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05/13/06 02:22
George Andrade

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05/13/06 02:22
George Andrade

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NA is the way to go.

I have DC in the PIP of my little finger and it seems to bend to 90 degrees. I have had surgery, NA by Dr. Eaton and now two weeks ago NA by Dr. Kline. I am very satisfied with the NA procedure performed by Dr. Kline. My finger is near straight thanks to him and his staff.

His website is:

http://www.dupuytrenscenter.com/

05/14/06 02:02
Frances

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05/14/06 02:02
Frances

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copying this post here just to make it easier to find in the future. It's relevant! :)------------------------------------------------- Dr. David Kline and NA Name: Mike Starring Email: doge@oakharbor.net This should be the last blog on this site and I hope it helps a lot of people. I went to three local doctors in the Puget sound area and all recommended the standard surgery. All I could think about was how brutal it was. then I went to a seminar that was horrible, at Whidbey General Hospital and of the ninteen people there besides me, all had had the surgery and the dupytrens came back within two weeks to a year. they were at the end of the road. I did not want to go to Florida to Dr. Eaton for NA, but that was my only option. I waited so long, one DR, suggesting amputating my little finger on my right hand. I read about Dr. Kline on this website and researched it further and made my decision. It was an awesome move. It was a ten hour drive to Ontario, Or., but well worth it. On Thursday, after a half hour with Dr. Kline, my left hand was restored to normal. On Friday, my worst hand is back about 90 %. The most surprising thing is that I was really sore for one day, and drove the ten hours home on Saturday, the next day, with no pain. On my right hand, he did the impossible. It may not be this for everyone, but I teared up on the way home. He was my miracle. The fact is I can have this proceedure again and again and if I had the regular surgery, I would be at the end of my rope if it returned, and it usually does. My total cost, 1520 dollars, versus 20 thousand and months off of work. If Dr. Kline was a painter, he would be considered an artist. Why is there any debate over which proceedure to choose? For your convnience: info@dupuytrenscenter.com This is not an ad, but a sincere letter to those making a decision..NA works and this is a great doctor. Physically he restored both hands. Mentally, he restored my life. Anyone at this crossroads is welcome to write me and ask me more, but I think I said it all here. Incidently, I typed this email two days after the fact. go there!

Thanks for the feedback George. It's helpful to others to hear compliments such as these.

Good work Dr. Kline

Frances

05/15/06 02:48
busybody

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05/15/06 02:48
busybody

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NA procedure

copying this post here just to make it easier to find in the future. It's relevant! :)

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Subject: Dr. David Kline and NA
Name: Mike Starring
Email: doge@oakharbor.net

This should be the last blog on this site and I hope it helps a lot of people. I went to three local doctors in the Puget sound area and all recommended the standard surgery. All I could think about was how brutal it was. then I went to a seminar that was horrible, at Whidbey General Hospital and of the ninteen people there besides me, all had had the surgery and the dupytrens came back within two weeks to a year. they were at the end of the road. I did not want to go to Florida to Dr. Eaton for NA, but that was my only option. I waited so long, one DR, suggesting amputating my little finger on my right hand. I read about Dr. Kline on this website and researched it further and made my decision. It was an awesome move. It was a ten hour drive to Ontario, Or., but well worth it. On Thursday, after a half hour with Dr. Kline, my left hand was restored to normal. On Friday, my worst hand is back about 90 %. The most surprising thing is that I was really sore for one day, and drove the ten hours home on Saturday, the next day, with no pain. On my right hand, he did the impossible. It may not be this for everyone, but I teared up on the way home. He was my miracle. The fact is I can have this proceedure again and again and if I had the regular surgery, I would be at the end of my rope if it returned, and it usually does. My total cost, 1520 dollars, versus 20 thousand and months off of work. If Dr. Kline was a painter, he would be considered an artist. Why is there any debate over which proceedure to choose? For your convnience: info@dupuytrenscenter.com This is not an ad, but a sincere letter to those making a decision..NA works and this is a great doctor. Physically he restored both hands. Mentally, he restored my life. Anyone at this crossroads is welcome to write me and ask me more, but I think I said it all here. Incidently, I typed this email two days after the fact. go there!

09/20/06 02:49
Lori

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09/20/06 02:49
Lori

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NA procedure

William Bourland in Memphis, TN
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Bill Bourland bourland@orthomemphis.com



Lori

09/20/06 02:33
Ed Waldron

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09/20/06 02:33
Ed Waldron

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Dr. Kline

I went to Ontario, OR in August 2006 to get the N/A treatment for Dupuytren's Contracture after I rejected my HMO's suggestion that I wait for it to get so bad that I needed an invasive and ineffective surgery that would require months of P/T.
The Dupuytens Center in Ontario, OR by way of Boise, ID was very helpful while I was making arrangements (even after I had to cancel on Aug 10th because of airport security problems). The procedure went well & quickly; not too much pain or discomfort. I have not had any problems with infection, and have not had to take any pain medicine - I do keep my hand covered if travelling in airports, but outside of that all is well. 3 weeks afrer the procedure I do have some mild discomfort with some hand movements (reaching down mostly), but otherwise it has been a great experience for me. PLUS I CAN PLAY GUITAR/MANDOLIN AGAIN!!!!
Dr. Kline is providing a great service to those of us that have this strange problem, and I have to thank him and his great staff for helping me with this problem, and providing a solution. Please feel free to contact me about this treatment that I received and paid for (plus airfair and shuttle to and from)
ed waldron (206) 324-1042

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