I am having a hard time trying to find doctors that are knowledgeable about Tourette Syndrome for my daughter (8 years old). I have spent months searching through forums looking for doctor recommendations and there are absolutly 0. I even created a website www.ihavetics.com that makes it very easy for people to leave recommendations or warnings about doctors they have been to. Please if you have been to a doctor for Tourette Syndrome, go to the site to the doctors section and fill it out. I had to make it where you have to register because of spam. If you can think of a way to make it easier to fill out please email me at email@example.com. All you have to do is go to the doctors link on the top menu and choose your state after you login and at the bottom of the page there will be a add new record link. Just click on that and it is pretty much self explanatory. I want to make this perfectly clear. I am not posting this for any financial gain or recognition whatsoever. This has cost me alot of time and money hosting this site due to the fact that I am not very good at building websites at all. I have google links and a donate button on the home page which has not made a cent so far but every cent I do make will go to the Tourette Syndrome Association. (I have to believe a cure is possible for my daughter.) If you go to the site you will see her on the home page. I know there must be thousands of parents like me with the same problems of finding doctors. I have left a doctor review of one of the doctors that I have been to, just to show you what it looks like. I have been to one other doctor recently that I will post shortly. Imagine how many parents you could help by doing this. And please try to spread this post, I am going to post it on all the forums I can find about Tourette Syndrome. Also note to moderator. If you could sticky this or make it stand out some how I will gladly add a link to your website on my home page. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know the link and anchor text you would like and I will do it right away. My daugher has had symptoms for about 2 years now and it is very hard for me to see her suffer, and I am trying to do all I can. Please comments and suggestions are needed.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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