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  • Terrible experience......might be ok if you have an obvious problem like a broken leg or ankle.  Turns out that I had a pinched nerve in my spinal cord.....he was not qualified to treat this type of injury even though I kept explaining my symptoms.  I ended up seeing a neurologist who found the problem right away after the first diagnostic test.  Dr. Flood put me through a gambit of tests that would have never found this...he is an orthopedic doc....just wasted a huge amount of my time and money.  I am a senior citizen/retiree and it was a very expensive ordeal for me.  I have seen another prominent orthopedic surgeon in the Lansing area  for other orthopedic injuries and he will tell you if he cannot help you with your problem, which is what a good doctor SHOULD DO!
    - Shirley R.
  • The service is good, the staff was even better. The office is clean and neat. I saw 2 doctors there and they took very good care of me, one of the doctors did surgery on me. All I know is his name was Michael. He was fantastic, explained everything and took very good care of me. He made sure he did the right hand, I came out with all of my fingers. If I need to see him, I'd see him again. He did a carpal tunnel surgery and he an on the nerve surgery and I had to go back to see him about my knees because now I've had my hands altogether now my knees started hurting. He took very good care of me. They did xrays and he told me that I need to do exercise, no surgery. They don't cut on you unless they were absolutely have to so I trust him and that's very important. If you're a little older, you don't want a quack cut in your hand, you don't want a doctor, "Oh let's cut it. Let's do surgery" so my doctor told me you just need to exercise.
    - Panasle B.
  • 11 days after my first appointment they had a cancellation.  He put me at the top of the cancellation list because my hip was degenerating.  They do joint replacement, fracture care, and arthroscopy.  He is an extremely caring person.  He takes time with his patients.  He will listen to what you have to say.  He will help with medications if there are some that don't work for you.  Every person on his staff that I came in contact with appears to have the mission that they are there to help the patient.  The last time I saw him for my pre-op appointment was a Friday afternoon and there was a therapy dog in the waiting room.  He said hello everybody and everyone wanted to pet him and say hello.  It was a wonderful surprise to walk in and have that.  Dr. Mesko has excellent staff, checks on you in the hospital, and they send you an entire pocket folder that has explanations of who they do business with as far as anesthesia, home care, and all of the information you will need.  If you ask, they will supply you with a dvd of the procedure you are having done if you want to watch it.  They supply the prescriptions for your physical therapy.  Dr. Mesko is a very upbeat person.  His scheduler when I had my hip done let me know to call if I had any questions and made sure I would get the information.  They are in the professional arts building behind the McClaren Orthopedic Hospital.  They are very easy to find.  He is a just very nice person and really listens to what you have to say.
    - Jane N.
  • When I went in I was very nervous because the referring doctor thought I may need surgery and I am a widow and didn't know who could help me at home after surgery. Also I injured my leg by falling on ice at a friends house. She was fine with having her insurance cover any problem. On Dr. Mesko's form I answered the question that pertained to this that I would be pursuing friends insurance.
    When Dr. Mesko told me I didn't need surgery and that if my uninjured knee were exrayed it would probably look the same. I was so surprised and replied I don't? He then replied very patronisingly that he could do one if I really wanted one. This did not sit well with me. I was still adjusting to the loss of my husband and really didn't need his attitude because I was nervous and surprised by what he said. Whether or not my good knee would look the same as my injured knee in an exray my good knee doesn't hurt. I still sometimes have problems with the knee I hurt but I can live with it.

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    - Sharon N.
  • Since all the surgeries were so successful,  I think that it behooves anyone with an orthopedic ailment to get the problem remedied as soon as possible.  I have seen too many people, whose doctor has told them to hold off surgery until they absolutely have to, suffer for months and years with something that could have been corrected with surgery.  Those people that wait usually are the ones that have the toughest recoveries and are quick to blame it on the surgeon.  
    - Patricia S.
  • They have diagnostic imaging ex-ray machines, indoor pool, psychiactic evaluations, pharmacy, and a lot of doctors. They have a lot of excellent full services there. I like their willingness to take into your pain level. They are also very motivated. They gave me exercises to try and they change them up every time I go back to them.
    - Dean N.
  • I feel that they are concerned about the patient. They make the surgery dates in front of you instead of over the phone. All the doctors have registered nurses as assistants. The nurses actually attend surgeries, which is nice. They are pretty quick at getting your surgery scheduled and done.
    - scott l.
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    - Patricia C.
  • Great. Dr. Kelly Coffeey performed the replacement and has since left. Their nursing staff is incredible Getting in to see a doctor generally 2-4 weeks.
    - Richard M.
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    - Sharon W.
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