Met Dr. Daoust for the first time yesterday. I was impressed by her immediate knowledge of my problem. She took her time talking to me and asking questions and allowing me time to ask my own. She even took time to explain what a “Trigger Finger” is and how it comes about. As for the PTT dysfunction, the reason for the visit, the cause and possible remedy were discussed to my satisfaction. As a brace was suggested, one was produced, fitted along with good instructions, and the best part, in the little time I have had it, my foot and ankle feel better. Thank you. I hope I haven jinxed things by reporting favorable results in less than 24 hours.
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