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  • There was very short waiting time once in the office. Staff is wonderful and the physicians are super. We have much confidence in this practice, and would highly recommend.
    - Madeline H.
  • Although the waiting room was packed and Dr. Provider name locked. is obviously very much in demand, when my appointment time came, he spent a good deal of time with me explaining the type of injury I had and several choices I had in terms of surgery.  He also very patiently covered the option of not having surgery, which in my case was an elective surgery due to the type of injury.  I decided to go ahead and have the surgery.  The surgery itself went very well, and I have a very short recovery time with nearly no pain whatsoever!  My ACL is now fully functional and I can ski and play tennis again at full capacity.
    - Graham B.
  • First, I waited in the lobby for over an hour after my appointment time to be seen.  The staff did admit that there had been a glitch in their computerized check in system.  However, no one apologized but rather laughed it off as one of the side effects of trying to computerize their medical records.  Then, the nurse or Provider name locked. who brought be back to the examining room was very unprofessional.  He actually laughed at me when I answered his questions regarding how I fell.  When I gave him my x-rays (taken at Patient First) he had no idea how to bring them up on the computer and sat there for over 5 minutes clicking the same button over and over again.  He then told me that the x-rays were not downloaded properly and they would have to re-xray my arm.  I had seen the x-rays on my home computer so I knew that was not true and told him so.  He left the room with the disk and within a few minutes Dr. Provider name locked. came in the room.  Dr. Provider name locked. claimed to have seen my x-rays but the first thing he asked me was, "What did Patient First tell you?"  I said they weren't sure because they weren't specialists but it appeared that the small bone in my forearm was cracked.  He said, 'Yes, that is what I see as well.' He went on to tell me that I should take off the splint that Patient First had put on and to use the arm.  He suggested I use a sling during the day but to take it off at home and use it.  I was accompanied by a friend to the appointment and she asked Dr. Provider name locked. several times  if he was sure I should be using the arm as it was broken and he (very curtly) said yes.  He told me the make an appointment for a week later. I was unhappy with my treatment and did not trust his diagnosis.  So, I made another appointment at Provider name locked. Sports (where my son received treatment for numerous football injuries).  There, my arm was re-x-rayed.  The Dr. there immediately put my arm in a cast because (as she showed me on the x-Provider name locked. ) a bone in my elbow had completely sheered off, which is why I was in so much pain.  She said it would never heal as long as I was using it and that it needed to be immobile for 4 weeks.
    - Meg J.
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