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... had SED by Dr. Anthony Yeung in Phoenix. Bedside manner? ... (11 replies)
... My experience with Dr. Anthony Yeung was a disaster. ... (11 replies)
... Can you give us an update on how you are doing now and what your overall satisfaction is pertaining to the efficacy of Dr. Anthony Yeung's treatment? ... (1 replies)

... I had a YESS done. Yes, a YESS. This stands for Yeung Endoscopic Spine Surgery. More specifically called a SED, or Selective Endoscopic Diskectomy. You can rad about the surgery at sciatica dot com. ... (1 replies)
... No, I did not. But, my spine surgeon from Europe is educated by Dr. Yeung. Also, I've read several scientific articles published by Dr. Yeung. He is really modern and qualified spine surgeon, especially with his Selective Endoscopic Discectomy method by his YESS (Yeung Endoscopic Spine System). He is real minimally-invasive spine surgery leader. (11 replies)
... I'm from Phx as well and had a SED surgery but not by Dr. Yeung do to conflicting reports on his bedside manner and surgery outcomes. I actually had it from Dr. Steingart and it was a complete success. ... (11 replies)
... I have just been referred to Dr. Yeung from my pain management Dr. I see some old posts concerning their experience. ... (11 replies)
... Dr. Yeung and his young team are world't TOP when we are talking about endoscopic minimally-invasive spine surgery. (11 replies)
... Did Dr. Yeung Sr. or Jr. perform your surgery? ... (11 replies)
... Hi there. I saw Dr. Yeung in July 2007 for a Selective Endoscopic Discectomy. ... (11 replies)
... It is spread widely in last 20 years, introduced in early 90ties by Parviz Kambin. Dr. Anthony Yeung made an evolution of Kambin's method and discovered SED. ... (3 replies)
... Did you have surgery with him? If so, what kind? (11 replies)
... I used the son for two cervical surgeries (2006 and 2008) and was happy with the outcome. When I returned in 2009 for lumbar problems I was somewhat brushed off. I have found a new orthopedic spine surgeon on the west side (surprisingly) that seems to listen far better. I'm having a L3-S1 fusion 2/3/10 (11 replies)
... how are you now? (11 replies)
... Just returned from my visit with his son. I am scheduled to have TLIF surgery on the 9th. (11 replies)
... the herniation or bulge such back in and relieve pressure on the nerves. They can also "clean out" any annular tears. The guy who kind of pioneered this is Dr. Anthony Yeung in Phoenix. ... (1 replies)
... This novel approach was developed by Dr. Anthony Yeung, who is in Arizona. As far as I know, he may be the only doccurrently doing this and is certainly the most experienced. ... (5 replies)
... She was going to use Dr Anthony Yeung in Phoenix, Arizona. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for your replies! Kenneth: I would actually love some advice. I am still trying to get Aeyna to cover my nucleoplasty. They declined my pre-authorization based on the statement that I am supposed to be "a candidate for open laminectomy" to be covered for nucleoplasty. That doesn't make sense to me since laminectomy is to treat non-discogenic pain, isn't it? ... (12 replies)
... Mokita: My diskogram with CT scan showed annular tears at L4-L5 and complete rupture of the disk at L5-S1, with surprisingly concordant pain at L4-L5 and non-concordant pain at L5-S1. I considered IDET for a while, but ruled that out after doing a ton of reading about long recovery times and inconclusive clinical studies. Plus, my regular doctor, recommended against... (16 replies)

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