Interventional Radiologist offering MR Protocol in the U.K

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Interventional Radiologist offering MR Protocol in the U.K

Postby sunlounger » Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:26 am

Hi all,

Interventional Radiologist Dr Paul Crowe is now offering MRI’s privately for CCSVI at Spire Parkway Hospital in Birmingham.

He will be updating his website soon with more details.

http://www.drpaulcrowe.com/pages/ccsvi.aspx


Interventional Radiologist Dr Paul Crowe
Spire Parkway Hospital,1 Damson Parkway,Solihull,West Midlands,B91 2PP
Tel. 0121 - 424 0287 (secretary, direct line at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital)
E-mail paul.crowe@drpaulcrowe.com
www.drpaulcrowe.com
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Postby ClaireParry » Thu Feb 11, 2010 4:40 am

This is great news.

It'll be interesting to see what info he puts up.

Things are really moving!!

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Postby ngocky » Thu Feb 11, 2010 6:37 am

Sunlounger

Thats who we went to see last week. Dr Paul Crowe. At the time, he didnt want us to pass his details on. We are still awaiting his report. He told us that he's preparing a price plan for both MRIs and Dopplers. He is using Dr Zamboni and Dr Haacke's protocol. He is such a nice guy and really listened to us and not patronising like some neuros are.

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Postby sunlounger » Thu Feb 11, 2010 7:07 am

ngocky wrote:Sunlounger

Thats who we went to see last week. Dr Paul Crowe. At the time, he didnt want us to pass his details on. We are still awaiting his report. He told us that he's preparing a price plan for both MRIs and Dopplers. He is using Dr Zamboni and Dr Haacke's protocol. He is such a nice guy and really listened to us and not patronising like some neuros are.

N x


Hi ngocky,

I was given the go a head by Dr Crowe to pass on his detail's today.
Yes he is a really nice doctor :D
And is as you know very close to preparing pricing for MRI's and Doppler which should appear on his web site soon.
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Postby skincoll » Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:37 am

This is really excellent news for everyone in the UK!
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Postby Rokkit » Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:52 am

That sounds really good, guys. Do you know how he was able to gain the expertise needed for the doppler?
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Postby Vonna » Thu Feb 11, 2010 10:33 am

sunlounger,
I am on the lookout for this type of information, and you supplied it in perfect detail.

I have added the information you provided here:

http://ccsvivictory.club.officelive.com ... onnel.aspx

Please check it out and see if I entered the address part right, as I'm from the US.

People on this website have inspired me to get a comprehensive list of all willing or may be willing to prescribe testing, test, or treat CCSVI around the globe.

The database I have set up will sort these entries by location, so we can have information that is relevant to where we live, etc.

Also, we are working on posting a variety of sample letters that people can copy and paste to e-mail or print.

For the e-mail side, we are working on getting a sorted list together so that a person can send relevant messages to an entire group of medical personnel in a simple way. Of course, each medical person will not see that the message is being sent to the others.

For the paper mail part, we are working on lists of just addresses that a person can print out, maybe even print out address labels in a simple way.

We can also provide list(s) of names and numbers for those who are interested in making phone calls.

We are just getting started, but there is MUCH potential here. I have had a dozen offers to help in just the last few days, from all over the world. The more names we can get in the database, the more valualable it will be, and the more people will be anxious to add their own information.

Thanks for considering it!

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