That's just a simple reminder to slap your physician around a bit when they don't take your concerns to heart.
My recommendation is to read up (or get a textbook) on medical terminology. That way you can speak med-speak. I've found that when I use the appropriate terminology physicians tend to listen better because it finally clicks in their brain that you have an idea what you're actually talking about. I personally don't take shit from ANY specialty whatsoever because I know when I'm right and when something is being overlooked or not being taken seriously.
When it doubt or something just doesn't seem right or your concerns have not been fully addressed make yourself a fly. You'll drive the staff crazy and often they'll do anything just to get you to shut up and stop zipping around their heads. Medical professionals will always cave to the squeaky wheel so if you feel you're not getting the appropriate answer, squeak like hell. Leave three messages an hour, leave three voicemails, call other docs on the care team to get what you want. You know your body best and when someone doesn't give you the appropriate time of day, make them pay.