??s over Surgeon in Bristol UK

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??s over Surgeon in Bristol UK

Postby Rosemary » Sat Nov 25, 2017 5:45 pm

Recommend anyone in UK thinking of pudendal surgery to read the BBC Papers review website for today. There is an article in the Guardian re concerns about a Bristol surgeon and pelvic surgery. It mainly covers rectal surgery but this surgeon has also done pudendal surgery.

https://www.theguardian.com/society/201 ... hony-dixon

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Re: ??s over Surgeon in Bristol UK

Postby aussie » Fri Dec 22, 2017 9:00 am

Patients in the UK should be aware that Anthony Dixon that is the subject of 100’s of complaints from patients that have been needlessly offered surgery is a key member with Dr.Greenslade of the Bristol Pudendal surgery team.

The Bristol PN surgery team has been trained in France by Prof.Robert and they follow the Nantes protocol endorsed by this forum.
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Re: ??s over Surgeon in Bristol UK

Postby mod3 » Fri Dec 22, 2017 8:17 pm

Aussie, no form of treatment and no physicians are endorsed by this forum or by Health Organization for Pudendal Education. Please see the first sentence at the top of the list of doctors. http://www.pudendalhope.info/node/57

You can look Anthony Dixon up in the UK List of Registered Medical Practitioners for the UK. https://www.gmc-uk.org/doctors/register/LRMP.asp There are several Anthony Dixons listed and I don't know which one it is. Maybe you can research that for other patients reading this thread, Aussie. If a physician has disciplinary actions by the Medical Board listed against them, we can, as per our agreement with the US government (the IRS), choose not to list them. Otherwise, we list any board certified physician who wants to be listed. In order to be a 501c3 charitable organization we are required by the government to have a uniform policy on who we list and and we don't. We have to abide by that policy.

One of the purposes of this forum is for patients to post their stories and share information about their experiences. In the terms of use for the forum, patients agree to be truthful; however, I think we all know that not everyone is honest, unfortunately. I think most people who read this forum understand that it is a form of social media.

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