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You asked for it! You got it! Another Paris trained surgeon !
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10/13/04 02:07
Totally objective

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10/13/04 02:07
Totally objective

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Discussion getting a bit boring

Yes, that's it, boring....
All this advertizing of one or another doctor .....
I ( being european ) have no interest in any of the mentioned us doctors.
Having said all that :
Frances, where do you think dr Lermusiaux got his training ???

As far as I can see, the most important thing is a thorough knowledge of hand anatomy.

10/13/04 02:01
barb u

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10/13/04 02:01
barb u

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clarification on Paris-trained Dr. Eaton

If it is important to anyone...I happen to know that Dr. Eaton has been to Paris twice for the purpose of NA business. This is dedication if you ask me!

10/13/04 02:04
Totally objective

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10/13/04 02:04
Totally objective

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Paris

Yes,
Maybe that is what he told his wife :D

Why don't we stop this discussion ???

10/13/04 02:37
Frances

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10/13/04 02:37
Frances

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Nicknames

Oh gosh...agreeing with yourself under multiple nicknames isn't fooling anyone.

Frances




10/13/04 02:23
Tom M

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10/13/04 02:23
Tom M

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Thanks

Thank you, Chad, for the thoughtful comment.

10/14/04 02:18
Frances

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10/14/04 02:18
Frances

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Thank you

Randy my good man,

Thank you for the elegant explanation of why it is important to be a trained NA practitioner.

Frances

10/29/04 02:20
barb u

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10/29/04 02:20
barb u

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think about this

I have been reading about Paris training verses US training etc. Here is something to consider.
At least here in Florida, close to the elections, the television ads are loaded with local doctors claiming they have had to give up their practices and or modify the type of care they render...example: OBGYN docs no longer deliver babies....ALL DUE TO THE HIGH COST OF MALPRACTICE/
LIABILIY costs/premiums. I suspect that it must be tough enough to try to minimize your exposure as a practicing surgeon...nevermind taking on huge potential exposure by teaching. This could very well be a stumbling block for a teaching agenda.
Also, when I saw my rhumatologist, I told him about my surgery and Dr. Eaton and the Eaton Paris Procedure,,trained by rhuematologists in Paris. I asked if that would be something we were apt to see more of in the USA.. non hand surgeons doing this procedure.and he said no as that is not in their purvue per the US guidelines. It makes sense as I heard Dr. Eaton say on a local television show which interviewed him....the hand is a "landmine". I suspect hand surgeons may have the monopoly on this NA for these reasons.

Lastly, a point to consider...doctors need their hands..surgeons even more so...to make their livings.
If, they themselves ever needed help...and knew it was available..and here in the US....they may pay more attention
and generate more interst! They also may start sending patients..seing the success, send more ..then it snowballs!

10/29/04 02:19
Frances

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10/29/04 02:19
Frances

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Give me a break

Any doctor can go and get trained then be earning the same amount of money. The only thing that Eaton has a monopoly on is.....drum roll....openmindedness and intelligence.

What makes me nuts are the pointy headed bureaucratic closed-minded doctors who still put down NA even after having seen the results in person.

Our surgen looked down at one set of beautifully straight hands and said, 'Humph, that didn't help you any...the disease is till in there.'

???!!!!!

About a hundered different sarcastic replies went through my head, but what's the point? The man's brain is dead to anything he doesn't think up himself....and always be. My only joy is that he will not be earning the million/year because of it. :-)

So, I personally don't like seeing hits against Eaton because he is the first to have the guts to actually go and have a look.

Frances

10/29/04 02:50
TerryB

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10/29/04 02:50
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Can hand surgery bring on DP symptoms?

Maybe Gerry's hand can be treated in 20 minutes. Mine took over 2 hours (thanks to waiting so long to have it done because I was never aware of a non-invasive alternative to filleting of the hand). I have dealt with lots of physicians in my life, and can honestly say I have never been treated by one in which I had more confidence than Dr. Eaton. He thoroughly explained DC, told me what was going to happen, and stepped me through every phase to minimize surprise or confusion. Worth every penny, although I would be a lot happier if my own HMO covered it.

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