Peterson

Corinne’s fifth blog of her visits to Dr. Peterson is her most comprehensive yet. First, an improving Corinne gives a summary of her work to date with Dr. P, then we get a blow by blow of her visit, and lastly the ‘Queen of Questions’ hits up Dr. Peterson with her long list of questions, and as always, he responds. 

Let me begin with a summary of my first four visits with Dr. P.

June 2009: I traveled by RV (my husband drove) because I was partially bedridden and wanted to “stop and smell the roses” along the way. This visit was stretched out over ten days and quite intensive, involving numerous tests including a lumbar puncture, MRI, Spect Scan, exercise stress test, 24-hour HR/BP monitor and multiple lab work.… Read More

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(In what has become easily the best documented interaction of any patient with Dr. Dan Peterson, Corrine returns to see him for visit #4. Check out Corrines other blogs here as she brings up you close and personal with one of the most respected ME/CFS physicians in the US. Check out the beginning of the Corinne-Dr. Peterson Chronicles here)

 

Let me begin with a summary of my first three visits with Dr. P.

 

June 2009: I traveled by RV (my husband drove) because I was partially bedridden and wanted to “stop and smell the roses” along the way.… Read More
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(Looking Forward: Dr. Peterson on ME/CFS was derived from notes I took after a talk with Dr. Peterson; the views enclosed hopefully reflect the essence of the talk but any mistakes, of course, are mine. Materials were added from the IACFS/ME Ottawa conference to supplement the article). Thanks to Corinne for arranging a meeting with Dr. Peterson. 

Dr. Dan Peterson and Dr. Cheney were the doctors on the scene as the most famous outbreak in chronic fatigue syndrome history took place in little Incline Village on the shores of Lake Tahoe high in the Sierra Nevada mountains in the early 1980’s.… Read More

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Corinne at Dr. Peterson's for ME/CFS(Corinne returns for her second Followup visit since her first visit to Dr. Peterson in Sept. 2009. She had been on a protocol consisting of saline IV’s, amino acid IV’s, procrit, probiotics and Valtrex since April, 2010. How has this former fitness instructor but now mostly bedridden person with ME/CFS been doing?….Let’s find out!)
Dr. PETERSON REVISITED: CORINNE’S FOLLOW-UP # 2, September 2010
“Off we go into the wild blue yonder, flying high, into the sky” . . . .

Yes, I was ready to try it this go around….flying to Reno.Read More

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