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But as I dug further it was clear that you were trying to convey as much information as possible in as clear a fashion as possible. I consulted with a good friend, Dr Jeffrey Kelman, the Chief Medical Doctor for Medicare, and he encouraged me to visit you. My wife, Jane and I, enjoyed a great dinner just hours after the operation, and the recovery is going just as you described. I have a hormone producing tumor and it is ruining my life (and slowly killing me it turns out).
There is nobody better and it is clear why so many people from all over the world come to see you. Knowing that I had to "get the tumor out of my neck that was killing me" (taken from the music video which is AMAZING! I'm a doctor and know that not all doctors are trustworthy or talented. However, the dozens of testimonials online (this page) seemed a little hard to believe.
These are great surgeons in their own right, but nobody can do what Dr Norman and his partners can. As an Emergency Physician I have shared with many my colleagues and told them my experience and have been able to educate lots of people about hyperparathyroidism and feel I know a lot about this now --when even as a physician, I was very ignorant at one time. When my husband and I arrived at the hospital in Tampa, there were patients there from all over the world who were anticipating their surgeries. Norman's reputation goes far beyond Florida - far beyond the United States. It was just as described on your remarkable website.
His insight and knowledge of this disease far exceeds that of all other doctors. Editor's note: We have now performed over 33,000 parathyroid operations and perform 15-16 per day. I read every detail on your website, and it seemed too good to believe. When I found out that my calcium was high I started learning about hyperparathyroidism and was amazed at what I learned.
My first reaction, due to my cautiousness and skepticism was to question whether the site was more of an infomercial. It is obvious to me now now that this is why I'm tired all the time and feel like life is passing me by.
I was his 18,285th parathyroid operation (editor's note--within a dozen or so). His (and his teams') operative skills are un-matched. I have checked more than once, and it is amazing the changes. Another interesting change is very noticeable is my need for food every 1 1/2 to 2 hours for hypoglycemia and mood issues... I'm terribly "hung up" about cosmetics and appearances; I was worried that I wouldn't be able to deal with having a scar. That made little sense to me, based on your explanation on your website, and just common sense.
I did my research, there is nobody in PA that has done 125 of these operations. Read the rest of these stories and see why everybody who can get to Tampa---does. Well, my surgery was in the middle of October and for months now, I haven't been able to find the scar. For the first time, I realized that I needed to take responsibility for my own healthcare decisions and not blindly follow another’s recommendations. Physician (Internal Medicine) I'm writing this in August, 2014 and asked Jim to put this online immediately so others can benefit from my experience.