Re: WC & Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

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Posted by L.M. on March 19, 2000 at 16:10:07:

In Reply to: WC & Thoracic Outlet Syndrome posted by M.L. on June 20, 1999 at 02:37:28:

I know how you feel about w/c draging it out. I have been dealing with them for 6 years. I have had doctors lie to me about what is wrong and say I had to live with the pain. I finally got two doctor to agree on the thoracic outlet. One on my side and one on theirs, but they still need another doctor to look at me. Last time I saw him was for the three herniated discs I've got from the injury and the doctor popping my neck. He said then that he could not say if it was work related. I would hang in there and keep fighting it. Best to find a doctor who knows what Thoracic outlet is. There is a doctor by the name of Sanders in Denver Colorado who specializes in Thoracic outlet. He will call you and answer any question you have. I,m In Colorado if you would like to get his toll free number e-mail me and I'll send it to you.

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