Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

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Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby bonnetdedouche » Mon Oct 10, 2011 2:10 pm

Hi All,
Anybody knows of a good Orthopedic Surgeon in Phnom Penh ?
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Re: Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby cambod » Mon Oct 10, 2011 4:14 pm

bonnetdedouche wrote:Hi All,
Anybody knows of a good Orthopedic Surgeon in Phnom Penh ?
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If there is one IN phnom penh, they are probably only here for a 2-week holiday, lol...
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Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby Khmeria » Mon Oct 10, 2011 4:46 pm

You should probably go to Bangkok, KL or Singapore.
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Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby Playboy » Mon Oct 10, 2011 6:23 pm

For anything more than a band-aid, get the hell out of here.

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Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby Scully » Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:54 pm

Absolutely forget about it and go to Bangkok or Singapore.
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Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby waqar29 » Thu Nov 24, 2011 12:29 pm

I am also looking for a orthopedic surgeon in singapore for tennis elbow treatment.. would be great if anyone gives specific suggestion about it.
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Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby cambod » Thu Nov 24, 2011 12:56 pm

I think I have a problem with my rotary cuff in my shoulder. Where should I go?
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Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby horace » Thu Nov 24, 2011 1:31 pm

cambod wrote:I think I have a problem with my rotary cuff in my shoulder. Where should I go?


Ice and heat packs with 90mg of Etoricoxib then visit either the Danish physio in BKK 1 or the Khmer one at Naga clinic both are very good. You could go to Royal Ratanack and they will tell you the same and charge you over 50 bucks for the experience.
Very few people here know more about chronic and acute joint pains than me. If it is rotar cuff be ready for years of on and off pain unless you get quick treatment.
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Re: Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby cambod » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:01 pm

horace wrote:
cambod wrote:I think I have a problem with my rotary cuff in my shoulder. Where should I go?


Ice and heat packs with 90mg of Etoricoxib then visit either the Danish physio in BKK 1 or the Khmer one at Naga clinic both are very good. You could go to Royal Ratanack and they will tell you the same and charge you over 50 bucks for the experience.
Very few people here know more about chronic and acute joint pains than me. If it is rotar cuff be ready for years of on and off pain unless you get quick treatment.


Mine has been off and on for almost a decade. Chronic, but not acute..yet..... My mother had to actually have surgery to fix hers... That was in the States and cost thousands of $$$$$ ;-(
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Re: Re: Orthopedic Surgeons in PP?

Postby horace » Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:42 pm

cambod wrote:
horace wrote:
cambod wrote:I think I have a problem with my rotary cuff in my shoulder. Where should I go?


Ice and heat packs with 90mg of Etoricoxib then visit either the Danish physio in BKK 1 or the Khmer one at Naga clinic both are very good. You could go to Royal Ratanack and they will tell you the same and charge you over 50 bucks for the experience.
Very few people here know more about chronic and acute joint pains than me. If it is rotar cuff be ready for years of on and off pain unless you get quick treatment.


Mine has been off and on for almost a decade. Chronic, but not acute..yet..... My mother had to actually have surgery to fix hers... That was in the States and cost thousands of $$$$$ ;-(


Get that drug then it works wonders and physio
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