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NA for DC Appointment - DR. Bourland
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02/11/05 01:11
Sandy 
02/11/05 01:11
Sandy 
hand doctors

I live in the mid west. My doctor recently told me I have Dupuytren's disease. He said I have to have surgery, but I would rather have this NA. It looks like Dr. Bourland is within driving distance from me. Could any of you tell me about your NA experiance with him? I really need to take care of this soon.

02/14/05 01:07
Alfred 
02/14/05 01:07
Alfred 
NA/DC - Dr. Bourland

Sandy,

Dr. Bourland did the NA procedure For DC on my hand and two fingers about one year ago. The procedure was was easy. The results were excellent. Fingers still straight.

02/14/05 01:16
Gerry Widen

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02/14/05 01:16
Gerry Widen

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Argue

Someone keeps posting overly favorable posts about Dr Bourland under different names. Unfortunately the poster below may or may not be this person as any other favorable poster you may read. I would give him a call talk to him directly and see if he can give references of any patients he successfully performed NA on. I know if I had a medical problem that was successfully corrected by a doctor I would have no problem talking to a prospective patient about my experience.

02/21/05 01:55
D Beason

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02/21/05 01:55
D Beason

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Argue

Why argue about Dr. Bourland? Why not just call his office and ask if he does the French needle. Ask how many he has done. Ask if there were any problems. Then be done with this arguement and move on.

02/22/05 01:13
Alfred

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02/22/05 01:13
Alfred

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NA/DC - Dr. Bourland

That's right. There is no sense argueing about whether Dr. Bourland does NA for DD. Just call his office and settle this petty dispute.

02/23/05 01:49
Graeme

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02/23/05 01:49
Graeme

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Good Idea - Dr Bourland

To Randy H.

thanks for another of your enlightening and intelligently scripted posts. There has been so much mistique surrounding Dr Bourland and you have had the foresight to phone him. He engaged you in a fruitful chat and the result is you've provided us with some clear answers.
This helps to fill in the gaps for us all!!
Good on you Randy and good on you Dr Bourland.

02/23/05 01:01
George Barbarow

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02/23/05 01:01
George Barbarow

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Finally Facts rather than advertising !

Thanks Randy:

Your post is the first on Dr. Bourland that presents factual information rather than advertising.

It is encouraging that Dr. Eaton will be making a presentation and sharing his experiences with the many hand surgeons that are ignorant of the beneifts of NA.

My own experience is posted at:
http://www.angelfire.com/rings/dupuytrens/

02/23/05 01:33
D Beason

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02/23/05 01:33
D Beason

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Dr. Bourland - NA for DC

Randy,

Once again you have shown your leadership in this forum. I tip my hat to you...well done. You have proved that Dr. Bourland indeed does NA for DC. You have laid to rest the misconception that USA hand doctors must observe the French NA technicians before they will be acceptable to DC patients for NA.

02/23/05 01:39
darris

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02/23/05 01:39
darris

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certified?

I wonder exactly what is meant by "certified." Certified by whom?

02/23/05 01:10
George Barbarow

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02/23/05 01:10
George Barbarow

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Dr. Pess WebPage Obsolete

Dr. Pess needs to update his page on Dupuytren's
it was updated January 1999 and does not mention NA
http://www.centraljerseyhand.com/dupuytren.htm

I did send him an Email suggesting an update !

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