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William L. Bourland, M.D.
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07/11/2004 23:23
Frances

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07/11/2004 23:23
Frances

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William L. Bourland, M.D.

Hi Bert.

12/02/2004 23:42
Bert 
12/02/2004 23:42
Bert 
William L. Bourland, M.D.

hi

12/06/2004 23:53
Sean 
12/06/2004 23:53
Sean 
NA

Derek,
There is an unbelieveable amount of information on the web.
Go to Dr. Eaton's website and follow all of the links and you will have what you need.

Your statement, "yet it is the norm in Europe.", is not correct. Surgery (limited fasciectomy) is still the preferred treatment in Europe if measured by number of procedures.

12/06/2004 23:54
Randy H.

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12/06/2004 23:54
Randy H.

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William L. Bourland, M.D.

Derek:

Eaton has the best info on the net:

http://www.handcenter.org/newfile16.htm

12/06/2004 23:04
Abigale

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12/06/2004 23:04
Abigale

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Dr. Charles Eaton

Dr. Charles Eaton
The Hand Center
1002 S Old Dixie Hwy, Suite 105, Jupiter FL 33458
Phone 561-746-7686
FAX 561-746-3420

12/15/2004 23:53
The Real Frances

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12/15/2004 23:53
The Real Frances

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Dr. Bourland

I am so very sorry I have been so hard on Dr. Bourland. He is a great hand doctor. I would trust my hand with him anytime.

The Real Frances

12/16/2004 23:36
Frances

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12/16/2004 23:36
Frances

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The post below

To all,
I did not write the post below.

To the poster who is using the nickname 'Frances', please cease and desist from making comments as me under the nickname Frances.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Merry Christmas,

Frances

12/18/2004 23:58
Don Westen

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12/18/2004 23:58
Don Westen

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name

Please give it a rest. Real or not we value your opinions Frances. You are an asset to this discussion forum. Have a merry Christmas

12/18/2004 23:16
John S

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12/18/2004 23:16
John S

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Any poor NA results??

I am reasonably new to the forum and have been scanning the messages for anyone who has experienced a poor result from NA. Are there any? If so, what happened? Are there any downside risks to NA?

Also, if one has the NA treatment and does not have a good result can surgery be subsequently considered? In other words, does a choice to have NA impact on surgical options?

I am a Canadian and I am considering an NA procedure in France or Switzerland. Can anyone tell me the approximate costs of the procedures? The total time away (i.e. time between sessions, etc.? Anything else to know when planning to travel for something like this?

All responses appreciated.

John

12/19/2004 23:20
Randy H.

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12/19/2004 23:20
Randy H.

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Go Polar?

NA has no impact on the success of subsequent Traditional Invasive Surgery. However, open surgery can negatively impact subsequent NA. For this reason I believe NA should always be attempted first. In the few cases where NA is not effective, surgery, as a backup solution, is always available.

Forum Friends: Isn't there a Canadian who does NA so John doesn't have to go Polar?

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