I would like to thank Dr. Tzou and his staff for the treatment and professionalism I receive during my visits.
There is great comfort knowing I am in the right hands as my treatment plan continues to demonstrate progress.
The patience, support and care provided during my recovery is most appreciated and should be greatly recognized.
Thank you for your kindness and attention, and for adjusting your schedule when I needed your help.
I truly appreciated it - and that helped keep my mind at ease. Your heart is in the right place, too.
Thank you, (A.R.)
You are so kind and generous. Thank you for your prompt response to my hospice nurse. And coming to
the house to help me control aches and pains. Fred and I cannot believe how helpful you are.
Dear Dr. Tzou,
Thank you very much for that last injection and your caring for me. I haven't felt as good as I do now in about
the last 10 to 15 years.
Best wishes, (M.O.)
To: Dr. Tzou,
You have made such a great difference in my life. I am so fortunate to have the pleasure in having you for
my doctor. Thank God for this miracle!!
Dear Dr. Tzou,
I can't thank you enough for all your care and concern. I'm very lucky to have you as my doctor.
Thank you, (J.P.)
Dear Dr. Tzou,
Twice you have relieved me of terrible pain, and it is time to tell you how grateful I am. Thank you so very much!!
Just a note to express our appreciation for your assistance to my wife today. You are gifted with the knowledge and
skill to aid patients in desperate pain and we are fortunate to have your kind attention on Long Island.
With kind best wishes, (M. & B. W.)
To Whom It May Concern,
This letter is written in praise of Dr. Nolan Tzou, Medical Director of the Pain Treatment Center at Huntington Hospital,
I went to Dr. Tzou as a last resort for severe back pain. I was 78 years old in the summer of 2000. My history had been
back surgery when I was 19 for sciatica, a ruptured disc, which left me wondering if I would become a cripple for life.
Fortunately, the surgery helped and over the years with the help of a fine chiropractor, the pain was generally kept under
But in the spring of 2000, I developed such back pain that I could not easily reach down to tie my shoes. Pain kept me
awake at night. I tried chiropractic, an orthopedist, acupuncture - the works, but this time the pain did not become less.
Enter Dr. Tzou. In June and July 2000, he gave me two epidural shots two weeks apart. After the first one, I did not
notice much change. But two weeks after the second shot, the pain was gone. Not less, but gone.
Dr. Tzou had told me there was no guarantee, that epidurals work for some people but not all, that they might last
a short time and might last longer. He did not mislead me in any way. But here I am, painless more than a year and a
When I don't like something I usually say so. When I do like something, I hope I really sound off. So here's to
Dr. Tzou. He took my pain away so I have no trouble walking a few miles a day as I near my 80th birthday.
This letter was my idea only. It was unsolicited. It may be used in any way Dr. Tzou wishes.