I had the immense pleasure of meeting Dr. Sandy Dharmadas while she was in residence at ____. I found her to be kind, patient, truly interested in the welfare of her patients, and more than willing to listen to their concerns. Quite frankly it was rather refreshing to not be rushed in and out as if on an assembly line of patients. No, most doctors do not do that but I have run into far too many who did.
My reason for seeing Dr. Sandy was for chronic pain in my back, neck, and shoulder which were the result of too many years of back and head trauma. Trauma from hurting my lower back while working at the post office (parcel post). Other trauma from car accidents. And, more trauma from hitting my head on overhead kitchen cabinets; and, being hit in the head by a waiter standing behind me with a tray. Be that as it may, I occasionally have flare ups which warrant me getting physical therapy and being reminded of exercises which will alleviate the pain. This is where Dr. Dharmadas comes in; and, why I so wholeheartedly am writing this letter of confidence in her medical skills.
Because of the physical therapy skills of Dr. Dharmadas, my chronic pain was finally relieved and by the end of our sessions I can say my life was made a lot better due to the reduction in pain. While I was sad to see her go, it was apparent that Dr. Dharmadas was destined to move on and extend her services to other patients in need of her type of empathy and care. Back pain can become a life long problem that while managed still serves as a reminder of some traumatic event. To have any of it relieved is something you don't easily forget.