Back in the winter of 2008 I attended a wedding in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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Mark
| February, 21 2014 | for A. Alan Reisinger III, MD

Back in the winter of 2008 I attended a wedding in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The average temperatures were 3 degrees above zero with constant snowfall. Getting around was a challenge. I was experiencing shortness of breath and slight chest pains. I attributed it to the high altitude, temperatures and my midle age.
Upon my return from the wedding I visited Dr. Reisinger relaying my condition at the wedding. He immediately performed tests and as a result sent me directly to have a stress test. The results of the stress test revealed blockages in my arteries to the heart.
I was immediately admitted to a hospital and had two stents installed into the blocked arteries. The most serious artery was blocked by 98. I was informed that I had the idowmaker's condition. You can guess by the name of what the normal outcome of this condition is.
Due to Dr. Reisinger's knowledge, experience and quick attention, he saved my life. For this I owe him a great thanks.
That was in 2008. It's now 2014. He has put me on an excellent regimen of diet and medications that we hope will keepe around for a long time.

Once again, Alan: Thank you vety much!

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