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Knee Care reviews in Portland

  • A
    Weintraub, Dr. Ira M.
    I am very happy. I had the other one done somewhere else eight months before and this knee is much better. It healed faster and I think it feels more like a regular knee. I thought he was nice as was his PA.
    - Kathleen W.
  • C
    Rebound Orthopedics
    It is not right. It clicks and grinds and is uncomfortable. Even my physical therapist says there is something wrong with it. She has treated many knee replacements from other doctors and she can tell my knee is not as good as her other patients. I will never go there for anything again. It has been about a year so I am not expecting anything to get better.
    - Kathleen W.
  • F
    Rebound Orthopedics
    It was an office staffed by the worst Mean Girls you could imagine. I have lived all over the country and have known excellent care in many places. I'd rate this office as the rudest I've ever dealt with. The location is telling, right next to the Moda Center. This group is very loud about their status as sports doctors to the professional athletes in the NW. They won't see you without extensive medical and surgical records if you've talked to another doctor in the last three years. As a nurse of many decades I was taken aback by the requirement that your had to produce records before they would even see you. I have NEVER heard of this. The staff seemed uneducated and unable to communicate in any but the most stilted manner. They didn't answer my questions, instead they responded as if reading from a script. I would warn anyone considering this place to reconsider. I believe that good medical care with a positive outcome results from a caring and competent provider working in partnership with a an ope minded and receptive patient. Respect and trust is a two way street. If a provider doesn't trust or respect his patients then he's unworthy of respect or trust in return.
    - Heather J.
  • A
    I go to the Western State Chiropractic Clinic. Its associated with Western University College of Chiropractic. What I like about it is that its part of the teaching school. Its not just one doctor, there's one clinician overall who oversees everyone. I'm always seen by different interns. Its a great place to go. The clinician, I've had a relationship with her for probably cloe to 20 years. I'm always treated by a new intern because its a school. Its less expensive than regular places to go and the quality of care is great. Plus it gives doctors and trainees a chance to see a variety of patients. Its a very cost-effective and professional way to be seen when you don't need to go an MD. Its a really great place for physical therapy.
    - Mark M.
  • C
    Anthony Colorito MD
    After the surgery this doctor was less than helpful in the follow-up visits throughout her recovery from an infection that should have been handled better. Seems like he did the surgery, collected his money, and did not wish to deal with post surgical responsibility for patient care. She was often seen by physician assistants who did not have a clue about her case. In all the times the medical assistant did hands on patient care, I never once witnessed her hand hygiene nor put on gloves when performing dressing changes.
    - christine s.
  • A
    Orthopedic/Sports Medicine Ctr
    They were very friendly on the phone and told me to visit their website and print off the new patient paperwork. Finding the building wasn't to hard and they even had a parking lot! When I arrived there I gave them my new patient paperwork and I had to wait less than 1 minute. They brought me back to the exam room five minutes early. It was awesome! Then within 2 minutes another nurse came in and i walked ten feet down the hall and had x-rays taken of my knee. I was then brought back to my exam room where I must have waited less than 5 additional minutes. Dr. Joseph Schenck then saw me for my exam and diagnosis. He spent over 30 minutes with me examining my knee and explaining my diagnosis. He then gave me several options for treatment. I picked physical therapy which he gave me a referral for. He gave me several names, but the one I went to is up one floor in the building. It was super convenient and they were equally awesome. I would definitely recommend this clinic for anyone who want good care by experts who care bout you and value your time.
    - Aaron T.
