Oh so true! I've said that a million times!Sometimes I wish I had a broken leg or something else that could be *Seen*
If your doctor is actually LEARNING, then you have hope, and may not need to shop around. Take in some carefully selected papers, if you can print them, with parts highlighted that you think are relevant. If you can 't print them, copy out the citation, or the web address, and ask him to look at them and get back to you about what he thinks of them.--- I've probably said all this to you before, sorry.
I am concerned about the ropinirole. Reducing as much as you can is good, but you are not necessarily going to experience a reduction in WED, just in the side effects of ropinirole, until you quit it completely, which as you know will be hellacious without your doctor's informed assistance. So I hope it happens!
I think a real naturopath would have a lot to offer, but all the ones I have encountered include homeopathy in their bag of tricks, and for me, that classifies them as charlatans or irreparably ignorant. Homeopaths will readily admit that the solution they give you is so diluted it cannot possibly contain even one molecule of the "curative" substance; they explain that it works anyway because the water molecules "remember" the substance. Which is blatant nonsense; in effect, they are claiming it works by magic. If only they would concentrate on natural remedies that have proven effects, or at reasonably might have provable effects, instead of bunkum.