View Poll Results: How many people who have had the Huang Procedure in Beijing have improved?

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  • Improved substantially (major sensory and motor return)

    4 16.67%
  • Improved slightly (some sensory and motor)

    12 50.00%
  • Did not change very much or at all

    8 33.33%
  • Had a slight loss of function (lost some strength and sensation)

    0 0%
  • Had a substantial loss of function (had ascent of neurological level)

    0 0%
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Thread: Beijing - Wish to contact Dr. Huang? Please post here!

  1. #1
    Dr Huang,

    I would like to see if I might qualify for your procedure. Thank you.

    E-mail stew5758@aol.com

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    Senior Member glomae's Avatar
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    dr huaug my email address is glomae63@hotmail.com and thanks again for you time.

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    Hi Dr Huaug,
    I am also interested in your procedure and would like to know if I qualify. My email address is mfmtrdr@aol.com
    Thank you.

  4. #4
    Hello Dr Huaug,
    I am yet another person very interested in your procedure and would like to know if I qualify too. My email address is phillipc@global.co.za
    Regards,
    AO.

  5. #5
    HI DR. HUANG,
    I AM ALSO VERY INTERESTED IN YOUR PROCEDURE, CAN YOU PLEASE E-MAIL ME TO SEE IF I QUALIFY??
    MY E-MAIL IS david99@tds.net

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    Hello Dr Huang:
    I would like to get in contact with you to know more about it and see if my brother qualify for the procedure.
    please e mail me at lnandab@hotmail.com.
    thank you.

    NANDA

  7. #7
    Dr. Huang,

    PLEASE PUT ME ON YOUR LIST OF POTENTIAL CANDIDATES FOR THE PROCEDURE


    I read a post by Dr. Young stating the following requirements:

    injured time is over half years,longer is not limited;
    there is no any compression at injured site;
    age is not limited;
    segment(C1 to L1) is not limited;
    if the injured is incomplete, the state of neurological function should be stable for at least half year.
    But spinal cord should not be broken anatomically on MRI.

    According to these requirements, I do qualify. But since I have children in school, I could not move to China for an extended period of time. Would it be possible to do the follow up rehab in the United States?

    My e-mail is: edwards@inreach.com

    Warmest regards, Jan

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    Senior Member glomae's Avatar
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    dr huang thanks for you email and you quick response i am so amazed that you find the time to come to this site and post and also answer personal emails it shows your level of compassion. GOD bless you! i'm sendin my MRI by mail as of 9-9-03 thanks again glomae

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    G'day Dr Huang,

    Please could you add me to your mailout list. I'm very interested in coming to Beijing for your proceedure and need to know what I need to send you in terms of scans/injury details etc.

    email: duncan@mighty.com.au

    Many thanks, and bless you for the hope you are giving to so many.

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    Dr. Haung, Please add Cody Bader to your list. My email is judykerp@yaho.com. Cody is 21, T9 injury,2000,complete?? and in very good condition, going to SCI/Step for 3 months of rehab. Thank you so much

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