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Old 03-30-2011, 08:22 AM #1
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We need to find a good neurosurgeon in the south east area of the United States. Does anyone have suggestions as how to find a neurosurgeon? My husband has a herniated disc in the C6-7 area that is pressing on his spinal cord.
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Heart Hello Carolyn!

Welcome to NT!

I just wanted to send you a HUG
I hope you can find the right neurosurgeon for your husband. I'm sorry that he is faced with this.

Here is the Spinal Forum, it may be a good place to post this question
for starters.....
http://neurotalk.psychcentral.com/fo...aysprune=&f=22

Perhaps there are others there who can give some good insight to help you.

I wish you and your husband the best!
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