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Title says it all! I’m going to be self pay, and need a doctor who understands nissen fundoplications. A lot of doctors don’t feel comfortable!! I live in the north east, but willing to travel. Unfortunately, Mexico isn’t an option.

Thanks

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7 hours ago, 12345shs16 said:

Title says it all! I’m going to be self pay, and need a doctor who understands nissen fundoplications. A lot of doctors don’t feel comfortable!! I live in the north east, but willing to travel. Unfortunately, Mexico isn’t an option.

Thanks

Where are you located?

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The best that I can think of would be Dr. Ara Keshisian out here in California, as he is one of the handful of docs that can do the complex RNY to DS revision, and he seems to be able to do other complicated procedures that others can't or won't do.

Closer to you, Drs. David Greenbaum in NJ and Mitchell Roslin in NYC are also well regarded for complex procedures and worth consulting.

Good Luck....

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15 hours ago, 12345shs16 said:

In in DC but willing to travel

My Dr. Here in Southern California is Dr. Michael Sedrak and he does A LOT of revisions he's in Corona at life back medical. Call him

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