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Doctors in canada

My hubby needs to see a specialist in Canada regarding this issue.  Does anyone have any names of docs in Canada who deal with AD.  We were vacationing in Australia, both got bit by jellyfish.  I had AD for 3 months and it went away.  He still has it after 2 years.  He was healthy, young 35 yr old with no health issues.  It's crazy, I could make a movie out of our experience.  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks
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612876 tn?1355514495
Sorry, forgot about the automatic blocking of email addys.  You can find the list yourself (complete with email addresses) if you go to the AAS link on our Health Page here:

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Here are the Canadian ones from the American Autonomic Society's listings:

    Jean Cusson, M.D., Ph.D., FRCPC
    Internal Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology,
    Hôpital Charles LeMoyne
    3120 Taschereau Blvd
    Greenfield Park, Qc, Canada, J4V 2H1
    Phone: 450-466-5000 #3106
    Fax: 450-466-5606
    E-Mail: jean.***@****
    Multiple System Atrophy (Shy-Drager Syndrome etc)
    Orthostatic Intolerance (POTS)

    Ronald Schondorf, M.D., Ph.D.
    Department of Neurology
    SMBD Jewish General Hospital
    3755 chemin de la Cote Ste Catherine
    Montreal, QC H3T 1E2
    Phone:  514-340-8222, Ext. 2399
    Fax:  514-340-7567
    E-mail:  ronald.***@****
    Autonomic Failure
    Orthostatic Intolerance
    Orthostatic Hypotension
    Other Autonomic Disorders

    John D. Stewart, M.B.B.S., F.R.C.P.(C)
    Montreal Neurological Hospital
    3801 University Street, Room 365
    Montreal, Quebec
    CANADA H3A 2B4
    Phone:  514-398-8980
    Fax:  514-398-1285
    E-mail:  john.***@****
    Multiple System Atrophy
    Pure Autonomic Failure
    Diabetic Autonomic Failure
    Orthostatic Hypotension
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Hi and Welcome to this forum.

You can find a list of Drs specialising in AD on the DINET website at this address


3 are in Montreal and 1 in Hamilton.

Sorry to hear about your misadventure in Australia! It is a real bummer to go on a holiday and then develop a chronic illness like AD.
My thoughts are with you.
Good luck to your and your hubby.
Keep us posted :-)
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