Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Still Kicking

Well, it's been nearly two months since my last entry. I thought I'd better create a posting so you all would know I am still alive and kicking. I am doing very well. I can't remember the last incident of angina pain so I guess the EECP keeps working well after the therapy is over.

I am in the process of preparing to relocate to Sedona, Arizona and hope to have made the move by the end of June at the latest. I will keep you posted on the reason I have moved more than halfway across the country once I get settled in. Those who know me will be in for quite a surprise, I am sure.

Also, look for a change in the subject matter of this blog come the summertime. I started it in 2004 as an effort to alert unsuspecting patients to the unscrupulous practice of putting greed before the patient's welfare. I still believe way too many CABGs are performed in the United States but my life has taken a huge turn that has prompted me to choose one cause over the other. I will still rant about cardiologists who coerce their patient's families into getting unnecessary and expensive surgery. The medical terrorists, as Dr. Howard Wayne referred to them, will get know peace from this quarter.

Take care for now and remember always get a second opinion before allowing them to cut.


Anonymous said...

For Jeff...Re:Dr Howard Wayne

I am having a heck of a time figuring out this Wordworks2001 system so I will just post this anonymous.

Jeff, I was also a client of Dr Wayne's and would like to make contact with you. You can email me at .

I have enjoyed your posts and agree wholeheartedly in Dr Wayne's positions on cardiology. I was two days from the knife at Providence Hospital when I found Dr Wayne and the Noninvasive Heart Clinic. That was July 2002, almost six years ago.

Thank you.

Jim in Alaska

Jeff said...


I just read your comment on my blog. You can reach me at the email address below. My experience with Dr. Wayne only dates back to 2004, so it was encouraging to read he started treating you two years before he began taking care of me.

I tried to send you an email but the address in your comment did not work.