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Recent Orthopedic Reviews in Shelbyville

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    Secor, Dr. Mark R.
    I sat in the waiting room for a long timeb ut once I met Dr Secor I knew why.  He takes extra special personal time with his patients and gets to know them as he examines the injury.  When I left I felt I knew what was wrong and how to deal with it.  JI felt like he really cared whether I got begtter or not and about me as a person.
    - laura s.
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    Jackson Purchase Medical Center
    Found a great new ortho to treat my arm injury. Wonderful and very knowledgable. Ordered tests to get to the bottom of my problem. I'm very hopeful that I finally found the right doctor and the hospital is very nice including the staff. I will never go to another hospital again. It's a far drive but worth it!
    - Kim S.
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    Vincent Genovese MD
    I've been going to Dr. Genovese for five years. He's a great surgeon. He is a great listener and he takes his time with me.
    - Shannon K.
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    David Jenkinson MD
    I was recommended to go to him. He has done a lot of surgeries on hockey players. He's a really nice guy. I only spent one day in the hospital and went to work two days after. He didn't want to tell me go back to work, but I talked him into it.
    - David M.
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    Ted Rogers MD
    I think he is very personable, very knowledgeable and he is kind of no nonsense person. The staff is very nice and efficient.
    - Kristin B.
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    Tillett, Dr. Edward E.
    Dr. Edward D. Tillett, Md. evaluated my pain problem and sent scheduled me for an MRI. The MRI revealed that I had an additional tear which the civilian orthopedics surgeon within the Military hospital did not detect. Dr. Edward D. Tillett, Md. scheduled me for surgery and repaired the tear. Dr. Edward D. Tillett, Md. takes the time to listen and cares about his patients. The waiting time to see him could be up to two hours for a scheduled appointment. So, if you do not have two hours to waste, schedule your appointment early in the morning. However, it is well worth the wait to see this competent Doctor. My problem was accurately diagnosed. The doctor spent enough time with me. And there was an appropriate follow up after my visit.
    - Gil S.
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    Twin Lakes Medical Foundation
    It went very well, the staff knew what they were doing and they took good care of me, and were friendly.
    - Brandi G.
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    Premier Orthopaedic And Sports Medicine
    I seen Dr. Ball and I couldnt have asked for a better dr. He was very converned with my issue and made sure that I was included and okay with every step we took toward my recovery. He was very professional and helped to heal my ankle and tendons.
    - jami h.
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    University of Kentucky ORS/SPM
    She had hip surgery on 7/25/2013 the doctor was very nice and did a very good job on the hip replacement.
    - Donna B.
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    Cumberland Orthopedic & Sports Medicine PLLC
    Wait was not overly long in waiting room. Removal of cast was fast and painless, as was x-ray. Rarely is the wait more than 5 minutes after you get back to an exam room before either the nurse or Dr. Ball appears. After beginning to remove the stitches, the nurse told me they had scabbed over and she may have to wiggle and tug a bit to get them, and that if it hurt, just to let her know and she would spray some numbing spray on them. The stitches were quite resistant to coming out, so she had to use the spay, which numbed them instantly. When the stitches were out, Dr. Ball came in and told me the x-rays showed that the bone was healing very well and that I could now use the air cast and walker instead of a wheel chair. That was such a relief! Each person that I have had contact with at the office has been super nice and caring. I have great confidence in Dr. Ball and the staff and will continue my follow-ups as long as doctor says I should. I am still not permitted to swim or do much exercise like I want to. Dr. Ball says healing is the main focus at this time. We want to make sure I heal good and thoroughly before putting any stress on that bone. We also are keeping an eye on the outside tendon, which may be torn, as it hurts at times more than the surgery site. Heal the bone first, so that it doesn't break again, then we will worry about the tendon or any other problem that may crop up. I find that I look forward to my appointments because I know Dr. Ball cares and wants me to heal correctly. That means a lot.
    - Juanita W.
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