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Finding A Doctor In Minnesota


Rachel
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I am going to be moving to southwest Minnesota in April. I'm excited about the move and the opportunities for us there, but I dread searching for a new team of doctors again.

Does anyone have a suggestion for a good doctor in southwest Minnesota? I'll be looking for a PCP as well as any doctor that knows about and treats dysautonomia. It could be a cardiologist, neurologist, or an internal med doctor. I'm not too picky about that as long as they are very familiar with dysautonomia.

We will be in southwest Minnesota, and I'd like to find a doctor within a 2 hour drive if possible. I'd be willing to travel to northwest Iowa or to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. There are specialists farther out, and I hope to go to Mayo eventually, but for regular care I'd really like to find doctors close to me.

If you have any suggestions, please let me know! If you aren't comfortable posting the information on the forum you can send me a PM.

Rachel

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Thanks, Kayla. I'm hoping I can find someone too! I have had such wonderful doctors in the past few years, and I'm hoping I can find a great team again.

I guess we don't have many (or any!) members from southwest Minnesota. I'll have to join the Meet Others program and see if anyone is on there for MN.

Rachel

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Hope you have a safe move and enjoy your new location. I miss living up north, I'm a WI girl!! Love it there. Good luck finding a good doctor!!

Brye

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Thanks, Brye! I'm looking forward to living in the north again. I really miss winter!

Houswoea, The twin cities will be a little far away for me for a regular doctor. Although if I can't find a dysautonomia doctor who is closer I will have to consider the twin cities. I'm hoping to find one in Sioux Falls, SD since that would be a closer drive for me in southwest MN. I am hoping to go to Mayo while I'm there. I'd really like to get a firm answer on mitochondrial disease if at all possible.

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