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  • Overall excellent.  Dr Stuhldreher is one of the most compassionate and considerate doctors I have ever met.    I have seen him for other issues, and am very pleased with his professionalism.    The surgery was conducted at the Provider name locked. Surgical Center East (Community East), which I was unfamilar with, but everything turned out just fine.    From the intake by the front staff, to the xrays, to the surgical prep, to the actual procedure and after care --- all was first class.   Dr Stuhldreher even called me at home in the evening to find out how I was doing and offered to call in additional prescriptions as needed.    Overall a great experience by a wonderful doctor!
    - JEANNE L.
  • I was suffering kidney/back pain and chose this doctor and facility because of "A's List" recommendations. As a new patient, I had an appointment scheduled two weeks after calling in June. A couple days later I received a call to re-schedule to two months later apparently because they did not notice I was a new patient. This second appointment was re-scheduled by the staff due to other scheduling problems in the office. Eventually, I got in to see the doctor over four months after my initial appointment. Then I waited almost 45 minutes in the waiting room. The doctor was quite well informed, bright and interested, but the appointment was rushed and over in 20 minutes or so. I was told a dietitian would call me for a consult, it never happened. I've also been promised copies of my lab reports after calling twice, but I've never received them.
    - Rob T.
  • I saw Dr. Provider name locked. approsimately every 4 months for about 2 years, ending in the summer of 2009. At that time, edema in my lower legs from a kidney condition grew much worse, and I thought that a low sodium diet would be helpful. He had mentioned "watching" my sodium intake a couple of times, but never responded when I asked for more details about how to do this. I decided that I wanted to consult a professional, specifically a renal dietitian, for advice to make sure I was doing it correctly. I called and left a message for his nurse asking for a referral. Dr. Provider name locked. himself called me back, after about 6 hours, and was very angry. He told me that I was obviously mad at him, that he could no longer treat me, and that I did not need this diet because "It won't help and you don't need it yet." I was quite astonished, as I thought that doctors should encourage patients to do responsible proactive things to benefit their health. He continued to repeat, very angrily, that I did not need the diet, that it would not help, and that he would send me a list of other doctors to call since he would no longer work with me. He never sent the list. He did have someone from his office call a few months later to see if I wanted to see another doctor in that office, but I declined and have found a good doctor since then. I found good information on the Internet about low sodium diets, started following guidelines, and the edema that I'd had in my legs for about 2 years completely disappeared in 1 week and has not returned. I was able to quit taking the diuretic that Dr. Beckly had prescribed. Numerous uncomfortable other symptoms also disappeared gradually and have stayed gone. After 4 months on this diet, my blood and urine lab results began to improve and have continued to improve in the 10 months that I have followed the low sodium diet. My new nephrologist is certain that the improvement is due to the low sodium diet and is very supportive about this, assurring me that my efforts have paid off. Where Dr. Provider name locked. continued to tell me that I would end up in kidney failure and on dialysis, my new doctor believes that my condition is heading toward remission. I have had a career as a mental health professional for 35 years and have a great deal of expertise in this area. I am convinced that Dr. Provider name locked. is psychologically disturbed and potentially dangerous to patients due to his defensiveness and his anger issues, among other things. I would like to file a formal complaint with some physician organization, but I have not been able to find out how to do this.
    - MICHAEL AND VICKI S.
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