I was seeing a neuroolgist in little rock arkansas and I had a mri done and all that he said I have a cyst on my back and they cant operate on it now I had to move back to tennessee before I had my follow up appointment with him whiich he told me over the phone my only option was pain medication but I am not going to make the follow up with him where he told me he would explain everthing does anybody see a problem with him transferring my resultsa to tn? I just know how some drs are thanks for all your input
These are your records they may charge you which is rediculas but call the mri center and get a copy of the mri and the report. You can do that with any studies you had done and have your new doc's office and equest your records formally. Good luck I worked in the field and we transferred records all the time they are your records and don't let them tell you they are not
you had the test he should have explained his reasons as to why he felt pain medication was the option for you, maybe I am wrong but its our body, we pay the doctors, I know how irritating some can be )been there and done that) but I can not recall having a time in which get the records was something they stopped me from doing, the new doc you see needs to view them and might not agree with him please know that I am not trying to cause you to be irritated with the doctor I think even though I have always had to do it you have to stand up and just be open with them after all the doctor does not hesitate to tell you nor does he fail to charge you please take care and the best of luck to you
Ask the Dr office to give you a copy of your records since you are moving out of state. They are YOUR records. Like it was said above, they may charge you a small fee but it will be worth it to have your own copy. Once you get the copies, make a copy for you to keep for yourself and one to give to your new Dr. That way you have your own copy and can always make more for other Drs you may see.
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