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Contact with Dr. David Dejour in France

I need help. I have a problem with me knees/legs that has been posted about numerous times. Doctors and PT’s in this country are either unable and unwilling to help me. I was however referred to a doctor in France. I guess in Europe the have approach alignment issues from the bone side rather than soft tissue. I think this may be my salvation, but I don’t speak/read French and can’t find anyway to contact this guy or his office.

Anyone have any idea how to do this?

Or better, how to find a doctor and therapist in this country who will actually pay attention to what I say and take it seriously?

I jus did a search for your doctor. The second link is in English.
Often a french page can be translated.
Do you know if he wrote any book
French is my first language.

http://www.bing.com/search?q=Dr.%20David%20Dejour&pc=conduit&ptag=AD7B521642E7843ACA8F&form=CONBDF&conlogo=CT3210127

[quote]BHappy wrote:
I jus did a search for your doctor. The second link is in English.
Often a french page can be translated.
Do you know if he wrote any book
French is my first language.

http://www.bing.com/search?q=Dr.%20David%20Dejour&pc=conduit&ptag=AD7B521642E7843ACA8F&form=CONBDF&conlogo=CT3210127[/quote]

Turns out I had to set up my phone to allow foreign calls. Also, I really need consultation, because I don’t want to fly over there, and I don’t want to go through with a drastic surgery, and that’s what they do over there, drastic surgery. Cut the legs in half and re-attach. I got this way without acute injury, I can get back to normal without acute injury(surgery), in theory.