Dr. Johns is one of the best endo doctors in the US. He participated in many studies to help those who suffer with this condition. He doesn't just scrape adhesions out. Dr. Johns uses exision to remove the endo as well as a layer of healthy tissue to ensure the endo doesn't return in that area. He could improve his care with a better bed-side manner though. He tends to be in a hurry, and I was too intimidated to ask a lot of questions or express concerns/fears because of this. I actually didn't go to the second post-op after my 2003 lap because during our first post-op he seemed to be put out with me because I didn't qualify for one of the studies he was trying to involve me in. Additionally, he does not take Blue Cross Blue Shield for the Texas Teachers Retirement System, which basically excludes any teacher in Texas who would want to use his service.
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