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Great. She spends as much time as is necessary (not the usual "5 minute consultation" and treated me with respect. She continues to work with me, consulting specialists, and spending as much time as necessary to figure out the problem. It's not un usual for her to get down onto the floor to check something about my feet or ankles, and she's holding fast to a potential problem noticed on a test that the other doctors are ignoring. She's also halping me with orthopedic related problems that go back to an accident 45 years ago and I'm making progress that I never have before.- Faith M.
I have a long history of low back pain with radiation to my right leg and foot. The symptoms are caused by spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, herniated disks, etc. I went to Dr Provider name locked. to ask about decompression treatments and find out what other recommendations he had. He suggested epidural steroid injections followed by physical therapy. I went ahead with the injections and also the PT. I had 2 injections a month apart, and both were very helpful in relieving my symptoms. The physical therapy (done by a different organization) has so far been less helpful but probably takes more time to know if it's working. Dr. Provider name locked. specializes in pain management and seems well versed in all the different options. He does the epidurals at a surgical center in NW Tucson, using fluoroscopy to insure that the steroid goes in the right place. He does a lot of epidurals and I was impressed with his expertise in performing them. He is also a doctor you can talk to, he listens carefully and shows genuine concern for his patients, including calling them a few days later to see how they are doing. I would not hesitate to go back to him if I needed another epidural or other pain management procedure in the future.- TED P.