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  • F
    Summit Orthopedics
    Unfortunately Summit misdiagnosed my daughter with a broken knee. They gave her a leg brace and told her to come back the following week. I fortunately brought her to Gillette the next morning and they were prepared to give her surgery to prevent her knee cap from separating. Gillette diagnosed her with a common over use injury as she is a gymnast. They told her not to wear the brace as it would cause pain and muscle wasting. She rested her knee for four weeks and she is fine now. I filed a grievance with Summit and they refused to take the brace and appointment fee off bill. I will pay for x-ray, but I now have filed complaint with attorney general. I would not recommend bringing children to Summit as they have growth plates and need a pediatric person to diagnose them.
    - Michelle G.
  • A
    Twin Cities Orthopedics
    Outstanding! The fourth undid what the previous surgeon had failed at, miserably. Surgeon and staff were outstanding. Dr Owen O���Neill was able to remove the failed replacement and make the knee functional again, and repair all the damage that was done by the previous surgeon, including the skin graft done previously. Truly I and others consider him the best there is, and that includes close relatives and friends who were also patients of Dr O���Neill. My compliments to Dr O���Neill and his staff.
    - Daniel H.
  • F
    Knoxville Orthopedics
    Horrible. First replacement a tool or foreign object was left in the knee. Second replacement too much skin tissue was removed and ensuing infection, third replacement an antibiotic spacer was installed requiring a fourth replacement. WOULD NOT recommend going near the place. After care was non existent. Had to have the knee replaced correctly a fourth time back in Minnesota. Dr Brian Covino was the KCO surgeon. Skin graft (two) were required ti minimally fix the damage Dr Covino caused. I almost lost the leg as a result of his initial and subsequent surgeries. There was no remorse on his part or that of KCO. My knee will never be fully healed thanks to him and no compensation or offer of any.. I was ignored by Covenent Heath���s CEO when I complained to him via letter. No response or further contact. With DR Covino, no offer to resolve issue. To them it was if it never happened. TN law and statute of limitations I think is criminal.
    - Daniel H.
  • F
    Summit Orthopedics
    Expensive lesson learned. They DO NOT do any hands on work (which is what everyone told me made osteopaths so amazing). Instead, they only recommend/perform injections or surgeries. Overall, a very profit oriented business (i.e. treatments that require the least amount of doctor interaction). I spent over an hour there (less than 10 minutes with doctor) and left with a physical therapy referral and a $605 bill. Yay.
    - Sam E.
  • F
    Midwest Ear Nose & Throat Specialists
    Horribly!! Dr campenlli worked for lifestyle lift while still maintains his other practice many years ago. I went there for a facelift. I was only given a Xanax for pain while my face was being ripped apart. Halfway thru the procedure he left me there reeling in pain and came back 10 minutes later!! Results were awful. He offered to fix it but I didn't want him near my face again!! It was a horrible experience. Emotionally physically and financially. I just recently had a real dr fix it.the difference is nite and day!! He's arrogant as well. Please avoid at all cost. Have heard of two other women who had the same experience with him!
    - robin b.
  • A
    Twin Cities Foot & Ankle Clinic
    Words are insufficient to describe the depth of good feeling I have for Dr. Sperling and her clinic, but let me try. She is extraordinarily generous, flexible, knowledgeable and a wonderful communicator - while displaying a heart-tugging compassion and decency. Our story: Alarmed by an abrupt redness and swelling of my elderly dad's second toe, I called the clinic in late December seeking guidance (and assurance) from Dr. Sperling. She called back within an hour and told me she could see him in two days but if it got worse in the interim, take him to Urgent Care. It did and I did, but after the visit, the toe discolored even more, so Dr. Sperling kindly squeezed us into her sked the next day. She immediately took x-rays, which revealed a bad infection that had spread to the bone, then she pus-drained his toe which was crucial to start the healing. Three days later, on a Sunday, Dr. Sperling called me, unprompted, to check on my dad - and assure me that we/she will monitor it closely and he should be fine. Over the next two months, in lieu of visits which were logistically difficult, I periodically e-mailed pics to the doctor documenting my dad's progress - and setbacks. At one point, late on a Friday evening, she invited me to call her cell phone so she could brief me on a new antibiotic. A week ago, my dad, who has Alzheimer's, refused to go to a scheduled appointment. Clinic assistant Melanie offered to squeeze us in ANY time during remaining hours. We didn't make it, so Melanie went a step further, scheduling us the next day. We MADE it, and Dr. Sperling was cautiously optimistic that my dad was healing properly so that he wouldn't need to return. But the doctor didn't stop there. Emphasizing twice that she wanted to "make it easy for us," she offered, if necessary, to make a house visit to my dad - which she rarely does for existing patients. Four years ago, I sought Dr. Sperling for my dad precisely because of the wonderful commendations and reviews. Here's hoping that others are similarly influenced by this review - and experience all of the varied and extraordinary skills that she brings to her profession.
