not totally. I'm really questioning if this is the doctor for me.....How about you?
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