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    Smith, Dr. Clifton
    I saw the nurse practitioner.  I had no fear, except for the pain, because I have had many warts removed by freezing with liquid nitrogen in the past.  I had one on my finger and three on my foot.   I am thankful that she didn't overly freeze the warts on my foot.  She warned me that I might need additional treatment.  I wasn't surprised because in the past I have had multiple freezing per wart.  I had been treating my finger with those medicated discs, and I said it's nearly gone I think.  You might be able to see a tiny spot.  Well, here is the problem.   She double froze that place on my finger.  I didn't think too much about it at the moment as it had been so long since previous treatments that I couldn't remember for sure just how much freezing it took.
    But what happened the next day surprised me.  A great blood blister formed.  I searched the internet and that said don't puncture it.  So I waited.  It got bigger and bigger.  It was painful.  It was ugly.  I was able to hide it for the most part by curling my fingers.
    Finally it was just too much so I called the office.  I explained that my finger was swelling.  A regular nurse said I could puncture it.  My wife is a nurse so I asked her to do it.  She cleaned it with hydrogen perioxide and bandaged it.  The cleaning was painful, but it was a relief to have the pressure removed.  
    After two days I had a day off so went in to the office again.  I had to go back and forth because I had to pick up my kids, but finally I saw the nurse practitioner.  She said all was well.   She said it was all  normal and expected.   
    My recommendation to you reader if you need a wart frozen, to explain that you do not want a blood blister.   I recommend that you explain you have reasons why it would be inconvenient for you to have a big or medium sized blood blister.   I recommend you ask before she freezes it if she can assure you that you won't get a blood blister, or if she can predict the size of the blood blister you might get.    I have heard that at least one doctor at this location also is heavy on the liquid nitrogen.
    Incidentally, she charged my insurance company for the follow up visit, which I think is wrong, although not charging might be an admission of guilt.
    - Bill C.
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    Knuckles, Dr. Melissa L
    My husband went to Dr Knuckle's for a sist on the side of his nose. She was very nice as well as professional. Would recommend her for sure.
    - Lori P.
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    Knuckles, Dr. Melissa L
    My overall experience with her has been excellent.
    - Debbie C.
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