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Dr. Eaton in Jupiter Fl. unbelievable!!!
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11/21/04 01:32
bill Nelson

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11/21/04 01:32
bill Nelson

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Dr. Eaton in Jupiter Fl. unbelievable!!!

I just had needle surgery to fix my right ring finger that had almost a 90 degree bend. And in 20 min. with four numbing shots, like a little bee sting each, Dr. Eaton took 100 percent of the bend out of my finger!!! He uses the Paris technique whereby he uses a needle to pierce the cord and then pulls to snap the cord that contracts the finger to the palm. I swear this is the way to go!! Check him out at www.handcenter.org., $700 and I can shake hands and hi-five again..two days later and no pain and finger straight!! It's unbelievable!

If you want you can call me at work m-f 9-5

212 512 1578 I'm in New York City, tell my asst. it's regarding Dr. Eaton

Bill Nelson
bill.nelson@hbo.com

11/21/04 01:50
Alan

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11/21/04 01:50
Alan

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Congrats

Congratulations!!

Unfortunately all of us who have had NA
have not been quite so fortunate, but it is
still recommended over the usual surgery. I
bet you are so busy shaking hands now!!

11/21/04 01:13
Frances

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11/21/04 01:13
Frances

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Congrats

Hi,

Glad to hear things went well for you.

Frances

11/21/04 01:32
George Barbarow

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11/21/04 01:32
George Barbarow

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One year later

I had the same "Miraculous Change " November 2003;
and, while I do see some signs that cords are forming again
I will go back if those fingers contract enough to be bothersome.
See my story at http://www.angelfire.com/rings/dupuytrens/

11/22/04 01:11
Peggy

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11/22/04 01:11
Peggy

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So happy for you.

High Five, Bill! I am so glad your procedure went so well. I have an appointment with Dr. Eaton in February. My little finger on my left hand is effected, which is drawing in my ring finger, as well. I am excited about my visit with the good doctor and am confident my results will be as good as yours.

Peggy in California

12/02/04 01:11
neil

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12/02/04 01:11
neil

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handshakes

what is the most common excuse when shakink hands...I'm getting a little tired of saying "it's not a secret handshake"

03/16/06 01:29
Baron

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03/16/06 01:29
Baron

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Dr. Eaton

Same story for me. My finger is straight. No problems. Over two years since my NA now. Still doing very well. Best wishes all.

03/19/06 01:11
marvin

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03/19/06 01:11
marvin

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No Brainer

One year since surgery, excellent results. Son had the surgery three months ago. Same. Call me if you need references.

03/20/06 01:21
Tolucca

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03/20/06 01:21
Tolucca

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No Brainer

Does Eaton actually refer to the scraping of diseased tissue with the sharp end of an inserted 20 gauge needle "Surgery"? If so, it's about the least invasive a thing since the lancing a really knarly Zit.
Could anything this effective be more simplistic? Could anything this simplistic and effective be more misaligned and misunderstood by those who should be doing it?

11/11/06 01:59
Bob Dougherty

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11/11/06 01:59
Bob Dougherty

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Outstanding results

Here are before and after shots of my hand.

My contracture was so severe that Dr. Eaton told me not to expect 100% improvement on the first procedure.

I'm extremely pleased with the degree of improvement and have full use of my hand after 3 days....nice to shake hands normally again

http://community.webshots.com/slideshow?ID=555485291

Bob Dougherty

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