FIND A VACCINE FRIENDLY DOCTOR - how to!
Here is a step by step resource for FINDING a Vaccine Choice Open Minded Doctor in your area!
Go one by one and make a document with all the possibilities. There are many lists "out there" and not all that much overlap. You know your area best and can research which Dr. is closest/insurance, etc.
FIRST: ONLINE resources numbered 1-8. Right click on each and open in new tab or window, go through systematically for your state.
1) Dr. SEARS
3) VACCINE LIBERATION
4) VAX TRUTH
5) NATURALLY NICOLE
6) HOLISTIC PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATION have a search function
7) LIORA’S LIST
#8 and #9 are especially good for rural or suburban areas.
8- MOTHERING.COM FORUM
http://www.mothering.com/forum/index.php search for vaccine, vax friendly doctor etc and/or your city name or nearest town.
9) google search for VAX or VACCINE Friendly Doctor plus your city name, surrounding towns, zip code or county. Sometimes doing just vaccine friendly doctor plus your state will find you a gem.
As a GENERAL RULE: If you don't find a Dr. in your area that your insurance covers, etc. and are forced to choose somebody else, the general rule is don't choose a Pediatrician. Instead, just a regular family doctor MD, Chiropractor, a N.D. Naturopathic Doctor, or Homeopath. All are all a better bet than a "Pediatrician". In some cases, a Midwife or a Nurse Practitioner may be able assess your baby for growth and development and general health as well. In general Dr's who see adults are used to their patients not having "proper" boosters, and they're not all falling over dead from pertussis or whatever, KWIM? If your baby is nursing well and has no special diagnosis, no special pediatric issues to be followed closely, then a general developmental checkup by any licenced practitioner is really enough. (Or you can avoid Dr's entirely and learn yourself to check hips, chart height and weight, etc. No need for all these Dr. Visits - they are training sessions to get you used to vaccinating and running to the Dr. for colds, etc, that is all, IMO)
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