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"The surgery was scheduled promptly; it took a bit longer than usual, as a good deal of scraping and chopping was needed to eliminate the obstruction--this was done" with a MINIMUM of pain! Physical therapy was required for follow-up. this also was effective, with good results and in a pleasant atmosphere (another provider, prescribed by Dr. .) I should note that I am now 85, meaning that surgery and related are a bit more challenging than they were. i continue to be very pleased with her and her staff, as has been the case since roughly 1990, when I first went to her. she has worked on a variety of problems, including the reconstruction of the base of my right thumb, a seriously infected thumbnail (not really her line of work, but it was an emergency.) It's not really relevant, but I want to add that she and her staff have a god sense of humour, which can help a good deal at times.

-claude N.

"They used antiquated x- equipment that uses film (not digital) to x- his foot. The doctor said our son had a broken" toe and gave him an oversized boot to wear for two weeks. The total time the doctor spent with us was two minutes and he never showed us the x- , despite my wife requesting to see it twice during our visit. Our son refused to wear the boot when we got home and he was running around like crazy without any problems. This made us question if he even had a broken toe. I called the main office to request a copy of the x- . I was told that they would call me back to let me know how much it would cost, but I never heard back from them. My experience with Pediatric Othopaedic Associates was pretty much disappointing all-around and I would not recommend them to anyone I cared about.

-Edmund W.

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You instantly know about a doctor and get a good feeling about them. I liked him so much, I asked him if he would see adults. He had great bedside manner with my son. He was very well recommended by another doctor. His recommendation was spot-on. I like his knowledge in his area of expertise. I would highly recommend him and totally feel comfortable ...More letting him work on my son.
- Carolyn P.

X-rays showed no injury and he suggested a treatment and rest to see if it helped. (It seemed to.) My daughter was comfortable with him and I thought he was both personable and professional.
- Eric L.

It has gone and continues to go, extremely well. It took Dr about 3 - 4 visits to really find out what was going on with me and to determine the best approach. Now,.... she is really nailing it!!!! Major improvements every time I see her for an adjustment. She is and to the point. She identifies the ...More issue quickly and zero's in on effective treatment.

I attended the second appointment with Dr for the back conditions that my daughter was diagnosed with. At the first he recommended physical therapy to strengthen her core, which we did for approximately 8 weeks. The physical therapist also said that her hips were weak, which could impact the core movement and back pain, ...More so he worked on that too. Her back improved slightly, but that was the prediction from Dr . When I informed him of what the physical therapist had said and what he was working on, Dr actually laughed audibly at me and said, "Okaaayy?" The student working with him actually got wide eyed and seemed to acknowledge that his behavior was out of line. I was stunned silent and did not know what to say. He proceeded with the appointment and left the room to return after x-rays were taken. When he left the room, my daughter asked me why he laughed at me, to which I responded, "I'm not sure but it certainly was not very respectful." Upon his return, I decided I would bypass the disrespect and get as much information about my daughter's back as possible, knowing that I would not be returning. He gave us big words and details that obviously mean nothing to the average person, and then asked me if I had questions. My response was, "No, not at this time." When he asked my daughter if she had questions, she responded, "Yeah. Why did you laugh at my mom?" He kind of smirked and said, "I didn't laugh at your mom," and discounted what she had asked. I just put my hand on my daughter's knee signaling her to let it go, which she did. We left the appointment knowing that we would not be returning, despite his vast knowledge of orthopedics. This was unfortunately not the only experience like this with Dr , however. My oldest daughter was also under his care for scoliosis years back and he was the same brief, egotistical self at that time. We only returned to him on the recommendation of our primary care physician and the fact that he is knowledgeable. I actually put his 'importance' ahead of my daughter's instinct about him - I will not make that mistake again. He was sure to list off all of the 'well-known' people he had fixed over the years and said he could put us in touch with one of them to ask questions, which we declined. I have no doubt that Dr is a competent and knowledgeable doctor and that his technical skills are probably good, but his 'bedside' manner in this case left very much to be desired. I cannot have faith in a doctor who audibly laughs at a parent and belittles them, especially in front of their daughter. Although I left without any type of anger or incident, I thought I needed to make people aware of what had happened. My daughter's back issues are probably on the 'mild' side (as he put it) of things that he 'normally' deals with, but she is a person whom I love dearly and want the best for despite what he sees in his office. Maybe if your orthopedic issues are extreme or 'less mild' he might seem like a savior, but in this case, all it turned out to be was a high priced consultation which left me feeling stunned. If you are looking for a competent doctor whom will belittle you in front of your child, and one whom will be sure to point out that you are not an orthopedic doctor, he is the one for you. My family, however, will be searching for other competent doctors whom actually respect people.
- Jacqueline S.

