I'm sorry that you found my answer to be patronizing. I sure didn't mean it to be....
But, in reality? Any reason I can come up with for this doctors behavior would be a stone cold guess.
If you really have to know you might try calling the neurologist and asking her, or going to her office and asking her in person.
You might also complain to the medical board and see if you can get a reason from the doctor that way
Or even have a lawyer send the doctor a formal letter asking if she would share her reasons for not taking on your sons neurology care and threaten a lawsuit to compel her to give a reason if she refuses to do so. Perhaps this would scare her into revealing what she was thinking.....
Make sense to you?
I realize that this was not the answer you were hoping to hear but it would be unfair to you and unprofessional of me were I provide you with anything less than truthful and honest information.
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Dr. Rick MD FACS