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"This was the second time I've had to have this surgery. Dr. had to do it again because the first person didn't do it right, and" there was unbelievably little pain compared with the first time. He was excellent!


"After treatment, problem still exists, but referred me to gastroenterologist for more tests. Continues to stay involved. Very satisfied with Dr " and would highly recommend him.

-James E.

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Dr promptly called me with the results (good news) as soon as he received them.
He is very knowledgeable personable and professional. I don't know why the previous reviewer was so negative. That was an unfair assessment of Dr. . I highly recommend him and his practice.
- Gregory Y.

The doctor used a spray to shrink my swollen nasal tissue so he could see what was happening structurally. He found that I had enlarged turbinates and a deviated septum, which I then had surgically corrected.
Dr. was the first doctor I had saw who took the time to get to the root of the problem, whereas previous doctors ...More had told me my difficulties were "just allergies".
- Anita N.

To see one of the doctors in an office for an examination will incur not only
a cost for her services at $280, but also a facility fee (it's an
office building) from Touro Hospital of $400. It is outrageous, in my
opinion to be charged for hospital services when you are being seen in a
doctor's office and no lab ...More work/x-rays or procedures of any kind are
being done.
- Lisa Treece K.

Dr. Rathfoot is the kindest, most caring doctor we have ever met. He listens to what you have to say, he takes all the time you need to understand and diagnose the problem, and he makes the patient feel very cared about and important. He is soft-spoken, not intimidating at all. My son (age 12) said Dr. Rathfoot was the best doctor he had ever met.
- Mary W.

is the best! She is super nice and explains everything to you in detail. This was my third visit and I will definitely be back, already made my appointment. I never felt rushed like I have by others in the area.
- Danielle D.

I have been treated by Dr. for a short period of time and am already on my way to recovery. He is an excellent doctor, a true healer, who listens attentively to a patient and genuinely cares. He is not about the money. He is about the medicine. It is reflected in how Dr. meticulously practices medicine. ...More He has a well trained staff, who also appear to genuinely care about patients. Dr. and his partners treat many patients because they are quality physicians. If there is a wait time, it is because they are so busy treating so many patients in need of care. All patients are assured of quality care and are treated respectfully. I highly recommend Dr. , especially to patients with chronic severe ear complications. He is an excellent physician who takes his time, listens, and uses excellent judgement when it comes to patient care.
- Kristy B.

Before 03/25/13, I would have recommended . During surgery on 03/25/13, unintentionally infected my ear with staph bacteria. Because of the extensive damage that has done, I will likely have to suffer with severe, relentless pain and almost debilitating vertigo for the remainder ...More of my existence. That's the best I can hope for even with proper medical treatment. The permanent damage has been done.
After moved his office from a plain, appropriate office at St. 's East to a garish, oversize monstrosity on the verge of Trussville, quickly became Dr. Lousy, chasing every dollar and every dime he can make at the expense and suffering of his patients. It is his obvious worship of Mammon that has destroyed what was once a reasonably good doctor. His incompetent staff rarely gets anything right. rushes patients in and out like cattle, dramatically increasing the odds that if anything goes wrong, the patient will pay dearly for 's and his staff's many mistakes. While treats you, he treats multiple other patients at the same time to ensure he can make every dollar and every dime that he can grab.
If you are treated by , I hope it is for something extremely and easy. does not know how to recognize or treat staph bacterial infection that he causes from sloppy surgical procedures. Since he only cares about money, rushes patients in and out at Outpatient Surgery Center (which is not a clean facility) like cattle, too. Then he leaves before patients wake, allowing nurses to discharge them while they are in agonizing pain. The nurse who discharged me lied and said my pain was "completely normal" instead of advising me to go straight to the ER, where I would have likely received proper medical treatment that denied me.
When I woke from surgery, I was in excruciating pain that I've learned to cope with and likely will exist with for the rest of my life. One nurse lied and said would re-check my ear. Another nurse was honest. She said if was making money off patients in Trussville, he would never return to Outpatient Surgery Center on Southside to treat my ear. He didn't. He had packed my ear without anyone telling me, which trapped the staph bacteria in my ear for weeks. The damage caused cannot be repaired. I have accepted it. I hope to spare anyone the same experience that I've had.
When I asked 's overweight, giggling nurse why no one had told me that my ear was packed, she laughed and said: "We forgot!" It was a joke to her and to . That's how they treat their patients: like cattle and jokes. Because they are greedy and eager to make money at all costs, makes many errors, many of them significant errors that patients will suffer with for the rest of their lives.
I returned to three times post-surgery. He admitted he didn't know what was wrong with me. He admitted he didn't know what to do for me. He didn't know what staph bacterial infection was because I had staph bacterial infection in my inner ear, middle ear, ET, inner ear canal, mastoid bone and all my sinuses (on one side). failed to treat any of them, 0 for 6. He never ordered a CT scan, an MRI, an X- or a blood test. He didn't prescribe an antibiotic for the severe infection until the third and final visit and the antibiotic was completely ineffective. Instead he unintentionally confirmed I have bilaterial Meniere's disease, which meant he should have never performed the botched surgical procedure in the first place.
It was only later that I found out I should have never had the surgical procedure. had diagnosed me with bilateral Meniere's disease several years earlier. Gentamicin injections (the procedure that I had) are only for patients diagnosed with unilateral Meniere's disease. He had forgotten because he had not bothered to review my chart prior to surgery, another one of his rushed "treat and street" tactics. The physicians who "got it right" were the ER physician and the ER radiologist. A medical school student could have provided me with better medical treatment than .
Tragically, my case is not rare. The more money-driven he has become, the more incompetent and careless has become. A doctor who will not return to treat a patient in agonizing pain post-surgery is not a physician fit to treat anyone. Even more tragic, Alabama protects medical doctors at all costs and medical doctors know it. It's okay to be an incompetent doctor in Alabama, which is rightfully ranked 50th of the US states. Alabama is forever branded the most corrupt, inbred, violent, ignorant, backward US state for many valid reasons (this case in point). Alabama's medical care is rapidly becoming third world medical care and other US states know it. A recent study revealed Alabama's medical care is graded F. It deserves it.
I have every intention of leaving behind the horrors of Alabama like nearly everyone who I know has already done. One of Alabama's horrors inflicted on me is the permanent damage caused by a botched surgery that should have known I was not eligible to have performed. Money meant far more to than my well-being. If you are treated by him, you are taking a huge risk with your life. I would advise anyone to not be treated by under any circumstances. Your life in his hands is a risk that no one should take. Patient, beware!
- Kristy B.

