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Daniel Whitton
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DFW Carpentry would like to take the time to thank all those who have helped make my decision to serve the public as an honest, forthright and quality carpentry company now in it's 30th year. I have had the pleasure and hard work to produce a multitude of different types and aspects of this trade through the clients who demanded craftsmanship in product and design. I will continue to produce and excel at my craft until such time as I can no longer physically perform the duties required to create the interiors and exterior architectural products I am known for. My desire would be to survive and thrive at what I enjoy, serving and producing some of the most unique and functional structures and formal interiors for the Southlake, Westlake, Tarrant and Denton counties.
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A successful study of case trials in still ongoing for three years to date 6-12-2015.  Over 100 participants have contributed to the study.  I have traveled to New York City at the AMCNY to craft and install the auralsplint plates, as well as Plano Texas to assist a participant.  I have sent plates to all corners of the United States and a few to Canada.  I have spoke to animal owners in Australia, Guam, England, all interested in correcting their animals hardship.  Soon I hope to have at least 50 returned surveys to compile the Descriptive Report.  I intend to publish it here as well as other sites.  Those who are interested in keeping up with the discovery I am making to offer a corrective non-surgical treatment for aural hematoma into the veterinary realm can visit the home website at Auralsplint.org.  Any questions can be addressed to Daniel at auralsplint@yahoo.com.
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Daniel Whitton commented on a post on Blogger.
Hello Dr. Birchard.  I am pleased to find a surgeon reporting on new findings and treatments for the aural hematoma afflictions in companion animals.  I hope you are open minded about the possibility that surgery is not the only treatment set forth to address this affliction.  I would like to discuss in this forum or privately an alternative which not only corrects the broken blood vessel, unlike surgery, and as well keeps the ear in its natural elongated position allowing for reattaching the tissues in their original position thus hindering or eliminating the shriveling effects of the hematoma.  I am the creator of the Auralsplint treatment for aural hematoma in canine animals.  The treatment has been in case studies for almost three years now, and soon I will have enough returned surveys to compile a descriptive article to be presented to the veterinarians and the public at large.  I believe you have Dr. Langston who recently moved to your university from the AMCNY Manhattan where she was witness to the procedure and its outcome for one of her patients.  The dog owners name is confidential in my trials, but the name of the animal is Junior, and Dr. Langston will certainly remember her experience along with her associate Dr. Strauss.  At your earliest convenience, please contact me to establish a dialog about this treatment.  My number is 817-228-6401 or email at auralsplint@yahoo.com.
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