Relationships are an essential part of being human. These connections we form with others play a crucial role in shaping our lives and are integral to who we are. They provide us with a sense of belonging. We are social creatures, and we thrive when we have a support system in place. The relationships we develop help us to grow and develop, and improve our overall well-being. It is vital to nurture these relationships to ensure we can continue to reap the benefits they offer.
Throughout my life I have always appreciated the people I meet and the relationships that develop. Engagement with people from all walks of life is one of the most enjoyable parts of my daily practice as a neurosurgeon. I enjoy learning something specific about each of my patients outside of why they walked into my clinic. Further, I am fortunate to have a career where, at times, I can make a significant difference in my patient’s lives. I appreciate hearing from patients and loved ones where I truly have made a difference. I would like to share one specific example from a patient I treated a few years back and has since moved away from Denver…………….
I’m not sure you remember me or not, but I just wanted to reach out to let you again know how grateful I am for the help you gave me. I truly believe you saved my life back in 2017, and there isn’t a day that goes by that I’m not thankful to have met you and to have had my spinal fusion. True story.
My wife and I are still living near Seattle and we absolutely love it out here. We would have Never considered moving before you helped me
Thank you for all you’ve done for me. I feel so blessed,
I have a genetic tumor disorder that caused me to have two spinal surgeries with two different doctors (neither was Dr. Robinson). My second surgery began a years-long process of decline that found me on the edge of not being able to carry out some of the basic functions that I took for granted for so many years. I was in pain to the point to where I thought my life was never going to be back to normal.
Then I was fortunate enough to meet Dr. Robinson. Most importantly, he believed me when I said how much pain I was in. After multiple pain management attempts (RFA, etc.), we agreed to schedule my spinal fusion (T9-L3). As crazy as it sounds, I woke up after the surgery and knew I had a chance to have my life back. The recovery was much less difficult than I imagined, and I am now more mobile than I ever dreamed before the surgery. I only wish I had met Dr. Robinson sooner; he is a gifted and kind surgeon. Thank you, Dr. Robinson; truthfully, not a day goes by where I’m not grateful.
You are most welcome Tim! Thank you for the opportunity to take care of you and make a difference!