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Orthopedic reviews in Brookwood

  • A
    Lucie King MD
    She is a good orthopedic doctor. She will get us in and out at the office visit so we don't have to be at the doctor's office for an hour. She will get us in and out within half an hour. Everything is excellent. Her availability is great.
    - Pam S.
  • A
    Uab Highlands
    Very well. We went to an orientation meeting before the surgery and got some literature; Dr. Moore answered our questions about it. During the hospital stay, staff was very attentive (almost too attentive, when you consider what our insurance must have paid for the staffing costs!) Anyone concerned about sustainability and leaving a small environmental footprint is going to be struck by how much material hospitals throw away -- but that's not just UAB Highlands' problem, it's the whole health care system.
    - Pieter V.
  • A
    Donald Scott MD
    While joint replacement surgery can be painful, he made sure I recieved the best possible care that can be provided including stressing the importance of physical rehabilitation following the surgery. He checked daily to see how I was progressing. When an infection formed on the scar tissue over a year later thru reasons not related to the surgery, he went out of his way to see to it that I recieved the best care to preserve the knee replacement. He still continues to see me for folow ups regarding the knee replacement to insure it is working properly. I am very greatful to him for his tireless efforts to insure I recieved the best care I have ever gotten from any surgeon. I would recommmend him to anyone who needed a knee replacement or any other orthopedic services.
    - Michael P.
  • A
    Bassett, Dr. Timothy
    He doesn't prescribe medicine unless it's absolutely necessary. He has a policy if you have surgery, you must get your medicine from him. He doesn't over medicate, he wants to get you well. This practice is top notch and professional. I have my first appointment with him next week. My regular orthopedist was just killed in an accident, and I'm seeing Dr. Bassette as his replacement.
    - Victor C.
  • A
    University Orthopedic Clinic
    Overall my experience was great. I had to wait about 20 minutes in the waiting room before being called back, but the office manager came out and offered me a drink. Once I was called back, I waited about 5 minutes in the room to see the doctor. The doctor ordered an x-ray on my wrist and his x-ray tech was very nice and efficient. Beyond that, the doctor performed the treatment on my wrist and I was there for less than an hour.
    - Johnathan S.
  • A
    University Orthopedic Clinic
    Excellent experience with the first physician. He was straightforward about the presenting problem. I am pleased with the specialist referral and plan to proceed with surgery.
    - Linda H.
  • B
    St. Vincents Prof Bldg
    The morning of my appointment, I called to find out if I could eat or drink. Angela answered the phone and I told her I had a and quot;Army physicaland quot;. She told me and quot;We don't do Army physicalsand quot;, I replied that they do because I was headed there for one. I informed her it was through LHI and asked if I could eat or drink, as I had not and quot;since 8 or 9 o'clock last nightand quot;. She said I had to ask them. REALLY??? My paperwork was sent directly to the clinic. So, I hung up and called LHI and was informed that I could eat. I arrived and called from the parking plaza to ask where the clinic was in relation to and quot;Parking 2and quot;. and quot;We''re in building 2and quot;. Ok, so I just walked the street and asked the FedEx guy, who pointed to the building across the street. Again, REALLY??? I arrived and discovered that they only had paperwork for one portion of my physical. So, I had to call LHI to have it resent. I asked to go to the restroom and as the girl was directing me behind the door inside the clinic, ANGELA cut her off and told me and quot;in the hall, across from the elevatorsand quot;. Needless to say, that wasn't as simple as it sounded. Once my paperwork arrived and Angela handed it to me, she seemed a wee bit more genial. I guessing it was the stack of papers that made her momentarily sympathetic. Each packet comes with a service review, which I Ieft in the packet. I was called back to the desk and after I completed the signature I missed, I asked for the review paper. At this point, I just went with the concept that Angela doesn't get many of these or she was fairly new. My basic care was performed by Tina. MUCH BETTER. Initially, perfunctory, Tina warmed up as I quipped about shrinking an inch and the eye exam machine (apparently many people have the same complaints). Tina explained everything, made sure the exam room was properly prepped and was good-natured about my wisecracks. She was the best service provider. The CRNP was Jessica and she was pleasant enough. She maintained appropriate modesty and was clear in her directions. Nothing exciting but I would not go there for anything other than mandatory treatment. While in the waiting room, they had A LOT of job applicants and workplace injuries. Not my kind of place.
    - Invera W.
  • B
    University Orthopedic Clinic
    My knee is still in the process of recovering, so I cannot speak to the overall finish. But it is much better than it was. My physical therapy was excellent. Staff and therapists were friendly, very effective and treated me as a human being not a number. They also cared about me, which was very refreshing.
    - maria s.
  • D
    The SpineCare Center
    I saw Dr. Spruill for lower back pain, which he diagnosed as a bulging disc, impinged nerves and mild vertebra crack. I returned three times for caudal steroid injections, which didn't help the pain very much at all. After the final one in October, I hadn't seen any improvement, so he referred me to a neurosurgeon. At that appointment, I had different x-rays (s***** rather than standing) done, and I learned my problem actually is a birth defect that ultimately will require surgery. I'm unhappy that the problem went undiagnosed at the Spine Center for close to a year; meanwhile, I paid more than $400 in copays, not to mention multiple medications, when I could've simply had the surgery I needed long ago if the problem had been diagnosed correctly.
    - Vanessa R.
  • F
    Boston Jr, Dr. Hugh C
    Went to Dr. Boston for back problems. He gave me the run around with phyiscal therapy, MRI, and one epidural spine block (you are able to do a series of three). I revisted after block experiencing worse pain that I had prior. He tells me that can't be true and to take advil for three months then come back to see him. I spent $2500 out of pocket in one month and still have no pain relief. He would not even order a second epidural block. I will never be back to him and would suggest avoiding at all costs.
    - Katie M.
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