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Recent Pediatric Orthopedics Reviews in Grosse Ile

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    Dr. Zaltz spent quite a bit looking at the X-ray and ultrasound (we took at his request before seeing him), then he examined our daughter thoroughly. His verdict is: she's fine. He's pretty candid about what he thought the radiologist saw: nothing. He actually said that it might be overcautious because of fear of cause for litigation...Overall he's very attentive and easy to understand in explaining everything. He's also quite fun to talk to in general.
    - Bing W.
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    Rochester Hills Orthopaedics
    My son injured his arm. We visited our family physician who sent us for an Xray, then referred us to the Rochester Hills Orthopaedics group to have the arm set. We phoned RH Ortho from the hospital and was given an appointment 2+ hours later. We arrived early (and quot;to fill out the insurance formsand quot;, all this group really cares about) and waited another 2+ hours in the waiting room! Then we were taken to the casting room (not a patient room) where we waited over an hour for the doctor! During our time in the casting room, my 7 year old was not only in pain, but nervous watching the other patients get their casts sawed off, which was only exacerbated when the ?doctors assistant? (not really sure, no name tag and no title) asked him how much his arm hurt, e.g. and quot;on a scale from one - ten, one being not at all and ten being you want to cut your arm offand quot;. I am guessing this office doesn't deal with children very often. Totally unimpressed with the doctor as well. When he finally graced us with his presence (over 5 hours now), he breezed into the casting room, pointed at the arm break on the X-ray and stated my son would need a cast and quot;if that sounded good to usand quot;. Sounded good to us? Um, yeah, HE was the doctor and that was why we were there! After his 3 minute chat, he breezed out and another (technician) set my sons arm. Never saw the doctor again. Ta-Da! We did return for a 2 week checkup. Same thing. Over 2+ hour wait, casting room, doctor for 2 minutes, out the door. Returned in another 4 weeks to have the cast cut off. Repeat. Over 2+ hours, technician started to cut off my sons cast, cut his skin, walked out of the room, never saw her again. Xray tech came in, asked who left him like that (how would we know? nobody introduced themselves or wore a name badge), another tech came in, cut off the rest of the cast, he had an X-ray, the doctor came in for his usual 2 minute chat, said it had been over 6 weeks so the bump was just fine...(actually it had been 6 weeks to the DAY, not and quot;overand quot;) Clearly this office doesn't give a hoot about their pediatric patients. We were supposed to go for a final check-up, but they called the day of the appointment and cancelled. We will NOT be going back!
    - Stacy C.
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    Beals-Becker, Dr. Lynn
    We went to Dr. Beals-Becker twice.  The visits lasted 45 minutes; she observed the nursing then "adjusted" his cranial plates.  Really?  I'm not a medical doctor, but I do have a master's degree in mechanical engineering and I can tell you that whatever she did, it was not with enough force to permanently move anything (nor would I really want that kind of force applied to my child's head, come to think of it).  After the first failure, she said we'd have to come back again so she could do some more "work" but she didn't really communicate what she "improvement" she made on the first visit and what would actually happen at the next visit.  We went anyway, since our baby was still not breast feeding, and got the same story the second time around.  No explanation.  No observable improvement.  My guess is that she would have been happy to have us keep coming until he figured it out himself, at which point I'm sure she would have happily taken credit for it.  The lack of specific communication about what she actually thought the problem was and how she was going to fix it leads me to believe that Dr. Beals-Becker did not actually perform any medically credible services.
    - Chris M.
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