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Orthopedic reviews in Columbia

  • A
    I saw Dr. Farmer on my first visit who order an MRI that revealed the MPFL tear and patellar dislocation. He referred me to Dr. Pat Smith for surgical intervention and I had a primary MPFL repair performed. Both physicians and their staff were very professional, punctual, and courteous. They communicated with me very well and I was clear on everything that was going on and the plan for my surgery. Surgery was done well and follow-up was consistent and professional. I was referred for physical therapy to Peak Performance and had a nice experience there over a year or so during rehab. Overall, I had a great experience with no complaints about COG. Would go back in the future without hesitation.
    - Shawn B.
  • D
    I don't think he took me seriously...for whatever reason. I was very disappointed. i left there in as much pain as i entered. and with nothing to show for it except a and quot;prescriptionand quot; for a home traction kit. He never even examined my neck. I was in and out of there in under an hour including x-rays.
    - mike d.
  • B
    This office is less personal than most as the check in procedure is facilitated via pre-completed documents and then you are given an electronic device that tells you when it is your turn to go in. After being summoned, we go into the room and are given the standard basic question exam by the nurse and then told to wait for the doctor. Wait time was fairly usual for a large medical organization and when the physician arrived he was friendly and seemed genuinely concerned. He asked good probing questions and made his recommendations based on our answers. We ultimately had additional tests completed a week later and determined a course of corrective action based on those results. Overall the visit was better than average.
    - Larry F.
  • A
    I saw a Dr with the University Health system. He wanted to do surgery right away. I saw Dr Mark Adams with Columbia Orthopaedic Group as a second oppinion, and although he could have taken more time to explain the details of my injury and his conclusion (chondromalacia), I am very satisfied. After an exam, x-rays and MRI, Dr Adams offered me the suggestion that I should try physical therapy first, and keep surgery as a last resort. After a few visits to physical therapy, my pain went away. I am thankful that he suggested this and was able to remedy my problem without surgery.
    - Jeremy B.
  • A
    My last surgery was a shoulder surgery. Dr. Tarbox and Dan were up front that this would be more painful. He was right but he worked with me and controled it. Then pushed me in rehab and I am 100 percent!!
    - Laurie P.
  • F
    I was supposed to have arthroscopy and be back at work the next day. After surgery he told me he did a different surgery than the one we discussed and I had researched. He was too busy at my follow-up appointment the following week to tell me how my recovery would be affected. I couldn't drive for over two weeks; I could only work two hours a day before getting back on the couch because I was exhausted from dragging around a leg that didn't work. Three months later, weeks of physical therapy, missed a lot of work, $10,000 to fix an issue so I could exercise, and he tells me I won't EVER be going back to exercise class. Always get a second opinion, especially on an elective surgery.
    - Susan M.
  • F
    I can���t believe that Dr. Concannon said he was 99% sure that I did not have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome when all my symptoms clearly pointed to this. He actually talked to me like I was an idiot. Even more so, after my appointment with him he sent a letter to my employer stating that I may have early signs of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome however I refused any testing to prove one way or the other. This ultimately cost me my job. The HR Department told me a big reason why I was being terminated was because I refused Dr. Concannon���s medical advice, which I did not. He cost me my job and not only that, but sent me back to the same thing that started my Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in the first place and in doing so made it worse. I feel like he totally disregarded his oath to not harm a patient.
    - Kyle P.
  • B
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    - Angie W.
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    - Linda T.
  • A
    Okay, though shoulder is still painful at times. Will go back for re-evaluation and further treatment as necessary. Possible shoulder replacement.
    - Leilani L.
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