My son was diagnosed with ADHD in the 6th grade and was prescribed medication. In order to qualify for a waiver of this condition as a disqualifier for the Air Force Academy, he went off the drugs for two years in high school and did well. He received a medical waiver but not in time for the Academy. He is now in a civilian college in ROTC. He wants to go back on medication. Will going back on now disqualify him when he graduates, wants a commission and entrance to flight /pilot school? Are there a specific list of drugs that disqualify or will any drug prescribed for ADHD, regardless of what it is, disqualify him for a waiver? What if he is prescribed a drug but ostensibly it is for something else? Specifically, what about Provigil–ADHD is an off-label application.
Dear Dr. R.K. Ghosheh,
About six or seven years ago I was referred to you by a friend of mine who had Lasik done at your facility. She was very impressed so I came to see you. When I had my consult with another doctor I decided to have my eyes done because with the vision I had, I was miserable. Thank you for being a great guy.
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I wanted to thank you so much for helping my eyes to see and feel better. I was afraid of any kind of eye surgery but other friends said you were the best doctor around. You’re nurses were the nicest nurses I have ever had and your front desk staff was so nice. Thank you again and God bless all of you...
Dear Dr. Ghosheh
Words cannot express the amazing gift of sight that you have provided me. I have been struggling to see for years with glasses and/or contacts. I never thought it would be possible to see so nicely without them. What a wonderful profession to be apart of… giving the gift of sight. Thank all of you.