RE I NEED HELP TO CONTACT DR.DAVID.C.SPERLING FOR PROCEDURE

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RE I NEED HELP TO CONTACT DR.DAVID.C.SPERLING FOR PROCEDURE

Postby seeva » Wed May 04, 2011 2:28 am

hello members my name is seeva and i received a message from one of member shydee5. who had the procedure at NEWYORK columbia presbyterian hospital by DR.david.c. sperling and her walking and balance was improved.
i have send few messages to shydee5 asking the dr. contact details. no reply so far the telphone no. of dr.sperlink no answer i would appreciated if any can let me know this dr's or the hospital contact details to me.
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seeva :oops:
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Postby cheerleader » Wed May 04, 2011 7:50 am

David Sperling is part of Columbia Endovascular Associates and is under the Hubbard Foundation IRB. Here is his info, Seeva:

link to Dr. Sperling's info

-but I want to advise you to stay close to home, and perhaps New York is too far a distance, Seeva. CCSVI Alliance is advising patients to work with local doctors, not to travel for treatment, and to participate in trials, whenever possible. This is because you need an ongoing relationship with your IR...just as if you were under the care of a cardiologist. Angioplasty is often not a one time treatment, and follow-up care is essential.

For more info go to www.ccsvi.org


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Postby drsclafani » Wed May 04, 2011 7:19 pm

cheerleader wrote:David Sperling is part of Columbia Endovascular Associates and is under the Hubbard Foundation IRB. Here is his info, Seeva:

link to Dr. Sperling's info

-but I want to advise you to stay close to home, and perhaps New York is too far a distance, Seeva. CCSVI Alliance is advising patients to work with local doctors, not to travel for treatment, and to participate in trials, whenever possible. This is because you need an ongoing relationship with your IR...just as if you were under the care of a cardiologist. Angioplasty is often not a one time treatment, and follow-up care is essential.

For more info go to www.ccsvi.org


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things seem pretty illegal in australia at this time
possibly private quiet for fee treatments, none of well known docs are still treating and are apparently under siege from what i gather.
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