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Old 06-09-2008, 11:05 PM
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Default Need Help Finding a Patient Outcome Case for Dr. Bertagnoli

My Doctor called today and wants to move my appointment up to this Wednesday.

That's good news.

The bad news is I have been looking all over trying to find the Case Study/Patient Report of one of Dr. Bertagnoli's patients to show him.

The patient was Female and From Australia. And her surgery was only a year or two ago if I recall.

She was a mom, and her balance was so bad she couldn't hardly walk. Thats what I can remember.

After her visit to Germany and her Cervical Surgery her balance returned!

I don't know if my case parallels hers but I'd like to reread the report again.

I can't seem to find anything today. I believe the report was posted here along with some other reports like the Guy who plays the flute from San Diego.

Can anyone steer me in the right direction?
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Old 06-09-2008, 11:11 PM
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Both cases are on the GPN story page.

Bradley's 6-level cervical surgery.

Lorna's amazing ordeal with Maverick explantation w/revision to fusion, more lumbar to insert coflex and further decompress, then cervical surgery that everyone else said she didn't need. Complete with video!.

If these stories interest you, you should read JackH's story too.

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