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    Maverik is offline Junior Member
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    Bradley,

    Then you have your answer.
    Go to the Sanders Clinic!
    You've been dealing with this for years and it bothers you enough to repeatedly post about it on the forum.

    Take a flight or two to Houston and get the diagnosis you want.
    I highly doubt anyone on the forum has a better recommendation for an "extremely patient" alignment specialist.

    Figure out a way to afford the time and money to get to the clinic and then update us on the verdict.
    Surely your sanity and health are worth the effort and $.

    Good luck and safe travels

    Matt

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    Bradley is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverik View Post
    Bradley,

    Then you have your answer.
    Go to the Sanders Clinic!
    You've been dealing with this for years and it bothers you enough to repeatedly post about it on the forum.

    Take a flight or two to Houston and get the diagnosis you want.
    I highly doubt anyone on the forum has a better recommendation for an "extremely patient" alignment specialist.

    Figure out a way to afford the time and money to get to the clinic and then update us on the verdict.
    Surely your sanity and health are worth the effort and $.

    Good luck and safe travels

    Matt
    There just has to be someone closer. I'm within 200 miles of 1/8 of the entire population of the country, plus millions more in Canada, and 3 hours from the most important city in the entire western hemisphere. It doesn't seem possible there isn't a similar place in NYC. My mind is boggled.

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    Bradley,

    You have a Clinic to go to where you know they will listen and have experience dealing with the hypothesized issue.

    Instead you'd rather waste time waiting for someone on the forum to chime in and provide the name of the exact Dr. you need for an extremely rare and difficult to diagnose problem?
    Any suggestions provided by forum members would be a guess and could potentially waste more of your time and money.
    But if you go to the Sanders Clinic, you believe you know what you're getting?
    Seems like a no brainer.

    3hrs in a car each way to NY or 3hrs in a plane to TX.
    If it's important you'll get it done.

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverik View Post
    Bradley,

    You have a Clinic to go to where you know they will listen and have experience dealing with the hypothesized issue.

    Instead you'd rather waste time waiting for someone on the forum to chime in and provide the name of the exact Dr. you need for an extremely rare and difficult to diagnose problem?
    Any suggestions provided by forum members would be a guess and could potentially waste more of your time and money.
    But if you go to the Sanders Clinic, you believe you know what you're getting?
    Seems like a no brainer.

    3hrs in a car each way to NY or 3hrs in a plane to TX.
    If it's important you'll get it done.

    Matt
    Oh I'll do it eventually if I can't find anyone else to visit. I'm just hoping to avoid burning 2 vacation days and $1000 by finding something closer. Doesn't seem unreasonable to seek out something more local and to ask online for help finding a person who treats a specific condition.

    I don't know how rare it is. But Dr. Sanders had to learn from someone, who had to learn from someone else, and so on.

    Regardless, I think I've figured out a better method of searching.

    On the Sanders Clinic webpage it listed 4 kinds of deformities:


    • Internal Tibial Torsion (ITT)
    • External Tibial Torsion (ETT)
    • Internal Femoral Torsion (IFT)
    • External Femoral Torsion (EFT)


    Maybe the best thing is to call up as many offices as I can find reasonably close and ask if they diagnose such problems.
    Last edited by Bradley; 07-19-2014 at 05:26 PM.

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