newlywed4ever wrote:Hopeful2 - thanks so much for sharing about Brooklyn! I do appreciate knowing as much as possible prior to going (am just a bit of a control freak!). I'll stay away from Thai Sky and probably frequent Brooklyn Bread often And your suggestion of preparing meals beforehand for the first few days after I return home is something I hadn't thought about.
I wish you continued healing - keep us posted. I had improvements from angio #1 that I'd like to get back. And I can't wait to meet Dr Sclafani & Holly!
American Access Care physicians have performed over 200 procedures to date in centers in California, Atlanta and New York. Effective January 1, 2011, Dr. Sal Sclafani will be leading AAC’s CCSVI initiative. Dr. Sclafani, in close collaboration with national AAC colleagues, is committed to maintaining a high standard of care, incorporating the latest techniques and compiling a national database to benefit patients.
HollyBarr wrote: Don't believe there's currently any substantial wait (few months, tops) ...........
strongshoulder wrote:HollyBarr wrote: Don't believe there's currently any substantial wait (few months, tops) ...........
Ahhh. Sad but true. We've now waited over a year (my wife's choice to hold out until Dr. Sclafani returned) and I've watched her decline noticeably during this time. A few more months? We'd be hard pressed to call it insubstantial. However, I will continue to honor her decision.
Will the patients feel comfortable posting their outcomes on this forum? I haven't seen much but then I'm new here and still getting the feel for it. Can anyone tell me if there's a different site where patients are reporting their outcomes?
Oceanlu wrote:How long does it take to hear about doppler results from AAC Brooklyn?
Thanks in advance for a reply.
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