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05/08/2008 15:30
Linda B

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05/08/2008 15:30
Linda B

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Re: NA success rate

Hi People

I thought I had registered many years ago..but, I quess not....I had the N.A. rocedure done on both hands in 2004 in Jupiter, Florida by Dr. Eaton....My pinkie went from 90% bent to 30%..
It is time to have it redone.....
I would never in my wildest dreams consider the traditional surgery..IT DOES NOT WORK.....
You can repeat the N.A. PROCEDURE MANY TIMES..Do not let ant doctor talk you into traditional surgery..
I am considering going to Kline in Idaho because he is closer..or maybe L.A.
MY HEART AND SOUL THOUGH BELONG TO DR. EATON..H is a great man and doctor....

Anyone here been to Kline???
Good Luck to all.........

05/08/2008 17:57
callie 
05/08/2008 17:57
callie 
Re: NA success rate

Linda B,
Why would you say, "the traditional surgery..IT DOES NOT WORK.....". That is simply not true. I had a fasciectomy 6 1/2 years ago on the little finger (90 degrees). The finger is the same as before Dupuytren's. Scar tissue is not visible beyond close examination and no loss of strength.

What do you consider "working"? Is repeated NA procedures "working"? I would agree that Dupuytren's is never cured.

05/08/2008 18:07
callie 
05/08/2008 18:07
callie 
Re: NA success rate

Linda B,
Dr. Eaton recommends surgery in many situations and says on his website, "Most people who have had surgery for Dupuytren's feel that they made the right choice to have surgery."

05/08/2008 21:31
jwilly 
05/08/2008 21:31
jwilly 
Re: NA success rate

Hi Linda,

I went to Dr Kline last Oct, he's a really nice guy and did a good job on my hand I wouldn't hesitate to go back. Here's a link to a YouTube video showing Dr Kline working on a patient.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPjTxU7Rorg

John

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