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" is one of the best knee surgeons in the city. He is a specialist in knees; I ’t know if he does other surgeries." The hospital I went to had many specialist; they had one department for the knee, shoulder and ankle. He is a specialist who is not like a general orthopedic surgeon but a surgeon who would rather specialize in a part of the orthopedic structure; if you had to have your knee replaced would you rather have it replaced, by a physician who does one surgery a month or three or four surgeries a day. He is difficult to schedule an initial appointment with because, he is in demand. I think, I have usually waited for 15 to 30 minutes beyond my appointment time. I felt well dealt with and I have not had any difficulties with billing or insurance. I have had a full physical recovery and regained motion; almost back to where it was but not quite, which is very good. Some people only get to 90 degrees with regards to how far I can bring my knee down; so, I can go way past 90 degrees and its almost equal to the other knee. It’s a manufactured knee. They basically cut your knee off above the knee and below the knee and they put in a metal, cut into multiple parts. I kept my knee cap some people ’t. To give you an example on the lower knee part; the knee is like a balls joint, the top part is concave and the bottom part is convex. The lower part is like a ball; they hammer along a tube, like a route, into your lower leg and then that sits out and then, they do the same to the top part. They are all properly fitted to the size of the person you are. I think titanium but I ’t know. I ’t think they use cadavers, but, not certainly. My surgery was mostly due to arthritis and I ’t know what one can do prevent arthritis; have a different parent, I suppose. Certainly exercise will delay it or keep it in, fine enough shape so that you ’t need to have a knee replacement.

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"Dr. suggested that I stop all activities that caused pain. When I said that walking on a normal day at a sedentary job caused pain he gave" me a lecture on aging (I'm 57) and cartilage breakdown. He was about to leave the room when I reminded him to look at the x-rays taken at the beginning of the visit. His office computer was not working and, rather than find one that was, he stated he would call me with x- results. Having made his quick diagnosis he was uninterested in discussing pain in other parts of my knees. Perhaps he's right that I have tendonitis that requires complete rest and the remaining knee pain is related to cartilage breakdown of aging and sports activities. Even if this is so, his unwillingness to discuss treatment options other than becoming a couch potato, his unwillingness to examine the x-rays at the time for evidence of cartilage breakdown and arthritis, his brusque, rushed manner and his contemptuous attitude toward his resident were highly unprofessional.

-CAROLYN S.

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  • Provider name locked. is one of the best knee surgeons in the city. He is a specialist in knees; I Provider name locked. ’t know if he does other surgeries. The hospital I went to had many specialist; they had one department for the knee, shoulder and ankle. He is a specialist who is not like a general orthopedic surgeon but a surgeon who would rather specialize in a part of the orthopedic structure; if you had to have your knee replaced would you rather have it replaced, by a physician who does one surgery a month or three or four surgeries a day. He is difficult to schedule an initial appointment with because, he is in demand. I think, I have usually waited for 15 to 30 minutes beyond my appointment time. I felt well dealt with and I have not had any difficulties with billing or insurance. I have had a full physical recovery and regained motion; almost back to where it was but not quite, which is very good. Some people only get to 90 degrees with regards to how far I can bring my knee down; so, I can go way past 90 degrees and its almost equal to the other knee. It’s a manufactured knee. They basically cut your knee off above the knee and below the knee and they put in a metal, cut into multiple parts. I kept my knee cap some people Provider name locked. ’t. To give you an example on the lower knee part; the knee is like a balls joint, the top part is concave and the bottom part is convex. The lower part is like a ball; they hammer along a tube, like a route, into your lower leg and then that sits out and then, they do the same to the top part. They are all properly fitted to the size of the person you are. I think Provider name locked. titanium but I Provider name locked. ’t know. I Provider name locked. ’t think they use cadavers, but, not certainly. My surgery was mostly due to arthritis and I Provider name locked. ’t know what one can do prevent arthritis; have a different parent, I suppose. Certainly exercise will delay it or keep it in, fine enough shape so that you Provider name locked. ’t need to have a knee replacement.
  • Dr. Provider name locked. suggested that I stop all activities that caused pain. When I said that walking on a normal day at a sedentary job caused pain he gave me a lecture on aging (I'm 57) and cartilage breakdown. He was about to leave the room when I reminded him to look at the x-rays taken at the beginning of the visit. His office computer was not working and, rather than find one that was, he stated he would call me with x-Provider name locked. results. Having made his quick diagnosis he was uninterested in discussing pain in other parts of my knees. Perhaps he's right that I have tendonitis that requires complete rest and the remaining knee pain is related to cartilage breakdown of aging and sports activities. Even if this is so, his unwillingness to discuss treatment options other than becoming a couch potato, his unwillingness to examine the x-rays at the time for evidence of cartilage breakdown and arthritis, his brusque, rushed manner and his contemptuous attitude toward his resident were highly unprofessional.
  • I've been (unfortunately) a return customer/patient for several sports-related injuries over the years, and Dr. Provider name locked. has always been excellent. And now, his office facilities match his expertise. He doesn't do surgery anymore, but works with a team I've had good experiences with. Great place for ortho care.
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