You know, Id be inclined to agree with you, however...
It not ONE time, its to every child lucky enough to be intact that comes under her care. And its not due diligence in looking for what she thought was a problem, it is contradictory to the AAP. Its not normal care, correct care, or prudent in any way shape or form to an evaluation, and for the patients of hers that cannot retract, no doubt the next step, or at least if not her specifically but of care providers in this country, is to order an circ consult with a urologist.
THAT is WRONG. And the letter was rightfully sent, and if they do what they say they will do in the response, train the nurse in the correct care of a intact penis on a prepubescent boy, then there will be no problem. But instead the care providers in this country put their head in the sand and do whatever the damn well please, and that will not stop unless we make them stop, and apparently in this case, asking for this respect during an exam is not good enough.
Parents cannot continue to look the other way when their child is treated incorrectly and I dont care if there is one nano of a percent chance that lasting damage can be done by ANY procedure someone performs on my child if it is UNNECESSARY per the guidelines outlined in the medical establishment that represents them, in this case the AAP.