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DR. Spacek in Canada
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03/08/2004 23:05
David

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03/08/2004 23:05
David

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DR. Spacek in Canada

It is so good to hear all the positive experience of people getting their hands mended by the doctors in Europe and Florida but I have not read any feedback about Dr. Spacek. Is there anyone that has anything to relate about the doctor in Montreal? All I have seen is that she was trained in France by Dr. B and associates. Does she accept patients from other provinces of Canada? Are there any restrictions or extra costs involved? Any feedback would be appeciated as I would like to make a decision on where to go and who to see. Thanks David

07/23/2005 23:23
Frances

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07/23/2005 23:23
Frances

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DR. Spacek in Canada

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08/05/2005 23:59
Richard Lehoux

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08/05/2005 23:59
Richard Lehoux

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DR. Spacek in Canada

I have Dupuytran for 2 years.

I have been treated (NA) by Elena Spacek 6 months ago and she did a good work at the Institut de Reabilitation de Montreal.

I am satisfied and i will return when the contracture will be more pronounce.

Do not hesitate to write me if you want her phone number.

08/05/2005 23:46
jim h

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08/05/2005 23:46
jim h

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DR. Spacek in Canada

That's good to hear - however I believe a Canadian doctor will not treat American patients, is that correct?

08/05/2005 23:45
Gordon 
08/05/2005 23:45
Gordon 
DR. Spacek in Canada

Jim,

You are correct. Canadian physicians can not treat citizens from other countries unless it is an amergency situation while visiting. You have to be a citizen of Canada for Dr. Spacek to perform the NA for DC.

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