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  • A
    Kelly, Dr. James M.
    Thank God for Angie's List....I rely on it when we move especially for Doctors. I found Dr Kelly not only here on Angie's list but also on Healthgrades and Vitals, all had stellar reviews of Dr Kelly. When I called for an appointment and was told Dr Kelly only saw patients on Tuesdays and Thursdays I thought and quot;great it'll take months to get in to see himand quot;, surprisingly I got an appointment the following week. His office was easy to find, very neat and clean and his receptionist was very nice and very helpful. I was given the usual raft of registration papers, before I could finish filling them out the nurse called me back to the exam room. Ok...this is great...short wait time....one check in the good column. His nurse Anna was very nice, she did the preliminary history questions, weight, BP, temp....the normal stuff you get in a doctors office. Shortly after Anna left the room Dr Kelly came in and shook our hands when introducing himself (my husband was with me). Dr Kelly asked a ton of questions about previous tests...procedures ...meds....what helped what didn't. I was very impressed with all his questions. He did a through exam of cervical and lumbar areas, did the neurological tests and asked a TON of questions. After his exam he said before he did anything he wanted to see a current MRI as the one I had was 17 months old. I asked to have it done in a open MRI machine....I have claustrophobia from the old and quot;coffinand quot; MRI machines. Anna said theirs wasn't called and open MRI machine but suggested I look at their machine to see if I could tolerate it. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw their machine....it looked like a CAT scanner, the head and foot are completely open. So I told her yes I could tolerate it and that it was the same kind that the hospital in GA called their and quot;open MRI machineand quot;. Expecting to be given a appointment to come back....they said if I had the time they could do it right then and there. Well alright. I had only the lumbar done. The whole thing took less than 45 minutes from start to finish. I was given a follow-up appoint for the next Tuesday to discus the results with Dr Kelly. As with the first appointment the waiting room wait was short as was the wait to see Dr Kelly. We discussed the MRI results and was pleasantly surprised when Dr Kelly gave me a few options on what he thought could possibly help me. I had seen a neuro-surgeon the previous year in SC who said he wouldn't touch me given my history and severity of problems. Dr Kelly recommended seeing a neuro-surgeon here in IL just so we could compare, I agreed his suggestion. I had had steroid injections in my lower back and gel injections in my knee. My Dr in SC was very young and had great difficulty getting the needle in the limited space in both my knee and back, given the fact that Dr Kelly was more than 20 years older than my previous Dr I figured he had a whole lot more experience with the injections I decided to give him a chance and see if he could succeed where others had failed. I saw Dr Kelly last Thursday (10/14/13), for a steroid injection in my knee. Already I can see this was a wise decision....he believes in giving a steroid injection in the knee before trying the gel....his belief is that the steroid will calm the inflammation before attempting the gel injections. Sound theory as far as I was concerned. My husband was with me, had no idea how the injection would make me feel. I was amazed....Dr Kelly was extremely gentle and the injection was hardly felt. No Novocain...wasn't needed. The knee was alittle sore afterwards....I iced it and the next day felt some relief from pain. I see Dr Kelly Thursday for the first gel injection......I'm praying I get good results.
    All in all I found Dr Kelly to be extremely kind, knowledgeable, patient and I will definitely keep seeing him. He's the first doctor that hasn't said and quot;we'll do what we can to keep your pain level as minimal as possible but given the severity that's all we can doand quot;. Dr Kelly has spoken of new procedures....and laughed when I told him what I usually get told. He told me that's just a CYA attitude and that's NOT the way he wants his patients to live. He said that technology is always changing and evolving and he believes in keeping himself up to date. I'm impressed!!
    - Diane S.
  • A
    Downey, Dr. John M.
    He is an actual doctor in pain management, he has kept me from being in a wheelchair. His whole office is phenomenal! They have a PT on staff as well, and they are one of the best physical therapists I have used for 13 years and my daughter also sees them. You don't have to wait here and it's fantastic!
    - Diane S.
  • B
    Medical Associates Clinic PC
    Terrible. Dr wasn't interested in the prior Drs treatment plan. She said and quot;We don't do things that way out here.!!!and quot;
    - Francis A.
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