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anyone know of a rheumatologist who is aware of mindbody connection/TMS?

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by lee94, May 7, 2021.

  1. lee94

    lee94 Newcomer

    i was diagnosed with anklyosing spondilitis due to buttock pain, HLA-B27 gene, and MRI of sacroiliac inflammation but think it might've been TMS, wondering if there are rheumatologists who are aware of mindbody connection and tms
  2. miffybunny

    miffybunny Beloved Grand Eagle

    The answer is no. They are in the business of the medical industry. You may as well be on another planet unfortunately. Your best bet is to consult with an MD in the field of TMS. Everything you describe is classic TMS.
    Last edited: May 7, 2021
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  3. Duggit

    Duggit Well known member

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  4. mbo

    mbo Well known member

    Autoimmune diseases are usually excluded from the TMS frame (except by dr. Gabor Maté !) and rheumatologists are "hunting" for autoimmune diseases.
    The big deal is: is truly anklyosing spondilitis an autoimmune disease ? Is it an inflamatory process?
    Is your buttock pain due to anklyosing spondilitis? Don't be attached to your diagnostic, please.
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  5. TG957

    TG957 Beloved Grand Eagle

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