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    Jorge Martinez MD
    I have had surgery with Dr. Martinez a several times. 1999 – cervical laminectomy and discectomy – 2008 - carpal tunnel left wrist - carpal tunnel right wrist - 2008 -Lumbar laminectomy and discectomy- L4- L5, L5 -S1, and spinal fusion using cage, rod and screws, Bone graft gonenorphogenic protein, bone marrow aspiration My neck surgery was horrific. The pain was almost more than I could bear, but that was because I did not have the surgery before I began having pain in my neck. The symptoms before the pain were numbness in my arm and shoulder pain- all related to my neck. I waited much to long to have the neck surgery, and the pain was horrendous. I am fine today. I have had no problems with my carpal tunnel surgery that Dr. Martinez performed. Both hands went numb constantly before the surgery. I would not hesitate to use him again. I suffered back pain for more than 20 years. I am pain free in my back today as a result of his surgery. His staff is always warm. He is warm. His wife who works with him is adorable and warm. They appear to have a genuine care and concern for their patients. I highly recommend his skills.
    - Jeanne L.
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    Nanda, Dr. Anil
    He is one of the top Neurosurgeons in the country. He is an excellent doctor. I've only seen him twice, once right before surgery and once after. I highly recommend him and it's really hard to get in to see him because he is so busy. He's real good. I was in the hospital for two days after surgery and then I was out doing well. I'm feeling better than what I was, I couldn't stand on my feet but now I can and walk a little further than I could. He probably would operate on me if I went back but I don't want another surgery. It's hard to get an appointment with him; I waited like two months to get an appointment with him. The last time I called them, I told if they don't give me an appointment I was going to be in a wheelchair. That's when they decided to call me and set me up an appointment. When I had the appointment I got real upset with them because I thought they sending people in that came in after me. They put me in a room and let me be there for an hour, they really made me mad. The doctor was friendlier than the staff.
    - Betsy H.
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    Cavanaugh, Dr. David
    He did what he said he was going to do. He explained everything including the risk we were taking and that it might not work. He was just as pleasantly surprised when it did. It was an overnight change and my husband woke up 10 years younger. It was fantastic and miraculous almost. Everything was easy there. His office environment was fine, but he could've had a closer bathroom.
    - Donna B.
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    Willis, Dr. Brian K.
    He's really good. The reason I didn't see him anymore was because he was in the reserves and he had to go to Iraq. He is back now. He was real nice. He is supposed to be excellent on laparoscopic surgeries. I saw him on and off for about a year.
    - Linda M.
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