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Orthopedic reviews in Chesterfield

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    People say their doctor is the best. Dr. Whiteside IS. He is highly regarded in his profession. He is not friendly, chatty or outgoing but he is really good at what he does. I would not have this surgery with any other doctor. This has been repeated to me by other patients of his who are friends and I have referred many of them. They all gave glowing reports that they would go back and never go to another orthopedic surgeon.
    I had a partial knee replacement in 2005 and July of 2013 (on separate knees) that Dr. Whiteside performed. I am recovery quickly and felt that I was in more than capable hands.
    - Shelly N.
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    Very knowledgable and willing to take the time to explain the cause of the pain. We appreciated the honesty. He was willing to say, and quot;What I have you don't want.and quot; Dr. Taylor is an orthopedic surgeon. He could have strung my husband along right into the operating room. Dr Taylor and his staff were very knowledgeable, helpful and honest.
    - Jeanne S.
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    Three to four times in the last year, I have suffered immediate, incapacitating, on-the-floor-don't-touch-me back pain. Each time was
    worse. I noticed some similarities; usually the pain began with bending over or crouching, plus turning to the side to reach for something. (Aw shucks, no more weeding.)
    My doctor was unavailable each time, so I saw his partners. Prednisone helped. A sorry excuse for physical therapy (some new-agey, "I'll put my hands here and feel your energy and make it all better") did nothing but eat up 90% of my insurance allotment for the year and most of my $1000 deductible. I called a PT I know from way back, and he recommended Dr. Anthony Margherita.
    I'm a no-nonsense, analytical type of woman with a medical background. I kept that to myself, made an appointment, and arrived in a lot of pain. Sitting was the hardest, even at home, and it was a half hour trip. The staff is not your friendly variety, but okay. In four visits, I don't think I've ever seen a smile from more than one of them. But hey, they are not rude or obnoxious, not hiding behind a closed window, and not why I was there.
    In comes Dr. M. He asked questions. He listened. Let me repeat that. He LISTENED. Because of my background, I could see the wheels in his head turning and knew which way he was going, and I appreciated his analytical ability. He wanted some x-rays and asked if I had time to drive about half a mile away and get them--right then--and then return to the office. What a delightful surprise--fast action! No "return in a week and give us another copay" delay. I went, had the x-rays, and returned for a meeting with him. Based on those and my history, he wanted a test done at the hospital involving a radio isotope (I think) injection and a 360-degree scan of my lower spine. He had very specific instructions about setting up my next appointment after that. And before I left, based on one maneuver I could not do unless he stabilized me, I could see the light bulb go on behind his eyes. He left the room, came back with a non-elastic sacro iliac belt with a pulley system--I kid you not. He put it on me. He asked me to repeat the maneuver I couldn't do a minute before. Suddenly, I was pain free. I could bend over. Not "normal" over, but more flexibility than my back had experienced in weeks. Sitting was still difficult, but I was mobile again.
    I gave Dr. M. an A in bedside manner because his no nonsense approach is a million more times important to me than a pat on the hand, "there, there now" manner.
    The experience hit a road bump in getting the test scheduled at the hospital. The staff doesn't generally answer the phone at Dr. M's office, so I had to leave messages. It took ten days to straighten out and get scheduled, and frankly, I knew he'd planned to have me back long before then. This contact with his office is not the exception. I have had to place other calls to them, and left other messages. They don't call back. I never knew whether they were working on my query. Would I change doctors because of this? Heck no! Not in this case. The man is a genius. He cares. He solves problems. Anyway, the test showed exactly where the problem lay, the exact joint in my back. It also explained why the pain followed a twisting motion, and suddenly I realized that each time I'd felt better and returned to my normal exercise routine, exactly which exercises I'd been doing to remain limber and strong, actually exacerbated the problem. Yay me. I learned what never to do again--and, really, that was very valuable information.
    Dr. M. recommended a PT, and I went with his recommendation because he'd impressed me and was on track. He sent me to Advanced Training and Rehab, to a specific therapist. Again, he was on-target. This was no overnight success, but involved a lot of modalities, gentle spinal manipulation (not your chiropractic crunch), and a lot of strengthening exercise on my part. I'm not 100% yet, but I'm close. And thanks to Dr. M, I'm armed with information to carry me forward.

    - GINNY S.
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    I like them. There are different doctors there. The guy that does the knees, hips and arms happens to be a friend of mine and I like him a lot. The foot guy is a little more businesslike and a little more direct. He is very good but he doesn't chit-chat that much.
    - Richard L.
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    Everything went great with them. Overall it went great. The doctor explains everything. He does exactly what he says. His results are as good or better than you expected. We have already recommended him to friends. It's nothing great or nothing bad, but what you would rather expect. I would use their services again in the future.
    - LISA S.
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    They have several offices in the area. I use the one in Chesterfield. My entire family has been to them for one thing or another. My husband has been there for his back. My son had a shoulder problem. They are just a great group of doctors. The staff is very friendly and very knowledgeable. I will continue to use them in the future.
    - Lora W.
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    Fantastic office staff: courteous, responsive to calls, organized my surgery beautifully. Dr. Rouse himself is communicative, personable, and highly skilled. All aspects of the experience with him were exemplary, without complications, and I have recommended him to my own patients and friends.
    - Denise Troy C.
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    He was highly recommended by my husband's primary care physician. He is wonderfully thorough. He takes time with his patients to make sure they understand what is happening. He has his patients come back for follow up appointments.
    - DIANE G.
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    He took good care of me. November of 2007 I tripped coming out of the elevator. They told me at first that I just sprang my ankel. I went to physical therapy but I still had a lot of pain. I got an MRI and they figured out I had some fractures in my ankel. They referred me to him and he was great. He put me in a cast on my foot immediately. He tried all he could to get my ankel better. The cast was removed and one of the bones in my foot didn't really heal properly. He did all that he could to get me some help. He spoke to other doctors and specialist to try and figure out the best options for me. He wanted to make sure that the very best was done for me. He is a very compassionate and humble man. He sent me to a foot surgeon. He did all he could. The way he treated me from the beginning to the end was amazing. All the time he put in to me and my care was great.
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    Very compassionate, and has given me very good care. After taking pressure off that foot, it caused knee problems on the opposite leg, and he helped me with that. Answers all my questions and sees to me promptly when I am at his office. I was bounced around a little in the corporate mess, but since I've gotten to him I have received excellent treatment. I'm glad he's my doctor!
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