    - Gary John B.
  • B
    Allina Health Highland Park Clinic
    There were several issues I wanted to discuss. One was pain in both my hands. She diagnosed one pain from the description and gave me hand outs for PT exercises. The other pain in that hand she refused to address. She had an Xray done of the other hand and said it was arthritis. I had a feeling the other pain in the other hand was the same thing but she refused to do an Xray. I also was having pain in my neck and as I recall she didn't address that with an Xray either. After those discussions I started to ask her about being more tired than I used to be. In a terse voice she said "I sleep ten hours a night and I'm tired all the time" and she got up and walked out of the room. I was so stunned I followed her, trying to continue the discussion about my health but she was dismissive and walked away.
    - Catharine M.
  • A
    Platinum Health Solutions
    in November of 2013 I was experiencing excruciating pain in my right knee. After seeking medical attention, I was told that it was actually my lower back causing the pain. My L5 and S1 bones were pinching the nerves to my leg. They recommended physical therapy. I have never had good results from physical therapy so I was seeking out a chiropractor. I met Dr. Stuckey and he recommended decompression treatment. I was happy to report that the pain in my knee diminished after I finished his recommended decompression treatment. Once again I started experiencing the same symptoms 5 years later, BUT on my left side. Without hesitation, I contacted Dr. Stuckey again. I am happy to say the pain is about gone out of my leg after 6 decompression treatments, PEMP treatment and adjustments. I would recommend Dr. Stuckey for care. He is a very caring and knowledgeable doctor.
    - Kimberly L.
  • F
    Minnesota Gastroenterology
    My wife was seen at the Eagan clinic on three occasions after serious GI distress from a course of antibiotics. From the beginning, the diagnostic process was scattershot, the physician and office staff did a poor job of being responsive to her stated concerns, and the level of basic human consideration for her obvious pain was zero. After registering strong complaints about the "treatment plan" and "care" -- which included a colon cleanse that made the situation worse -- we returned to see a second doctor at the same clinic. That doctor was arrogant and condescending, again unwilling to take a thoughtful approach to my wife's concerns -- but perfectly willing to prescribe a high-dose course of proton-pump acid inhibitors without evidence that over-acidity was the source of the problem. When we tried to engage the doctor in other diagnostic or nutrition ideas to address the issue, we were waved off, because those approaches were not on the clinic's narrow "gold standard" menu of options. If you want a clinic that will "check the box" within a narrow set of diagnostic parameters for a GI issue, go here. If you want a clinic and doctors who will actually listen, take a more open-minded approach to the overall situation, and consider a broad range of options for treating that situation, avoid this office at all costs. Because patient-centered care is not how they do business.
    - Brett P.
  • F
    Minnesota Gastroenterology PA
    My wife was seen at the Eagan clinic of Minnesota Gastro on three occasions after serious GI distress from a course of antibiotics. From the beginning, the diagnostic process was scattershot, the physician and office staff did a poor job of being responsive to her stated concerns, and the level of basic human consideration for her obvious pain was zero. After registering strong complaints about the "treatment plan" and "care" -- which included a colon cleanse that made the situation worse -- we returned to see a second doctor at the same clinic. That doctor was arrogant and condescending, again unwilling to take a thoughtful approach to my wife's concerns -- but perfectly willing to prescribe a high-dose course of proton-pump acid inhibitors without evidence that over-acidity was the source of the problem. When we tried to engage the doctor in other diagnostic or nutrition ideas to address the issue, we were waved off, because those approaches were not on the clinic's narrow "gold standard" menu of options. If you want a clinic that will "check the box" within a narrow set of diagnostic parameters for a GI issue, go here. If you want a clinic and doctors who will actually listen, take a more open-minded approach to the overall situation, and consider a broad range of options for treating that situation, avoid this office at all costs. Because patient-centered care is not how they do business.
    - Brett P.
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