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Orthopedic reviews in Rochester Hills

  • F
    Rochester Knee & Sports Med
    I had torn ligaments in my knee.  I asked the Doctor whether or not I needed a knee brace to help me with crutches.  He said no.  I ended up on my couch for two weeks with my leg elevated as I would almost pass out from the pain.  I saw a second opinion from another doctor since surgery was recommended and the first question from the new Dr. was "where is your knee brace?".  Anyways thanks to Rochester Knee and Sports Medicine not giving me a knee brace, I ended up with a blood clot in my leg from not moving it enough after the injury.  I had to be on blood thinners for 10 months!  Terrible!
    - Lisa B.
  • A
    Rochester Knee & Sports Med
    The first appointment was sort of a marathon. I spoke to a nurse who ascertained that I needed an x-ray and another technician showed up in a while to take me to the x-ray room. Next a resident/intern came in and examined my knee followed later by one of the physicians in the practice who discussed the x-ray but not the treatment as he was not the doc I had made the appointment with. Finally Dr. Prince came in and apologized for the wait I'd had and examined my knee more expertly than the others and told me what could be seen on the x-rays and why I'd need to have an MRI. That was the only time I had long waits in the exam room so I'm assuming that it was out of the ordinary. Since then I've been seen expediently.
    - Delena A I.
  • D
    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.
  • A
    Declaire, Dr. Jeffrey H.
    The experience went well. They were really professional and had a good staff. They are just topnotch. He does like 800 a year. They don't work too many days a week though, maybe 2 or 3 days a week and they do about 10 a day.
    - Peter P.
  • A
    Rochester Knee & Sports Med
    NO better orthopedics around. Truly the best.
    - Tom P.
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