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Recent Shoulder Pain Reviews in Coral Springs

  • A
    Levy, Dr. Jonathan
    He is very personable and very friendly. He thoroughly explained everything. He didn't push surgery and didn't mind a lot of questions.
    - Andrew R.
  • A
    Jorge Cabrera MD
    He had to re-brake my wrist. He had to put back nerves and tendons back together. He is very consciousness. He is a very caring person. He did not do anything unnecessary.
    - Angie A.
  • A
    David Font-Rodriguez MD
    I saw Dr. David Font-Rodriguez there, he's my orthopedic surgeon. I had surgery three months ago. My experience with him was very good. He's got very good bedside manner. He's very intelligent and his patient care is excellent. Surgery wise he's excellent too. I had a shoulder replacement and if I had to do anything else I would go back to him. We have to wait quite a while before he actually sees us in the office when we go in.
    - victoria d.
  • A
    Levy, Dr. Jonathan
    He has had a great experience. He has been excellent. The appointments have been on time, they answer all of your questions and the follow-up has been great. I can't enough good things about then.
    - Annemarie A.
  • B
    Jorge Cabrera MD
    I have to go and see him today. The office is a little crowded, but the seating was comfortable. The staff was professional and courteous. The bedside manner was okay.
    - Linda K.
  • D
    DeSimone, Dr. Alfred A.
    Amazingly bad on a number of levels! 2 visits to the office to address this injury. First visit was entirely handled by an assisting physician, who was reasonable in asking questions regarding my long complicated history of injuries and advanced severe osteoarthritis. My basic complaint centered on substantial increase in pain with either spontaneous dislocation or substantial loose body in the shoulder joint. Ordered an MRI. It was almost a month before a follow-up appointment could be scheduled. The radiology report for the MRI described 8 significant issues with the shoulder joint, including a 6mm long loose body in the shoulder capsule. Other damage, some from previous injuries, indicated the eventual need for shoulder replacement surgery. Unfortunately, Dr. DeSimone seemed skeptical regarding some of the MRI findings or confused me with another patient. Despite the MRI reports clear description of the loose body in the joint, Dr. DeSimone expressed doubt regarding its existence and suggested he might be unable to locate it via arthroscopy. I described precisely the nature of the acute pain I was experiencing and the circumstances that brought it about. Still, Dr. DeSimone stated that my best hope for getting better was to begin physical therapy and to apply an ice pack daily. I know enough from prior injuries and their effective treatment that physical therapy and ice packs will not result in substantive improvement. Nothing will help until the primary source of the pain & inflamation is removed from the joint capsule. When I asked Dr. DeSimone directly about an arthroscopy to remove the loose body his exact words were: "We don't practice that kind of medicine here", spoken with conspicuous condecension. I was shocked by his response. He apparently wasn't prepared to listen to my complaint or had made up his mind about a treatment plan before talking to me. The imaging center that performed the MRI & prepared the radiology report is frequently utilized by Dr. DeSimone, so it seems unlikely he would distrust their report. In any event, my most charitable interpretation is that Dr. DeSimone had confused my report with another of the 20 MRI reports he must have seen that day and made up his mind on erroneous information. His dismissive attitude toward my complaint and the condecension in his tone of voice were simply insulting. Medical tragedies frequently start with a doctor who knows so much he doesn't have to respect or even listen to the patient.
    - Michael P.
  • F
    Orthopaedic Center-S Florida
    Once entering the facility, the desk staff were more interested in chatting with the UPS delivery person and each other, than facilitating signing in the patients. The doctor had the worst bedside manner. He barely spoke with me-less than 10 minutes- but my insurance company was charged 400 for the office visit, plus another fee for "medical care". I brought x-rays from an urgent care center, and the doctor didn't "like" them and wanted to take more. I was never provided the opportunity to see my films, and only at the second visit was I able to find {due to me asking} out what bone was fractured, but was not afforded the opportunity to see the films - after I had asked at the first visit. At the initial visit, I explained to the dr. that I was provided with Hydrocondone for pain and Ibuprophen for inflammation, but only used the Ibuprophen. He still wrote me a prescription for more Hydrocondone, although I had plenty on hand. While being splinted, I was taken to a room where other patients who were clearly in pain, were being fitted for many types of apparatuses, with no privacy.The technician assigned to me was upset that the information she was given regarding my splint was not complete, and had to ask three times of what type of splint was ordered.  At the follow-up, more x-rays were ordered and the tech wasn't sure what he should be filming. The dr. would barely answer my questions and actually asked me when I was injured, and how long I had a sling/splint on my arm! - I had to remind him of my injury, although only two weeks had elapsed. Upon receiving my statement of benefits, from my provider for the initial visit, I noticed the "office visit charge", the medical care charge, x-ray and med. supply charge. When "checking out" during my second visit, I was told that I "had to pay for my x-rays", when I inquired why, given they charged my insurance company the last time, I was told because you have to. I'm sure there are many good physicians at this location, but I will never return nor recommend that any one else go there.
    - Karolynne G.
  • F
    Commonwealth Orthopaedics
    I made an appointment with Commonwealth Orthopaedics to obtain a second opinion. I used Angie's List to help me find a reputable doctor close to home. The appointment I made was the first of the day - 0800 a.m. I was told to come in a little early to fill out paperwork. I arrived at 0755 a.m. and was told by the staff that because I had previously visited Commonwealth, all they need was for me to verify my insurance data. The staff was pleasant and courteous. I waited until 0830 when I inquired at the front desk if the doctor would be much longer. I was informed at that time the doctor was not present as he had not yet arrived. I decided I would leave as they did not know when he would arrive. I expressed my frustration about the doctor's discourtesy and notified them I would write this up on Angie's List. I then left as I wasted the better part of the morning driving an extra 20 miles out of my way to see a doctor who wasn't even there.
    - Rick D.
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