  • A
    Sports Medicine Oregon
    Well, I called to make an appointment with Dr. Greenleaf and was given an appointment with Dr. Trimberger. No explanation why. However, I really like Dr. T so that was fine. He basically did a consultation with me and told me he could do steroid injections for my knees or, if I wanted, he could refer me to an orthopedist who could do hip replacement surgery. I told him I'd think it over and call him back which I did two days later. I had to leave a voice message and the receptionist transferred me to the wrong voice mailbox on that first try so I called back. This time I got a different voice mailbox but I wasn't sure if it was the right one because Dr. T's name wasn't mentioned in the greeting. I left my message anyway that I had decided to forgo the injections and take the referral. The following week I got a call from Dr. T's assistant who said I needed to schedule an appointment for an injection and when I asked what was to be injected, I was told my hip. Confused, I went ahead and made the appointment, but when I arrived at the office I again asked why I was there and why I couldn't just get the referral. Turns out my phone message was lost in translation between whoever took that message and Dr. T. When he found out, he was very apologetic and gave me the referral and didn't charge me for the appointment. I give the Sports Medicine Oregon clinic A's for everything except for their office staff. They don't know how their own phone system works well enough to transfer a call to the right doctor nor do they take messages left on it very well. If I go there again, I will double check with them about everything first.
    - Charlotte H.
  • A
    Rebound Orthopedics
    Surgery went well.
    Recovery was great for the first month.
    Knee has been giving me issue since then.
    But Rebound has been good at dealing with me and helping me move forward...
    - AUTUMN P.
  • A
    Treible, Dr. Timothy J.
    At my meeting with Dr. Treible, we both went over the x-rays taken 2 days earlier, and he pointed out that my left knee was "beyond bone-on-bone". He said I "had been living on borrowed time with this knee for a while, and that time is up." I definitely agreed. We then had a long discussion about options for the future, which given my stated desire to remain active (tournament tennis, aggressive hiking, biking) were pretty much limited to a full knee replacement. Dr. Treible was very knowledgeable and, more importantly, very open and complete in his explanations of the intricacies of choosing a type of knee, ie whether to use cement or to allow the bone to grow into the metal knee parts, all based on my personal goals for my future activity level. In short, I was impressed with both Dr. Treible's experience (many knee replacement procedures over the past 15 years, very low incidence of infection) and his willingness to work with me to choose the best course of action.
    Since I was basically out of action already, my desire was to have the knee replacement done as soon as possible. I had expected that scheduling would put the surgery out a couple of months, but to my surprise I was able to schedule it in less than 2 weeks. This was another big plus! In the ensuing time till the surgery I continued to research Dr. Treible as well as other possible surgeons who had been recommended to me, and I got glowing recommendations from my personal doctor, my chiropractor, and perhaps most importantly, the nursing staff at Mt. Hood Medical Center, where Dr. Treible does his surgery. (The nurses are the ones who really know what's up, as my two R.N. sisters had advised me.) So by the time of the surgery, I was comfortable and confident with my choice.
    The surgery went smoothly, although really I didn't experience a thing since the anesthetic did its job well. In speaking to Dr. Treible afterward, he said that it turned out to be a "really interesting surgery" because of some extra bone tissue that I had grown on my femur over the years and because of the excessive wear on another part of the femur due to the years of bone-on-bone. He had to make some in-procedure adjustments to the fitting of the knee hardware to allow for these conditions, and to enable my new leg construction to be both straight (my collapsed knee had pointed my shinbone outward) and the correct length to match my good leg. He got quite excited talking about it, and I really appreciated the passion he obviously felt about it. I very much appreciated his talking in detail about the process.
    So now I am almost six weeks into the rehab/recovery process, which is definitely the hard part (for me). All appears to be going well - I have had my 5-week review with Dr. Treible and he continues to be forthcoming in answering all my questions. I fully intend to get back on the tennis court and on the hiking trails, and am already starting to ride my bike - all with Dr. Treible's enthusiastic but cautious support. He made me promise not to jump off anything - I made that promise. In summation, I would say that although Dr. Treible is not really a "hold your hand" type bedside doctor, he is very responsive to any questions and requests for details. I have fully enjoyed my interactions with him and very much respect his knowledge, expertise, and commitment. Here's hoping that my dedication to rehab therapy will bring my body back to prime condition now that he has done his part.
    - Roger N.
  • A
    O'Shea, John J.
    My husband was totally sold on him and liked him a lot. His office was pleasant and nearby. They also took our insurance. My husband was happy with all the people in the waiting room and they all said that he was a great doctor. His knee is fine now.
    - Carol T.
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