We are married! My thoracic outlet symptoms are gone. Wish you could have been at this party Dr Dellon. Your surgery worked great. Tx. BR
We are getting married! No problem raising both hands over head now after your brachial plexus surgery.
Tx Dr Dellon the Rs
Robin is smiling now as her previously paralyzed thumb and index finger now can make this perfect circle following Dr Dellon's neurolysis of the median nerve in her forearm.
Young man returns to work after Dr Eric Williams does an anterior scalenectomy and plexus neurolysis for thoracic out let syndrome
Dr Dellon operated on me 25 years ago. I had Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Now I can hold my hands over my head and do anything I want with my hands and arms. No more numbness or weakness in my hands; No more shoulder and neck pain. Thanks Dr Dellon, Karen B
Dear Doctor Dellon, Here is a photo of our son (Ignacio F. Chavez) who was a patient of yours. He had the partially paralyzed shoulder from playing football. He was able to play this year and made it thru with no additional injuries. We prayed God would give him just his senior year of playing football, and God, answered our prayers. We just want to thank you and your staff for the great hospitality and appreciate all the assistance you provided to us during his recovery. We also would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Patricia R. Chavez, (Ignacio's Mom)
Sierra Vista, Arizona
Michael Coleman, Belize, December 2006
Dear Dr Dellon,
It is 6 months since my last email to you. The nerve and tendon transfers you did for my paralyzed left arm, injured now two and a half years ago, continue to bring me increased left arm function. Here are two pictures from my most recent trip to Belize. Fish and Lobster catches with my spear gun. Thank you Doctor Dellon for helping me recover.
Michael & Tammy Coleman
Jeane Plourde, Tahoe, NV, June 27, 2006
Dr. D, Tx to you, I have NO pain since surgery. I never thought I would ever be able to say that. You not only brought hope back in my life, you gave me back my life. How can one give enough thanks for such a miraculous gift? Due to my previous brachial plexus surgery, where they removed a rib from my armpit, my neck and shoulder hurt, I had migraine headaches, my breast hurt, and my hand was weak and tingling. I could not lift my hand over my head. I will be done with detox in one month (suboxen). Please accept my heartfilled love and admiration for your God given talent and dedication.
Branchial Plexus Palsy Pre-op
Branchial Plexus Palsy Post-op
Mike and Tammi Coleman, Denver, Colorado May 2006
May 12th, 2004 (Two years ago) I was roping a cow off of my ATV (4 Wheeler) when the rope wrapped around my hand, arm and tire. It yanked me off and I was drug from behind the ATV. I sustained multiple injuries including a shattered left hip, frontal brain injury, a severe Brachial Plexsus injury of the left arm, compound fractures of two fingers, and a missing finger.
After a series of surgeries I have remarkable function considering the Neurologists in Colorado did not give me any hope of ever using my arm or hand again. I'm sending you photos of me scuba diving, kayaking and drinking a toast to you in Belize, Central America!
Thanks for everything!
The Cowboy and The Nurse
Brachial Plexus Palsy Pre-op
Brachial Plexus Palsy Post-op