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Old 02-18-2014, 03:17 PM #31
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FINALLY - someone who has seen this guy.... thank you Tos_gal!!
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I'm a former patient of Dr. Stoxen.


He is a chiropractor working on a probationary license with the illinois dept of financial and professional regulations. He has been disciplined several times. That is public record.
Google it. I put the link on but had to remove it since I'm a newbie here.
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James E Stoxen DC, 38005767, Chicago, IL

Action Discipline Start Date Discipline End Date Reason For Action

Probation 05/16/2008 Failure to file and/or pay Illinois state income taxes.

Reprimand 05/24/2006 Deceptive advertising.

Fine 05/24/2006 Deceptive advertising.

Fine 12/14/2000 Allegedly practicing on a non-renewed license. $2500 FINE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS

Reprimand 12/14/2000 Allegedly practicing on a non-renewed license. $2500 FINE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS

Probation 10/21/1996 10/20/1999 Allegedly inadequately maintained patient billing records and failed to document reasons for conducting certain tests. $3500 FINE PAYABLE IMMEDIATELY - PAID

Fine 10/11/1996 Allegedly inadequately maintained patient billing records and failed to document reasons for conducting certain tests. $3500 FINE PAYABLE IMMEDIATELY - PAID
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This is pretty nice. http://youtu.be/yJ-EdIffEow

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I had to revisit the thread I started in December of last year.

I was so desperate when I got my diagnosis and the pain was/still is so disabling.

The moral of the story is, find the right dr and get the right testing and find out if you have arterial or venous issues as these can not be fixed by any amount of PT, massage, acupuncture, anti-inflammatory diets, etc.

These types of treatments can actually make arterial TOS worse and you may be at risk of blood clots.

Best of luck to everyone!
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I actually just spoke to Dr.Stoxen on the phone for an hour last night. He talked for 56 minutes of that time. He barely asked me any questions but said he could knock my TOS out in 3-4 days for $1,500 per day.

The lack of questions made me nervous...he is about 60 years old and talking to me for an hour at 9pm at night....it just seemed strange.

If anyone else on here has had a positive experience from his treatment please respond.

If I decide not to give his treatment a try I need some direction on specialists or doctors I could go to...
I've had TOS symptoms for over 2 years now. I had a pec minor release last fall and it helped minimally. I'm still having issues and now I'm on my 5th different PT.

I've tried massage, acupuncture, cupping, dry needling and most recently a cervical epidural at C5/C6.

I live in the Minneapolis, MN area. SO if anyone has any recommendations I'm all ears at this point. I am really trying to avoid the first rib resection as I'm not sure it would really help.
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