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#1 of 4 Old 11-02-2007, 09:16 PM - Thread Starter
 
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our well baby visits are free with our ins. so I guess I should take advantage but only if I can find a no push ped....thanks A gp or whatever would be ok also! I guess my conclusion was correct they are rare here!!

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Try a Dr. Nabulsi in Midland. Actually, there are two - they are a married couple. My midwives recommended him. I ended up being scheduled with the wife, and she pushes vax way more than he appearantly does, but he's supposed to be really cool about non-vaxing. Just make sure you end up with him, and you should be alright
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I know Charles Scott is a chiropractor in Odessa who is pro-non-vax, http://www.scottchiropracticwellness.com/.

My folks watch him on GLC, his show is House Call. I was telling my mom I didn't want to vax, and she was horrified, and then two weeks later after watching his show was telling me I shouldn't.

I read elsewhere online that you can use a chiropractor instead of a 'regular' doctor. It compares their classes, and they have equal amounts of training and chiropractors are often less medically/surgically/allopathically-minded.

ETA: Yay! I found it!

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thx ladies we have decided for the time being that we don't need all the fuss of the wbv anyways Dr Scott is great I've heard a lot of great things about him and have watched his program a few times. Turns out he dosen't do the wbv that my ins provides for free go figure (b/c all they wanna do is give shots) but if we need attention in the future I'll def. keep these two doc's in mind. We have made it a full year without Daniel ever being sick (other than mild teething symptoms) . I appreciate the suggestions!
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Tasha

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