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Dr. Carolyn M Walsh has the following 1 specialty
- Internal Medicine
An internist is a physician who focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the adult population—both acute and chronic.
These doctors are often who adults see as their primary physicians because they treat a broad range of illnesses that do not require surgical or specialist interventions. They also work to help a patient maintain optimal health in order to prevent the onset of disease.
In addition to treating the common cold and flu, internists also treat chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease.
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At first I liked her very much. I went in with excrutiating leg pain which she said was caused by Lyme She thought inside the box and only gave me antibiotics. I finally went to another dr. after a year for herbs, as Dr. Walsh made it clear she doesn't work with herbs and I was having stomach issues from the antibiotics I was then sent for an MRI, I found out my leg pain was due to a history of back pain, and I am looking at potential surgery. Dr. Walsh knew I had a history of back pain and should have sent me for an MRI. I was unnecessarily on antibiotics for 9 months. I was Lyme positive but my symptoms were not related to Lyme and Have befn told now by 3 other dr's my pain has been from my back all along, I cannot rate staff as she has none.
I am extremely grateful for Dr. Walsh's care and treatment. As with many patients who have tickborne infections, my attempts to find an explanation for my slowly and consistently degrading health constitute an epic that could have ended in tragedy. A few years ago, I was sure I was dying of an unknown cause. I had been investigated for ALS, multiple sclerosis and other neurodegenerative diseases and had strange labs, but nothing conclusive, and so I was essentially dismissed by doctors. In my case, I have an infection called bartonella that has severely scarred my skin, and so the damage is apparent and undeniable--yet no doctor until I found Dr. Walsh suspected my scars were anything other than stretch marks. I am male, relatively thin, never have been obese, and while there are no stretch marks in my family, I have them *all over my body.* Dr. Walsh immediately identified what is causing them. Before Dr. Walsh, I was in agony or on my very best days extreme discomfort and fatigue. I'm not "cured" by any means, but I feel completely alive, my nerve pain has almost completely resolved, and I feel like I am on a path to wellness instead of death. Dr. Walsh's practice is unlike any I've been to before in that she does not have a receptionist, she doesn't personally process health insurance, and she's unusually communicative and caring. This doctor has been my salvation, and while I do realize that may read as dramatic, it's completely true.
First, let start off by stating my review is when Dr. Walsh was at Stanford and the Palo Alto Med. Clinic. I first met Dr. Walsh when she worked for Stanford. At my first appointment with Dr. Walsh she had me hooked. She took time to answered all of my question and did not leave the room until I was comfortable with her answers and diagnosis. I continued to see Dr. Walsh until she left Stanford and went to work at the Palo Alto Med. Clinic. Dr. Walsh diagnosed my husband with Sleep Apnea, when his doctor missed it. After her diagnosis he became a patient of hers. When Dr. Walsh left Stanford and went to work at the Palo Alto Med. Clinic we followed her. We were heart broken when she left Palo Alto. If we could have followed her we would have. If Dr. Walsh ever decides to come back to California, my husband and I will be first in line to sign up to have her as our doctor.
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Locations & DirectionsCarolyn M Walsh Md, 821 S King St Ste D, Leesburg, VA
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