(Feb-12-05) DR. NATH'S E-NEWSLETTER Winter - 2005
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(Jan-11-05) BRACHIAL PLEXUS INJURY MANAGEMENT
The course is a comprehensive overview of brachial plexus injury management based on over 3,500 patients and eight years of experience. Dr. Nath will present the latest information on diagnosis and evaluation for surgical intervention, including entry and exclusion criteria...
(June-21-04) Dr. Nath Announcement
As of July 1, 2004, I will no longer be associated with the Brachial Plexus Clinic at Texas Children's Hospital...
(May-11-04) Houston's Dr. Rahul Nath Introduces Patented Surgical System for Repairing and Grafting Severed Nerves
Technical Advance Allows For More Precise Nerve Repair
Houston - May 11, 2004) - Dr. Rahul Nath, a reconstructive microsurgeon at the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas, has been granted a United States patent for a surgical system for repairing and grafting severed nerves (U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 09/989,963) that will allow for more precise repair for patients affected by nerve damage...
(April-29-04) Houston Doctor Helps Swimming Record-Holder
Eugene Botes Qualify for 2004 Summer Olympic Games
After not being able to raise his right arm above his head in December 2003, Eugene Botes, the South African swimmer who holds the national record for the butterfly stroke, finished third place in the 100-meter butterfly finals during the South African Swimming Team Olympic Trials on April 19, 2004, qualifying for the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens...
(March-3-04) South African National Swimming Record-Holder Eugene Botes Treated by Houston Doctor; Able to Resume Training for April Olympic Trials
Eugene Botes, the South African swimmer who holds the national record for the butterfly stroke, has had winging scapula surgery performed by Dr. Rahul Nath and will be able to continue training for the Olympic trials in April...
(Jan-12-04) Practice, Practice
You've got a lot to think about when you're facing a high-risk operation, not the least being how to pick the right surgeon for the job. There's more to look at than a pleasant demeanor and an Ivy League med school...
Brachial Plexus Injury Symposium