March 16, 2015

I visited Dr. M. M.D. on a referral from my primary care doctor, Dr. Scunziano of Access Health Care. The health issue was regarding my left ear which, for some time, had the feeling and sound of being completely plugged. Dr. ...More peered in my ear and said he could see nothing. He also said it could be a Dysfunction of the Eustachian tube. I verified this by the Valsalva maneuver. I gave him a copy of an MRI I had earlier in March that indicated that “The fluid signal in the mastoid air cells particularly on the left could represent mastoid effusion versus mastoiditis in The appropriate clinical setting”. He prescribed a decongestant. I was to return in a couple of weeks.

April 7, 2015

I returned to Dr. ’s office. I told him nothing had changed. He, again, peered in my ear and said he could see nothing but he could put a tube in to drain any fluid build up. A tube was installed to see if that helped.

15, 2015

I returned to Dr. ’s office and told him that nothing had changed except that I was experiencing significant hearing loss in my left ear. I still had the plugged feeling, the Eustachian tube was still plugged, and that there had been no drainage. He removed the tube which left a hole in my ear drum. I was told it would close by itself. Also, he said that hearing test was needed to verify the hearing loss. This was scheduled for 21, 2015.

21, 2015

I returned to Dr. ’s office for the hearing test and a consult with Dr. . Hearing test verified significant hearing loss compared to previous test. Dr. Stated it could be as a result of the hole in the ear drum. I believe that was a guess. He ordered a CT scan of the left ear area. When I call the Imaging Center to make an appointment, they ask if the scan was to be performed with or without contrast. I contacted Dr. ’s office 3 times and the Imaging Center contacted them at least twice. I ’t believe Dr. or his office ever clarified the contrast question. The CT scan preformed on 28, 2015.

Aug.4, 2015

I returned to Dr. ’s office for a follow-up regarding the CT scan. I was told the scan showed him nothing unusual and that he had no idea what my problem was. He basically gave up and sent me to get a “second opinion” somewhere. I feel he was clueless from day one but wanted to experiment which he did at my expense –both monetarily, timelines, and hearing loss.
- Eugene W.

Ent Doctors in Harrisburg

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Abram, Dr. Adam C.

2025 Technology Pkwy

Annese, Dr. Joseph S.

177 N Reading Rd

Associated Otolaryngologists

875 Poplar Church Rd Ste 320
Camp Hill

ENT Surgery Group

425 N 21st St Ste 301
Camp Hill

ENT, Facial Plastic Surgery Group, P.C.

Medical Arts Building, 890 Poplar Church Road, Su
Camp Hill

Ent. Surgery Group PC

425 N 21st St Ste 301
Camp Hill

Hershey Medical Center NEO

500 University Dr

John Fornadley MD

880 Poplar Church Rd
Camp Hill

Jon Isaacson MD

880 Poplar Church Rd
Camp Hill

Lititz Family Practice Assoc

562 W Second Ave

Melnick Moffitt & Mesaros ENT

927 Russell Dr

Milton S Hershey Medical Center

500 University Dr

Moffitt Heart & Vascular

2808 Old Post Rd Ste 102

Moffitt Heart And Vascular Group

360 Alexander Spring Rd

Moffitt Heart And Vascular Group

1000 N Front St

Pennsylvania State University

500 University Dr

Scott M. Gayner, M.D.

10 Capital Drive #100

Steven, Dr. Dorf N.

810 Plaza Blvd

Stratis Gayner Plastic Surgery

10 Capital Dr # 100

Wiegand, Dr. David A.

207 House Ave
Camp Hill

Witt, Dr. Christopher J.

890 Poplar Church Rd
Camp Hill

Won, Dr. Kwan H.

3810 Trindle Rd
Camp Hill

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