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Thanks, Dr. Nath
Author: Rahul Nath
Hello Dr. Nath, My husband and I are so thrilled with the results from my surgery last week. We''re still in shock that I can actually use my arm/shoulder to complete everyday activities, like blowing drying my hair, without repositioning my body to compensate for the winging scapula. I truly appreciate everything that you''ve done for me.
8-Dec-04 11:00 AM Click to read:   Thanks, Dr. Nath

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National Swimming Record-Holder Eugene Botes Treated by Houston Doctor and Able to Resume Training for April Olympic Trials
Author: Rahul Nath, MD
(Houston - March 1, 2004) - Eugene Botes, the South African swimmer who holds the national record for the butterfly stroke, has had winging scapula surgery performed by Dr. Rahul Nath and will be able to continue training for the Olympic trials in April.
1-Mar-04 2:00 PM Click to read:   National Swimming Record-Holder...

Category: Special Article  Subcategory: Winging Scapula
Practice, Practice: Experienced surgeons do a better job. Check on yours before your operation
( Friday, Dec. 05, 2003)- You've got a lot to think about when you're facing a high-risk operation, not the least being how to pick the right surgeon for the job. There's more to look at than a pleasant demeanor and an Ivy League med school.
5-Dec.-03 12:00 PM Click to read:   Practice, Practice

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