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  • His bedside manner and his knowledge of what he does are excellent. His surgical prowess is excellent. Every nurse and person I had to deal with had nothing but good things to say about him. Every time I go in there, he takes his time with me and answers my questions. He doesn't rush me to get out. He treats you like you're the only one that he sees; you're his own private patient.
    - Ray K.
  • I had the L4-L5 Laminectomy / Decompression and it was a very positive experience, hardly any pain and my leg pain is all gone. I am so grateful to Dr Provider name locked. for fixing my pain.  He is very competent and I would trust him completely if I needed another surgery. The only problem was he is so busy he doesn't have a lot of time to spend with you but his staff is great and keep him free for what he needs to be doing.
    - Cindi M.
  • My first, and last as it turns out, appt. with Dr. Provider name locked. was fine.  He's pleasant and his office is pretty easy to get to.  He told me that I'd have the surgery on a Wed. and be back on the treadmill and at the office on Monday.  After having the surgery, I'm not sure how "Wonderwoman" you'd have to be to actually be back at work and exercising that soon.  This man told me what I wanted to hear and I bought it hook, line, and sinker.  On the guidance of a friend, I got a second opinion and saw what a much better neurosurgeon acts like; Dr. Provider name locked. did not do a neuro exam, in fact my first appt lasted 15 mins.  I think he billed my insurance company about $400.  My appt with Dr. Provider name locked. White took almost 2 hours and included a neuro exam and in depth review, with me, of my MRI and other xrays.  I can't express the difference between these two docs other than to say, night and day. 
    - Pam B.
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