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The Provider name locked. ablation treatment itself seemed to go very well. Following the surgery, the first five days were painful, but that was explained and to be expected. I was encouraged to refrain from vigorous exercise (for about a month) and walk as much as possible. Immediately following the surgery, my varicose veins went down significantly and Dr. Provider name locked. informed eventually they should completely go away after they dry up and get broken down and processed by my symptoms. Now, two months later, there is very little pain in my leg and my former symptoms are for the most part gone.
Everything regarding Dr. Provider name locked. and his surgery went very well. Nevertheless, I did have some complications with getting the surgery scheduled. Different people within the office would call about scheduling the surgery, and contradict what the previous caller would explain to me. After several months of scheduling conflicts, we finally got the surgery scheduled.
All in all, I would definitely use Dr. Provider name locked. again for any vascular treatments, just have patience with his office.
- Chad S.
It went excellent! Dr. Provider name locked. is the physician I worked with and I have been seeing him for over twenty years. I have always received best service. He really listens to the patient, and asks if there is anything else a patient wants to talk about. I never feel rushed and he always answers in terminology that is easy to understand. Very courteous and prompt!- Deborah W.
I experienced a lot of pain afterwards. When I went to the follow-up, I told him I was still in a significant amount of pain and he said, "Well, give it another week or so." Which I did, and then I was still in a lot of pain. I called him again and told them something was wrong here, because the pain is going on way too long. They said I was 67 years old and just a slow healer and for me to give it more time. I then went to my primary care physician who said he thought Dr. Provider name locked. nicked a nerve. I asked how long that's going to take to heal and he told me six months. It was supposed to be two weeks. So my primary care physician emailed Dr. Provider name locked. and let him know what I think has happened. I expected to hear from Dr. Provider name locked. , but I didn't. I called them and told them that I was very disappointed that he had never responded to my concerns and the email from my primary care physician. I still never heard anything back from Dr. Provider name locked. . I finally sent him a letter. He emailed me back that he didn't know. He said I missed an appointment I had with them, but they never made me an appointment and in fact had discouraged me from coming back in. I'm not really happy with him or his office. They just didn't seem to care.- Grant W.