My son was born with a club foot and we were referred to Dr. at ... being a new mom and having to go here with a 2 week old, I assumed that everything would go fine, but i was wrong. After 8 weeks, my husband and I removing the casts each week (what am I paying them for if I have to do it), and almost ...More my entire maternity leave, Dr. said my sons foot looked good, didn't need surgery and the "brace" (yes in quotes there) would be just fine. I didn't feel comfortable with that and was thinking to get a 2nd opinion. On my way out, their "Office Manager" cornered me in front of other patients and loudly said that I had to make 50% payment for all services rendered before I was allowed back. I stated that I would not pay until my insurance paid and that it was not my problem you never asked for co-pays, I specifically asked every time I went in. I told them, you've received my portion of payment for the services rendered that the insurance has already paid. I would not pay the rest until after the insurance made their payments. I asked to speak to the doctor which she refused to go get her. I ended up getting 2 separate opinions (one from a doctor at UCLA that has done this for 25+ years) - both stated that my son needed additional casting, surgery, and the brace I had - they had never seen before in their lives. They also stated they were confused that Dr. would state what she stated to me. So in the end, Dr. costed me another $3000 to go to a new doctor for him to fix her mistakes (additional casting and surgery). His new doctor at UCLA is even cheaper that Dr. 's fee (go figure!). I turned them in to HIPPA for violating my son's medical information in front of all their other patients (which is a NO-NO). I contacted their HR department which they said they would look into it, but as soon as I said I turned them in to HIPPA, I never heard from them again. DO NOT GO TO IN THOUSAND OAKS - Their office manager, Emeritt, is horrible. Dr. apparently does not know what she is doing. Luckily I found a great orthopedics doctor that corrected the mistakes Dr. did. My son is now 2 and you would never know. In the long run, it did cost me additional money but having the happiness and health of my son is worth it.
- Ashley H.

Dr. was very nice, and informed. He is very good with kids. I think he's got a good speciality, and he's good at what he does. His staff, as well as the nurses, were also great. I would use him again if I needed to.
- tammy C.

It is a pediatric group and they are excellent. He is one of the best in the field for what he does. He is very competent. Everything is good about him. I ’t have anything negative to say about him. I can’t even think of anything bad about him; everything is good. We would see him again.
- Tari P.

Carving hip sockets, tweaking joint alignment, real plates and screws in bone and tissue- I would have done it for her if I could have, but the results were fantastic! My daughter tolerated the surgery, body cast, and second surgery like a champ. (Boy did I NOT want to go through the second procedure, everything was working fine, but the metal has to ...More come out and the bone grows around it if you wait too long). All along Dr Edeen and staff had follow ups, in house xrays where Mom or Dad can stand right beside them- which can make all the difference. She runs, jumps, plays twice as energetically as before. The staff always spoke to my daughter directly, explained what they would do (in house appointments had very little pain involved, may be scary to a child) let her pick cast color, band aids stickers etc. Bonus- she loved there waiting room, which is good as many appointment times run over (you may be there a bit longer than your scheduled time)- many special cases, disabilities etc.
- Aimee S.

Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeons in Alpharetta, GA

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Alpha Medical Equipment & Supplies, Inc

1652 Church St Ste A

Back 2 Motion Physical Therapy

3300 Northeast Expressway

Children's Health Care Of Atl

1365 Clifton Rd NE

Childrens Ortho Of Atlanta

3300 Old Milton Pkwy

Crochet Physical Therapy

1382 Scott Blvd, Suite A

Denton, Dr. Charles

8820 Hospital Dr

Devito, Dr. Dennis P.

5445 Meridian Marks Rd NE

Khan, Dr. Sami

6335 Hospital Pkwy
Johns Creek

Klugman, Dr. Jeffrey A.

980 Johnson Ferry Road NE

Levine, Dr. Julie E.

2550 Windy Hill Rd

Pediatric Orthopaedic Associates

6 Executive Park Dr NE

Pediatric Orthopaedic Associates

11660 Alpharetta Hwy

Perimeter Spine & Rehabilitation Center

7100 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Ste 100

Resurgens Orthopaedics

5671 Peachtree-Dunwoody Rd

Resurgens Orthopaedics Snellville

1600 Medical Way Suite 150

Resurgens Orthopaedics-Johns Creek

6335 Hospital Pkwy

Resurgens Woodstock

2230 Towne Lake Pkwy

Sports Medicine South LLC

1900 Riverside Pkwy

The WalkEZstore.com

2309 West Smith Valley Road

Timothy Ghattas

1240 Eagles Landing Pkwy

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