I would like to ask your advise regarding writting a letter to my sureon regarding all the issues I had after the surgury and my amazment in his inabillity to help me or even take me serious. Did not what to do anything and beind the sergeon you think he would want to get to the root of the problem for future reference or just curiosity. I could not believe that there was no support after it was all done. My issue is he is part of a group of surgoens that work together here and really some of the best do work with him. Not sure I should write and voice my opinion in case I may need their survices in the future. Another doc of course. and believe me I have alot to say. thanks guys for your input
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