Montenari

In one's life, we cross paths with an individual for many reasons. We exchange salutations, greetings, and in some cases, a statement of gratitude for some extra gesture of human touch.

As, once upon a time, the AT and T logo was "Reach out and touch someone and make a difference," in your case, it was not a telephone call, a telephone message, but rather, it was your "Reaching out and touch someone, like me, and medically, you made the Big Difference."

For the past year, I have battled a huge medical debacle; it was a matter of a "physical disability," and you have touched me with your medical knowledge and in the true oath of the medical profession, you left no stone unturned until you had reached the Miraculous Goal.

A thank you, now, is in place to be stated in great gratitude, however, it is sad to say, but in time, words are forgotten and the true thoughts are faded away.

Therefore, my wife Ines and I though of giving you this Old Arabic gold coin, which came out of our private collection, as a gesture of really "eternal gratitude," because, through time, as memory fades, it will be a symbol of reconnecting and recognizing the Miraculous Goal.

My wife and I take this opportunity to wish you and your family a happy festivity season, of course as you say, "in good health."

December 2006

Meet Dr. Tchejeyan

Dr. Tchejeyan is Fellowship-trained in Joint Replacement and Sports Medicine. He trained in New York with the world-renowned Insall Scott Kelly Institute where he assisted the team doctors for the Knicks and Yankees. He currently practices in Southern California specializing in Orthopaedic Surgery, Hip and Knee Replacement, Sports Medicine, Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS) / Navigation, and Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS).

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