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getting referal to oxford to see Mr thelogis as a adult

berkshiregirl
berkshiregirl Member Posts: 12
edited May 2014 in Cerebral palsy
hi i am a lady of 29 with cerebral palsy and i am fed up with being in so much pain's with my leg's. I was under a consultant in reading but because it was bone surgery he refused to it and has messed me around, and he keep's changing his mind about doing surgery. I could understand why he didn't do it when i was younger as my muscles were too weak but i improved big time and he said he could of do it but he didn't want to. He was supposed to refer to oxford when i was 18 but didn't.
I have heard so many great thing's about Mr thelogis i was wondering does he see adult's with cerebal Palsy i would like to get a second opion on surgery. I know recovery is longer with adult's is longer but am prepared to put the hard work in. I know oxford is the place to go. would appreciate to hear what people think

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