Should I Have Surgery? – Ying H. Chen, D.O., F.A.C.O.S.

Transcript:

Traditionally, we always thought that you don’t want to go see a surgeon and you don’t want to be cut open. But now I think there’s much more that we can offer. 

The patient doesn’t have to go through a big operation in order to fix their problems. And so now we actually encourage patients to come see their surgeons as soon as possible. 

If they fix it early, then patients usually have a better outcome.

 

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