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Thread: Dr. Lenke leaving St. Louis and going to Columbia Presbyterian NYC

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    Exclamation Dr. Lenke leaving St. Louis and going to Columbia Presbyterian NYC

    Hi all,

    Hope everyone is doing well. I got a letter this morning that Dr. Lenke's last day at Washington University will be 6/17/15. He will begin work in New York in August. Thought I would pass this info. along for people who are interested in seeing him in either location.

    Hope everyone is doing well! I am doing fine. Three years post-op and my major complaint is weight gain, which I don't think I can really blame on the surgery. :-)

    Cheers,
    Evelyn
    age 44
    80* thoracolumbar; 40* thoracic
    Reduced to ~16* thoracolumbar; ~0* thoracic
    Surgery 3/14/12 with Dr. Lenke, T4 to S1 with pelvic fixation
    Not "confused" anymore, but don't know how to change my username.

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    There is another thread with a little more info if you're interested.

    http://www.scoliosis.org/forum/showt...ighlight=lenke
    Last edited by LindaRacine; 03-16-2015 at 02:08 PM.
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